An itinerary that will let you discover Miami, a sparkling city full of life and an exquisitely tropical climate! The purely naturalistic aspect of this thriving state will not be overlooked … In fact, we will go to visit the beautiful and virgin Everglades park, where you can admire the flora and fauna typical of this climate zone. What are you still waiting for? Contact us to find out more about this fantastic accessible trip to Florida! We know you won’t be disappointed!
Departure from Milan Malpensa or Rome Fiumicino with direct flight to Miami. Upon arrival private transfer by car to the Hotel Doubletree Resort And Spa By Hilton Ocean Point in a Standard Partial Ocean View - Accessible room. Overnight.
In the morning, a four-hour private tour of the city of Miami with an Italian-speaking guide. The tour will take you to the heart of the Art Deco district. The pastel-colored buildings of the American Riviera will take you back in time for a dip in the atmosphere of the 1920s and 1930s, the golden age of Miami Beach. We will admire Biscayne Bay with the characteristic exclusive artificial islands dotted with luxury buildings on the seafront. We will cross the 'causeway' towards the city center for a short visit to Brickell Avenue, the gateway to economic and commercial exchanges with Latin America. The next stop will take us to Coconut Grove, surrounded by greenery and the retreat for the rich and famous: Madonna, Stallone and many others have chosen this peaceful side of the Miami waterfront as their residence. Next stop: the "City Beautiful”, better known as Coral Gables, inspired by a Mediterranean city with houses built using coral stones extracted from a local quarry, now home to the picturesque Venetian Pool site, completed in 1924 and part of the National Register of Historical sites. Last stop, but not least, in Little Havana which, as the name suggests, is a totally South American neighborhood. We will have the feeling of visiting a Latin American country without having to show the passport. Afternoon and evening free time at disposal for individual activities. Overnight.
In the morning collective visit in Italian by bus (without platform) to the Everglades Park, lasting about 4 hours. The Everglades are a practically "virgin" ecosystem, where the roots of the huge mangrove trees extend over the water, the sun shines with great intensity and the swampy vegetation grows luxuriantly. It's like being in a film with mysterious, magical and mystical atmospheres. In short, they are beautiful and you will have the opportunity to discover a lush natural landscape that survives the risk of extinction. The tour includes a boat ride and an educational show with live alligators. Afternoon and evening free time at disposal for individual activities. Overnight.
Day dedicated to the collective tour by bus (without platform) with Italian-speaking guide to the Key Islands, one of the most famous attractions in Florida. Crossing 42 bridges you pass 32 islands until you reach the southernmost point of the United States. The relaxed lifestyle, the charm of the south and the flavor of the Caribbean are offered to visitors. Since its founding in 1822, Key West has been a favorite destination for pirates, poets and political experts such as Ernest Hemingway, Tennessee Williams and several presidents of the United States. The main islands are Key Largo, Islamorada, Marathon, Big Pine and finally Key West, from where it seems almost possible to touch Cuba. Return to the hotel in Miami in the evening. Overnight.
Free day available for individual activities. Overnight.
Free day available for individual activities until private transfer by car to the airport in time for boarding the return flight to Italy. Meals and overnight on board.
Arrival in Italy.
Tariff per person, starting from:
|From 1 January 2020 to 31 December 2020||€ 2,016|
Exchange rate: 1 EUR – US $ 1.10
Changes in exchange rates with fluctuations greater than 3% will lead to an adjustment in costs and will be communicated within 20 days of departure
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