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  • Explore Miami’s Coral Gables, “The City Beautiful”

    Stroll through Coral Gables these days, and you will find families as well as young professionals aplenty. Back in the 1920s, founder George Merrick saw it as an opportunity to embrace architecture from around the world. Today, “City Beautiful” provides a gorgeous backdrop to businesses, a university, a one-of-a-kind Venetian Pool and more.

    Miracle Mile:

    Got some spending money and a free weekend afternoon? Venture on down to this mile-long stretch in Downtown Coral Gables. Tour the Coral Gables Museum, then read for a while in the famous independent bookstore Books & Books. Experience unforgettable evenings at the Sherlock-themed “The Great Escape Room” or the legendary Actors’ Playhouse. As for dinner, you’ll have plenty to choose from. Popular spots include Threefold Café and The Local Craft Food & Drink.

    Coral Way:

    Adjacent to a main road of the same name, this area incorporates the space between SW 42nd Avenue and Granada Boulevard. Sample some excellent Spanish food at Xixon Spanish Restaurant or El Carajo International Tapas & Wines. Nearby, you’ll find the historical Venetian Pool, possibly the most beautiful public pool you’ll ever see. Built into a coral rock quarry in 1923, it features grottos visitors can swim through and waterfalls in the background.

    University of Miami:

    If you’re a University of Miami student, your local hangout is Coral Gables. (During the day at least – at night you’ll probably head out to Miami Beach or Coconut Grove.) The university hosts events, lectures and cultural programs for residents. Visitors can also tour the Lowe Art Museum, which also has its own exciting event schedule.

    The Villages & Other Attractions:

    When creating Coral Gables, George Merrick hoped to pay tribute to international architecture with its own neighborhood. Many of those houses still stand, so you can sightsee as you drive through the city. You’ll pass through areas such as French Normandy Village, Chinese Village, and Italian Village. When you’re finished, have dinner at long-time favorite Eating House.

    Another major attraction in Coral Gables is the landmark Biltmore Hotel – full of glamour and local history. Spend a luxurious night away from home just for access to its famous pool.

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