Downtown Miami: Locally known as Downtown, the area is a cultural, financial, and commercial center of South Florida, and is home to many major museums, parks, education centers, banks, company headquarters, courthouses, government offices, theaters, shops and many of the oldest buildings in the city. Popular points of interest include Bicentennial Park, Miami Art Museum, Miami City Ballet, Miami Wind Symphony, American Airlines Arena, Bayfront Park, the Historic District, Flagler Street for shopping, and Brickell Avenue for some of the city’s most luxurious hotels and resorts. Downtown is also host to the yearly Ultra Music Festival in March, with over 160,000 people attending.

Midtown Miami: Midtown is the collective term for the Wynwood and Edgewater neighborhoods of Miami, north of Downtown and south of the Miami Design District. Midtown has grown quickly and is home to Shops at Midtown, an outdoor shopping area designed to mimic New York's SOHO neighborhood, and home to many national and local stores and restaurants including Target, Guess, HomeGoods, Marshalls, SugarCane, Mercadito, Sustain, Cheese Course, Buro Miami, Ring Finger Studio, and an abundance of upscale apartments. Midtown has also become home to Art Miami art fair, which takes place during Miami's Art Basel week.

Miami Beach: Miami Beach is a coastal resort city in Miami and is located on a series of natural and man-made barrier islands between the Atlantic Ocean and Biscayne Bay. Miami Beach consists of 3 major sections, North Beach (Carpaccio Bal Harbour, Surfside Beach, Biscayne Point), Mid Beach (Bayshore, restaurants), and South Beach (Delano South Beach, Clevelander Hotel, Pearl Restaurant, STK Miami). Miami Beach is also host to the annual Miami Beach Festival of the Arts since 1974.

Coconut Grove: Coconut Grove is the oldest modern continuously-inhabited neighborhood of Miami. Popular points of interest include Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, the Barnacle Historic State Park, Coconut Grove Playhouse, Miami Science Museum, Mutiny Club, Miami City Hall, CocoWalk, Dinner Key marina, and several restaurants, shopping, and popular nightclubs and bars. Coconut Grove is also host the Coconut Grove Arts Festival, Gommbay Festival, and Great Taste of the Grove Food & Wine Festival.

Miami Springs: Miami Springs is a suburban city of Miami, next to Miami International Airport, the primary airport for South Florida and the 10th busiest in the US. Surrounding the airport are shopping, restaurants, movie theaters, hotels, nightclubs and bars serving both residents and visitors, including Bryson’s Pub, Tom’s NFL Sports Bar, Catch of the Day, Crone Plaza, Regency Hotel, and the Melreese Golf Course.