101 Fun Attractions in Miami

January 25, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Travel News
Miami, Florida was once considered the Sun and Fun Capital of the World. But some recent bad press has tarnished the City's reputation. A new report by Miami Beach 411 reveals 101 fun attractions in Miami for visitors planning a trip.

Tom Tancredo, a Colorado Congressman and Presidential Candidate, called Miami a 'Third World country'.

Was his statement an accurate portrayal of this fine City?

An in-depth report reveals 101 fun attractions in Miami.

The report reveals…

- The secret to having a great time in South Beach.

- The single most exciting experience in Miami (no-one's even talking about it).

- Tips for Spanish-speaking visitors

- 15 noteworthy local businesses

- Why 2007 will be the year for sharing.

If you disagree with Congressman Tancredo remarks, please link to the report:


Tour Guide Owl and his able assistant Gus Moore are an entertaining interview. They both give visitors information that's immediately useful for the superb "Miami Experience".

To arrange an interview, call Gus at (305) 754-2206 Ext 22.


MiamiBeach411.com is community website focused on news related to Miami, FL and nearby cities. This bilingual "content driven site" provides thousands of articles, forum posts, business profiles, user reviews, videos, photos, and links to other websites. The site is a one-stop shop for research and planning that meets a variety of needs.

Started in July of 2002, MiamiBeach411.com set out to provide people traveling to Miami with practical information and good resources for planning a vacation.

"We're trying to make it a fun local search experience", says Gus. "There are many directories and engines aimed at local search, but visitors are still left feeling frustrated.

"As a web shopper researching a destination, I want something aimed at me having fun. I don't want to be sent to uncaring advertisers. I also want help from local experts I can trust".

In 2006, MiamiBeach411.com was awarded "Best Virtual Tour of Miami" by Miami SunPost.