These are a few Miami Attractions close to the Palacio Inn Motel
Located just 7 miles from the motel is Miami Beach, a city full of rich cultural history, trend-setting art centers, world-class cuisine, wine festivals, art exhibits, dinner theaters, sidewalk cafes, people-watching and, of course, the beach!. Prices starting as low as $35.00 per person, see more details on the booking page.
South Beach (SoBe)
SoBe is alive 24 hours a day, the relaxed atmosphere felt on the beach changes when the sun sets, early dinner on the multiple sidewalk and terrace restaurants give way to a frenzy of activity when the finest clubs open their doors, and it continues till the early morning hours.
South Beach has something to offer to every taste and preference, from museums, to historical buildings, from souvenir shops to fancy boutiques, SoBe is a must when visiting South Florida.
If you want to enjoy an evening, South Beach is the place to go, it will be an unforgettable experience. South Beach is a must, and the best part is that it is less than 6 miles from the Palacio Inn Airport Motel.
Home to the most famous clubs, bars and restaurants in Florida. South Beach is well worth spending time. Celebrities, socialites and common folks all mingle here, and the variety of visitors is incredible. Don’t miss South Beach, it is well worth it. Prices starting as low as $35.00 per person, see more details on the booking page.
A laid-back, waterfront community thrives right in the heart of downtown Miami’s ever-growing hustle and bustle. Facing Biscayne Bay, Coconut Grove offers visitors a totally different experience when compared to the rest of South Florida.
Known for its gallery walks and outdoor dining, it also plays host many outstanding events throughout the year such as the Columbus Day sailing regatta the Coconut Grove Arts Festival (the number one Art Festival in the nation), the King Mango Strut Parade, and the Commodore Block Party. Prices starting as low as $35.00 per person, see more details on the booking page.
Here Art-deco architecture acts as a backdrop to non-stop nightlife, art, culture, theater, fine dining and music.
Go cigar shopping in Little Havana,buy arts and crafts in Little Haiti and dine al fresco on one of the many Mid Town Cafes.
These are just a few of the reasons why a Miami vacation is always unforgettable. Prices starting as low as $35.00 per person, see more details on the booking page.
Miami Seaquarium / Key Biscayne
Key Biscayne is a tropical island paradise just six miles off the coast of Miami. This world-class resort community and premier vacation destination features outdoor recreational opportunities.
Miami Seaquarium is home for Lolita, the Killer Whale, and TV superstar Flipper, this sea world is located on 38 acres of land and offers great shows and entertainment for the whole family to enjoy including an exciting two hour program that lets you slip into a wet suit and enter the world famous Flipper Lagoon for an up-close encounter with dolphins.
Jungle Island and Gardens
Located in Downtown Miami. Set on a lush tropical island setting, this unique venue features world-famous parrot shows, an Everglades Habitat, a Serpentarium, a Jungle Theater, and open interactive aviaries. Parrots fly free, are hand fed, and pose for pictures with tourists.Originally known as Parrot Island, it has been open for more than 75 years, Parrot Jungle is now home for many animals including Orangutans, Leopards, Black Panthers, Lynx, Spotted Leopards, Cougars and Ligers, a very large hybrid mix of Tiger and Lion. – Adults $32.95 Child (3-9) 24.95
Biscayne National Park
Within sight of downtown Miami, yet worlds away, Biscayne National Park protects a rare combination of aquamarine waters, emerald islands, and fish-bejeweled coral reefs. Here too is evidence of 10,000 years of human history, from pirates and shipwrecks to pineapple farmers and presidents. Outdoors enthusiasts can boat, snorkel, camp, watch wildlife…or simply relax in a rocking chair gazing out over the bay.
Everglades Eco Adventure Tour
Experience an exhilarating ride through this natural wonderland. Airboat excursions will take you over the sea of grass and into the open Everglades. Observe alligators and other wildlife in a pristine setting. Everglades National Park is home to the Gator Boys of Animal Planet fame. Most episodes are filmed right there. $45.00 per person children under 2 years of age free.
Fairchild Botanical Garden
One of the world’s most unique botanical gardens. walk garden paths surrounded by the wonders and beauty of nature, talk to experts in horticulture, conservation and science, view impressive art, see butterflies and birds at every turn and take classes on everything from photography to grafting. Stroll through the state-of-the-art DiMare Science Village, covering more than 25,000 square feet and featuring five buildings including the The Clinton Family Conservatory’s Wings of the Tropics Exhibit, Glass House Café, Windows to the Tropics Conservatory, The Whitman Tropical Fruit Pavilion and the Kushlan Tropical Science Institute.
Museum of Discovery and Science
Two floors of fascinating interactive exhibits. See sharks and the largest living Atlantic coral reef in captivity, hang out with bats, be charmed by a 12-foot snake, plus pet alligators, turtles and iguanas. Test your pilot skills in nine cockpit simulators and learn about Florida’s amazing Everglades in the Living in the Everglades exhibit.
This is an aquatic facility unlike any other in the country. Located in the City of Coral Gables, the pool was created in 1923 from a coral rock quarry, where much of the original coral rock was used to border and further accentuate the pool. It also features two large historic lookout towers with a view to the City,two waterfalls and several cave-like grottoes.