Dubbed “The Magic City,” Miami is one of the most vibrant metro areas in the U.S., and it’s well on its way to becoming one of the largest international business hubs in the world. In Miami, each neighborhood reflects its diverse communities and adds to the character of the area and Miami-Dade County.
Miami proper draws working millennials with a multitude of trade and banking careers, while Miami Beach still has a party-hard atmosphere. Meanwhile, suburbs such as Key Biscayne, Coral Gables, and Doral are popular locations for raising families. Miami’s population is very accepting of nontraditional families, as well. With one of the most outspoken LGBT communities in the country, Miami plays host to some of the nation’s largest pride celebrations.
When they’re not partying, Miami residents can be found taking advantage of their coveted weather and spending time relaxing on the beach or enjoying nearby natural areas, including Biscayne National Park and the Everglades.