The Sunshine State
South Florida is a state known for its tourism, international business capabilities, and beaches. Often perceived as a vacation state, there is actually so much more to this state that makes it a popular location for business and pleasure.
Miami, specifically, is the city that draws tourists from near and far as it boasts tasteful cuisine, museums, bars, watersports, cruises, and more. The city also holds one of the best art deco nightclub districts. Miami also draws students from all over the country for its popular public and private universities. These include Florida International University, Keiser University, Miami International University of Art & Design, Nova Southeastern University, and the University of Miami, among many others.
Miami’s cuisine is as diverse as its population. Here you will find food heavily influenced by Caribbean and Latin American cuisine, inventing a new style of cooking called Floribbean cuisine. That aside, it is home to headquarters of classics like Benihana and Burger King. Museums like HistoryMiami, Institute of Contemporary Art, Pérez Art Museum, and Vizcaya Museum are some of the city’s most visited attractions.
Additionally, Miami is a flourishing agricultural region as well as a major corporate center. The city’s proximity to the Everglades National Park and the Biscayne National Park makes it a wonderful location to learn about and explore South Florida’s unique natural habitats.