Miami – Street Art & colorful Murals in the Wynwood Art District (USA)

Categories: Travel reports, North America, USA, Florida

After our week-long stay in the Bahamas we added a few more days of vacation in Florida, as these are two destinations that can be combined very well. From the absolute tranquility of Long Island in the Bahamas, we took a plane via Nassau to the vibrant Miami metropolitan area with its more than 5 million inhabitants and the Wynwood Art District.

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Our travel plans for Florida

We always create a very comprehensive Excel table for each of our holidays, in which we include all relevant information (routes, flights, times, hotels, car rental, activities). of the respective costs. So we always have a very good overview of what the trip costs in the end. Here’s a little excerpt from our road trip through Florida:

Date
Sunday, April 28, 2019
Monday, April 29, 2019
Tuesday, April 30, 2019
Wednesday, May 1, 2019
Thursday, May 2, 2019
Friday, May 3, 2019
Saturday, May 4, 2019
Track
Nassau (18:30) > Miami (19:25)
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.
Roadtrip Miami > Key West
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Key West (13:00) – NYC > London
> Frankfurt (10:00)
Place
Nassau (Bahamas) / Miami (USA)
Miami (USA)
Miami (USA)
Florida Keys (U.S.)
Key West (U.S.)
Key West (U.S.)
Frankfurt (Germany)

Our car rental for Florida

After landing in Miami after a short 45-minute flight from Nassau around 7.30pm, we first picked up our rental car from Alamo, which we had already booked online from home via billiger-mietwagen.de. The car rental companies can be found at Miami Airport in a separate building – the MIA Rental Car Center – with an attached car park. This is where you get here by using the MIA Mover from the airport.

We rented our rental car – a midsize SUV – in Miami and will drop it off in Key West as we fly home from there. For a little week the rental car cost us 230 EUR. We didn’t have to pay a one-way rent.

Car Rental, Miami, Florida, USA, TravelReport

Our car rental for Miami and Key West

Our hotel in Miami

Since we landed in Miami in the evening, we had decided to go to a hotel right next to the airport. Our choice has been made at the Regency Hotel, which is only about 10 minutes drive from the airport. Free parking is available in sufficient numbers directly in front of the hotel.

Our room was very spacious with two large beds, and there was also a balcony. Unfortunately, the aircraft noise was very strong and the windows were therefore not so well insulated. Unfortunately, the WiFi wasn’t the best either. The breakfast, which was included in the price, is a positive highlight. That was really ok for American standards. There were toasts, croissants, waffles, yoghurt, fruit and cold cuts.

Street art in the Wynwood Art District

When we were in Miami a few years ago, we visited the Wynwood Art District. Since we liked it so much at that time, we really wanted to come here again.

The Wynwood Art District is part of the Wynwood neighborhood, which includes several galleries, outdoor murals, and private art collections. At the heart of the Art District are the Wynwood Walls – former warehouses that are now real works of art. Here you will find various graffiti smands by world-renowned street art artists.

Here, lovers of street art get their money’s worth. And we really enjoyed it here, too. Admission is free of charge. So keep your eyes open and keep the camera ready: there are countless photo motifs to discover here!

Tip: Every second Saturday you can experience the Miami art scene from 6 p.m. during a so-called Art Walk. On these evenings, art galleries, studios and showrooms open their doors to the public.

Starbucks Global Icon City Mug of Miami

We are collecting the Starbucks Mugs from the cities and islands we visit on our travels. Unfortunately, not every city that has a Starbucks store with an own mug. But if the city has an own mug we like to collect them as a souvenir. We only collect city mugs from the "Global Icon Series", which was released in 2008. You can see our complete collection here: Starbucks - Our collection of Mugs from the Global Icon Series

Miami has several Starbucks stores and also its own cup 🙂

Miami, Starbucks Cup, Global Icon Series, City Mugs, Collection, USA, Travelreport

The Starbucks City Cup of Miami

All travelogues from Miami to Key West

After our one week stay in the Bahamas we spent a few days in Florida. This combination is ideal, because you can combine the two destinations very well. We spent 2 days in Miami and then drove with a rental car over Highway 1 (Overseas Highway) to Key West. Here you can find our travel reports:

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