Romantic Itinerary

  • Mes del romance en Miami
  • 1 de febrero - 28 de febrero
Miami Romantic Itinerary
Miami Romantic Itinerary

Por: Kara Franker

Whether you’re looking to rekindle romance in a luxurious setting, or you’re hoping for an off-the-beaten path adventure in a natural environment, Miami has the best of both worlds. If you aren't in the mood for love before the following experiences, you will be afterwards.

Day One: Lavishly in Love with the Glitz and Glam

9 a.m. - Stroll Hand-in-Hand, in the Sand

The most romantic time of day to enjoy the sprawling white-sand beaches of Miami, is the morning. If you can wake up early enough for the sunrise, you won’t regret it. No crowds, soft breezes, breaking surf, the calls of seagulls — it all creates a sense of peace and well-being for the two of you to start your day.

12 p.m. - Champagne Brunch with Ocean Views

For the couple who is in love with the luxurious (and each other, of course) indulge in an al fresco cocktail brunch on the pool deck at The Ritz-Carlton, South Beach. Delectable food pairings, unlimited handcrafted cocktails and drop-dead gorgeous views of the Atlantic Ocean — what more could you ask for?

4 p.m. - Bike, Stop, Shop, Repeat

Prepárate para trabajar en ese brunch y hacer algunas compras al mismo tiempo. Súbete a algunos Bicicletas Citi en South Beach y visitar todas las fabulosas boutiques a lo largo de Collins Avenue y el Distrito comercial de Lincoln Road . Luego navega por los senderos de South Pointe Park para disfrutar de las vistas de Fisher Island y PortMiami .

8 p.m. - Italian Food is for Lovers

No hay nada como una buena botella de vino tinto y auténtica pasta italiana que reavivará el romance. Funcionó para Lady and the Tramp ¿no? Primer italiano en "SoFi" o Scarpetta en el famoso Fontainebleau el hotel es ambas opciones excelentes. O pruebe el restaurante menos conocido, pero igualmente delicioso estilo familiar llamado Macaluso's en Alton Road, cerca del barrio de Sunset Harbour. Il Gabbiano y Perricone's Marketplace son opciones deliciosas en Brickell, cerca de Downtown Miami .

11 p.m. - Let the Rhythm Move You

Miami is famous for it’s glamorous nightlife and trendy clubs. If the high-energy club scene isn’t for you, but you still want to groove, spice it up with salsa dancing at Yuca in the Art Deco District on Licoln Road. Or move to the beat of your own drum, just the two of you, with your toes in the sand and the starry night sky up above.

Day Two: Off-The-Beaten Path Romance for Nature Lovers

9 a.m. - Blueberry Pancakes and Mimosas in The Grove

Stroll down the tree-lined streets in Miami’s eclectic Coconut Grove neighborhood and stop into Greenstreet Café for breakfast. It’s nestled on a lushly landscaped corner next to local shops and boutiques. Sit outside at one of the umbrella covered tables, sip mimosas and nosh on fresh blueberry pancakes.

10:30 a.m. - Wander Through an Enchanted Tropical Garden

Opción 1: Pasee por 10 acres de jardines exuberantes y formales en Vizcaya , una mansión frente a la bahía en Coconut Grove llena de tesoros decorativos de Europa. Luego, almuerce en el Café Vizcaya.

Opcion 2: O tome la autopista principal hacia el sur, serpentee a través de sus copas de banianos y Poincianas reales, hasta que se encuentre en Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden en Coral Gables . Ofrece casi tres millas de senderos que serpentean entre raras plantas tropicales y flores de colores brillantes. Almuerce en el Glasshouse Café.

Option 3: Head further south and discover the 444-acre Deering Estate at Cutler, where you can embark on a romantic canoe tour, take a guided nature hike or enjoy a butterfly walk, hand-in-hand. Take a picnic lunch to enjoy together.

2:30 p.m. - Stop in for a Savory Treat at a Strawberry Farm

Family owned and operated for 50 years, Knaus Berry Farm in the Redlands offers pick-your-own strawberries. And the strawberry milkshakes are to-die-for. They also bake some of the best homemade cinnamon rolls you’ve ever tasted.

4:00 p.m. - Visit a Monument to Lost Love in Homestead

Down the street from Knaus Berry Farm, you’ll find Coral Castle. It was constructed between 1923 and 1951 by a tiny Latvian immigrant (he only weighed 100 pounds), who by himself, moved and sculpted more than 1,000 tons of coral rock. He built the coral “garden” as monument to his long lost fiancée.

8:00 p.m .: cena en el Waters Edge en Biscayne Bay

Head to a hidden jewel, Red Fish Grill, located inside Matheson Hammock Park. While it can be a little hard to find, look for the sign with a red fish and you’ll know you’re on the right track. Sit at beachfront tables in the sand, nosh on fresh seafood and toast to a fabulous, romantic getaway in Miami.

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