City Guide / Miami

Our Guide to the Best Neighborhoods in Miami

By Bri Hand | Sep 7, 2021
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If you’re thinking of moving to Miami, FL, Landing can help you find your footing across the area—starting with choosing the right neighborhood in Miami for you. 

Below are our guides to the best neighborhoods in Miami, including the best places to eat and drink, how to navigate public transportation, and where to get groceries. 

Coconut Grove

Favored by locals for its tropical beauty, walkable blocks, and laid-back lifestyle, Coconut Grove has the charming feel and intimacy of the suburbs—yet it’s packed with things to do and places to dine. As Miami’s oldest neighborhood, the bayside community offers an eclectic mix of old and new, from historic landmarks to chic boutiques and trendy restaurants to marinas where sailboats bob in the sparkling waters.

Your Guide to Coconut Grove 

Coral Gables 

Coral Gables is a charming city just outside of Miami that’s full of history and culture. Locals love Coral Gables’ vibrant beach vibe and easy living. 

Your Guide to Coral Gables

Downtown Miami

Downtown Miami is highly concentrated with the best this iconic city has to offer, such as amazing open-air shopping, arts and culture, stunning beach vibes, and incredible dining and nightlife.

Your Guide to Downtown Miami 

Little Havana

If you’re looking to immerse yourself in Miami’s Cuban and Hispanic culture, step into the vibrant neighborhood of Little Havana. Home to many Cuban exiles, as well as immigrants from Central and South America, locals love it for its rich history and its streets that are always alive with activity and music. Little Havana is also home to some of the best Cuban restaurants in Miami.

Your Guide to Little Havana 

South Beach 

Coveted by vacationers around the world, South Beach is a dream destination to live for most. It’s a place where every day can be a beach day, and there’s energy pulsing through the streets at all times of the day and night. 

Your Guide to South Beach

West Miami

What West Miami lacks in beachfront property, it makes up for in amazing food, culture, and chill Florida vibes. 

Your Guide to West Miami 


Small in size, but mighty in art, Wynwood is tightly packed with old warehouses and businesses now splashed with vibrant murals and eclectic art around every corner. While Wynwood draws locals and tourists with its world-renowned murals, the neighborhood is also teeming with culinary hotspots, funky galleries, fashion boutiques, craft breweries, and bars.  

Your Guide to Wynwood

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Bri Hand

Bri Hand is Landing's Content Marketing Manager. She currently lives in Salem, Massachusetts, with her partner and dog, Arlo, but relishes any opportunity she can to travel so she can try new foods, see gorgeous sights, and daydream about living somewhere new after visiting there for less than 24 hours.