The most Instagrammable places in Miami

Feast your eyes on the most Instagrammable places in Miami that make #WeLiveWhereYouVacation so very true for Miamians
Standard Spa, Miami Beach
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Looking to beef up your social feed? We found the most Instagrammable places in Miami—the spots locals would be proud to post. These are the colorful lifeguard towers that dot the best Miami beaches, the tropical fruit markets that line Little Havana, Miami’s glittering swimming pools and more 305 essentials that are sure to rack up the likes. Get those digits ready: Here’s where to find Miami at its most Instagrammable.

#POOLPICS

1 Hotel South Beach

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Psst: The 1 has four different pools, but you’ll want to go for the rooftop one with an oceanfront view. 

The Villa Casa Casuarina

Standard Spa, Miami Beach

 

#DRINKS

Cuban cafecito at La Carreta

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Cocktail at Casa Florida

 

#DESIGN

The Coppertone girl sign

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Psst: The poor Coppertone girl was partially decapitated by Hurricane Irma. Fortunately, she’s since been reunited with the upper third of her noggin. (7300 Biscayne Blvd)

Welcome to Miami Beach sign

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Psst: Make sure to have a passenger snap this, as there is no parking on the Julia Tuttle Causeway, and the stop-and-go traffic requires your attention. (Heading east on the Julia Tuttle Causeway, near Alton Rd)

Wynwood Walls

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Psst: The murals in this free outdoor gallery change each year during Art Basel. Be sure to snap 2017’s 12 new installations before they go away for good.

Colony Hotel

Psst: One of the oldest Art Deco hotels in South Beach, the Colony appears in Scarface and episodes of Dexter

Tower Theater

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Vizcaya’s spiral staircase

 

#ONLYINMIAMI

Bowling at Basement

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Calle Ocho rooster sculptures

Psst: Keep your eyes peeled for these colorful cocks, randomly situated every couple of blocks, when strolling down Calle Ocho. Though originally a flock of 80 in 2002, only a handful of these commissioned statues remain. (Calle Ocho at various locations)

Mana Wynwood’s rooftop poem

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Psst: This poem, written by student Nieema Marshall at Orchard Villa Elementary School, was painted on the roof of Mana Wynwood during the 2016 O, Miami Poetry Festival. Sadly, you’ll need a drone to capture it.

 

#SALTLIFE

The Barnacle Historic State Park

MacArthur Causeway 

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Miami Beach lifeguard tower

Obligatory beach view 

Palm trees in the breeze 

 

#EATS

Vicky’s House

Psst: The milkshake shop’s interior is an exact replica of owner Matt Kuscher’s childhood home. Thirsty? The washing machine is loaded with cans of PBR.

Fireman Derek’s Bakeshop & Cafe

Los Pinareños Frutería

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Psst: The market serves the best guarapo in town. Order one to drink while you snap the colorful produce. (1334 SW 8th St;305-285-1135)

The Salty Donut

Refuel while you shoot

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