Love to shop? Get your plastic ready because Miami has plenty of places to splurge. In addition to dozens of malls and mega-malls, there are several major Miami shopping districts in South Beach and other areas of the city.
Miami Shopping Guide
Read on to learn where to shop in Miami on your next vacation.
For serious shopping in South Beach, head straight to Lincoln Road, an outdoor shopping area of unique boutiques that runs between Lenox and Washington Avenues. Here you can hunt for housewares, clothes, art, and other goodies—and take a break at one of its many sidewalk cafes.
Bal Harbour Shops
In north Miami Beach are the upscale boutiques at Bal Harbour Shops, where you’ll find big-name brands like Neiman Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue, Jimmy Choo, Tiffany & Co., and Fendi.
You’ll spot more luxury brands in the up-and-coming Design District, including Cartier, Christian Louboutin, Hermes, and Versace—as well as numerous art galleries and design studios.
In Coral Cables, the Miracle Mile (Douglas Road and 37th Avenue to LeJeune Road and 42nd Avenue) has a mixture of fashionable boutiques, spas, and eateries. Specialties include clothing, furniture and housewares, and specialty gifts.
Malls and Shopping Centers
Miami is home to a number of malls and shopping centers. Our favorites are Bayside Marketplace—for its wealth of dining and shopping options and its convenient location within walking distance of the cruise port—and Dolphin Mall, Miami’s largest. Another serene place to shop is The Falls, an open-air complex featuring more than 100 stores situated among waterfalls and lush foliage.
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