Miami is a uniquely American city that features superb weather all year round, beautiful beaches with crystal blue water, and access to two nearby national parks: Biscayne National Park and Everglades National Park. The metro area is made up of a dynamic and diverse group of several smaller communities like South Beach, Little Havana, Wynwood, Miami Beach, Coral Gables and Coconut Grove, that each has their own unique flavor and blend of people. The city earned the nickname "The Magic City" back in the 1920s, and there are a variety of reasons why it's never outgrown the moniker, as it would be difficult to find a metropolitan area with a more diverse population and plenty of amazing nightlife to go along with it. Whether you're looking to go clubbing, walk a night street fair, take in some Cuban music, or just go for a stroll on the beach with your family, Miami has something for you. By day, the city has plenty to do as well, with miles and miles of sandy beaches, the nearby Florida Keys to explore, unspoiled period architecture in the Art Deco District of Miami Beach, a myriad of theme parks, professional sporting events (including the Miami Dolphins and Miami Heat, among other organizations), and many more ways to spend your leisure time. And remember, Miami has never recorded a single-digit or triple-digit temperature, and it's only snowed there once in all of recorded history!
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