Non-Stop Action in Miami Beach.There’s never a dull moment in Miami. This week started off with parties and events right on the beach, celebrating Miami Beach’s centennial anniversary. Once one party is over, another begins. As the centennial celebration come to an end, Ultra Music Festival and Winter Music Conference take over. This weekend of non-stop partying attracts a lively crowd to Miami.
April is fast approaching, and with it comes Miami Sports Month. For the entirety of the month, the greater Miami area will play host to world class sporting events, as well as offer local seminars throughout the city. Along with the opening of the baseball season for the Miami Marlins, and the culmination of the Miami Heat’s season, Miami will host the Miami Beach World Cup of Polo. This event will draw competitors and spectators from across the world, to experience the beautiful game of polo be played on the white sand beaches of Miami Beach. You can catch an exciting polo match April 23rd-25th. Biscayne Bay will be the home of this year’s Swim Miami event. Swim Miami is ranked by the World Open Water Swimming Association as one of America’s Top 100 Open Water Swims. The swim will take place April 19th at the Miami Yacht Club.
Biscayne Bay offers locals and visitor many opportunities to enjoy the great outdoors. You can kayak, hike, picnic, or sight see at one of Miami’s wonderful parks. You can take guided tours, or explore on your own at Oleta River State Park and Matheson Hammocks Park.
One of the very few downfalls that you may encounter visiting Miami is the public transportation, or lack thereof. Here at Rent4Days Miami, we recommend staying close to the action, so you won’t waste any of your valuable time commuting.