Photograph Your Way Through Miami: The Most Picturesque Hot Spots

Miami, Florida is a great destination to travel year-round, not only due to the amazing warm weather, but because of the vibrant colors, beautiful beaches, and exciting architecture that ranks the city to be one of the most pleasing vacation-destinations in America. Additionally, the city offers plenty of luxurious locations that allows you to explore your artistic side and capture photos that will impress your social media following. Rubinsohn Travel put together a list of the most picturesque hot spots in the Magic City. Allow Rubinsohn Travel to book your next getaway – your followers will love it.

Espanola Way

Two-blocks of Europe-inspired architecture and atmosphere, Espanola Way is packed with boutiques, cafes, cigar shops, and more. The isles are dominated by pink walls with shaded striped green and white awnings, and of course, plenty of palm trees to complete the intimate feel. The pink buildings combined with the blue, Miami sky, creates a view perfect for selfies. Dine at a Spanish, French, or Italian restaurant amongst magnificent Mediterranean architecture for the perfect backdrop as you indulge in your favorite eats.

Art Deco Historic District

Miami Beach’s Art Deco Historic District is filled with over 800 Art Deco buildings within one square mile. The district is complete with pastel-colored buildings, unique decor elements including curved metal rails, and flags from popular ocean liners. The Beacon and Colony Hotels decorate the streets with giant signs and neon accents. Across the street at Lummus Park, you can experience the skyline of Art Deco as a whole. During the day, experience the variety of museums and stores that look as if they are right out of a magazine. When the sun goes down, the park is filled with colorful lights beaming from building to building. The Art Deco Historic District is a fun place to visit, and to take photos for your next Instagram slideshow.

Villa Vizcaya

Villa Vizcaya is an entire estate, filled with pools, statues, fountains, gardens and a magnificent waterfront. Although there are no photos allowed inside the elaborate mansion, every spot outside is equally pleasing to photograph. Whether it is by a pool, in the garden, or with the mansion in the background, the picture will be as stunning as in person. This Italian estate is filled with elegance, history, and incredible landscape.

The Villa at Casa Casuarina

More known for the designer that used to reside there – Gianni Versace, the Villa at Casa Casuarina is meant to be explored in detail, as even the outside fence has Versace’s logo engraved. Each visible statue, pillar, and piece of artwork has an interesting history behind it. As a room guest at the villa, you gain access to the iconic Thousand Mosaic Pool, which contains 24k gold tiles and alluring designs. The pool is lit up at night, so it is a wonderful place to take pictures in day or night light.

Stiltsville

Some would call Stiltsville to be Miami’s best-kept secret. Stiltsville features a cluster of wood-framed houses on the water, painted with yellow and pink pastel colors. Stiltsville has a colorful history that dates back to the 1930s, when “Crawfish Eddie Walker” built the first shack on stilts above the water. No matter the weather, time of day, the view combined with the crystal, blue water, make for an amazing photo opportunity.

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