Laidback days meets sensational nights in Miami. Soak in the energy and buzz at the trendy nightlife of South Beach, the bustle of Calle Ocho and the highly caffeinated energy of Little Havana.
The city has the largest Latin American population outside of Latin America. The Latin American influences are everywhere, from the cuisine to the daily spoken language.
There are a few areas that locals consider as dangerous. Women digital nomads should avoid Liberty City (Northwest Miami), Overtown from 14th st to 20th st, Little Haiti and stretches of the Miami riverfront. Deserted areas below 5th street in South Beach should be avoided at night. In downtown, take caution near the Greyhound station.
There is a growing number of co-working spaces in Miami, so you'll have the opportunity to meet other entrepreneurs and startups.
There’s really no bad time of the year to visit Miami. The weather in Miami Beach is almost always consistent temperature wise; rarely leaving the 70’s and 80’s no matter the month.
Things start to heat up from January through April, and are the peak months for tourism so expect to pay higher fees for accommodation.
The entire state of Florida is located in a hurricane belt with tropical storms and hurricanes most likely to occur between June and late November. The potential for spending a lot of time indoors during your trip to Miami Beach during this months is significantly higher than it would be otherwise.