When you walk the streets of Miami, Florida you are
as likely to hear Spanish as English. With historic ties to South
and Central America, and a large number of Cuban immigrants,
it's no surprise that this is a city where salsa abounds.
You won't have to look far to
find Cuban music, a Cuban Miami Latin bands or a Latin dance show. Salsa dancers will enjoy
this tropical city.
Miami is almost as far south
as it's possible to get in the US and it really has a warm and
humid Caribbean climate. Even in the coolest part of the year,
the temperature is a balmy 76F, while at the height of summer
it may get as hot as 90F.
Miami Salsa dancers be warned ñ the heat of the day will be
reflected on the dance floors of the city's many salsa clubs.
Whether you're looking for a Cuban
dance show, Latin music dancing or just some Miami Latin
bands, you'll find it here.
Miami means 'Big Water' and it's
no surprise that the city is one of the largest ports in the
US. Settled by the Tequesta Indians, Miami was claimed for Spain
in 1566. It was incorporated as a city just over three centuries
later, in 1866. Miami Samba! Brazilian theme Party Dancers
Today Miami is an important financial
center, which has ties to many Latin American businesses. It
is also a prime spot for tourism, with hundreds of thousands
flocking to South Beach and the surrounding area.
When they're not enjoying salsa
dancing and bands, there's plenty of Afro-Cuban
rumba tropical salsa rhythm to experience in Miami. There
are interesting attractions and tours during the day, as well
as year round entertainment events and great nightlife including
Latin dance show.
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