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Lincoln Road, Miami Beach

Categories: Historic Walking Areas, Shopping Malls, Shopping, Tourist Spots
Inspirock Rating:
4.3/5 based on 10,000+ reviews on the web
Stretching for eight blocks, pedestrian-friendly Lincoln Road is the city's tourist center, packed with popular shops, bars, and restaurants. Always closed to motorized traffic, the strip provides you with a chance to explore a long stretch of trendy eateries and upscale stores on foot or by bicycle. Originally a mangrove forest, the area became the city's social center soon after 1912, when wealthy entrepreneur Carl Fisher cleared and developed it. Today, the pedestrianized area features state-of-the-art movie theaters, art galleries, and over 200 designer boutiques. Street performers entertain a constant stream of tourists exploring the swanky neighborhood. The beach is at the end of the strip, so don't forget your bathing suit. Our Miami Beach vacation trip planner makes visiting Lincoln Road and other Miami Beach attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • It is a place rescued Miami history and become a centre of attraction for those who want to enjoy a good variety of choices of cuisine and the typical shops of Miami, in a safe and relaxed atmosphere.
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  • This place was absolutely crazy. People everywhere. Was one of those places you go once and that is it. If you are a big shopper this is the place for you. 
  • I didn't think Lincoln Rd was anything particularly special. There are a decent number of shops, mostly souvenirs and tacky fashion, although there are a few decent brands. And I personally enjoyed wa...  read more »
  • An overall fantastic place in Miami to shop, dine, and be entertained by the plethora of options in all sectors of fulfilling activities! Lincoln Rd. is lively anytime of the day, meaning there is always something to do or view. In addition to being close to the renowned shores of Miami, It's a must-see!
  • Nice shops and good places to eat, definitely a place to just enjoy a little walk outside or people watch. We were traveling through and it was a little difficult to find a place to park but then again. . . We weren't familiar with the area and there was a little construction going on.
  • You can't go wrong visiting this mall, great and unique shopping experience and a wide variety of restaurants and a fun ambiance.
  • Very entertaining walk to stroll. Many historic buildings have been re-purposed. Very photogenic place. Lots of restaurants. Street entertainers are not uncommon, as the occassional street dwellers. For the most part very safe, as long as you "roll" in "low profile".
  • Really nice outdoor mall. Watch out for the restaurant people though. They're always trying to get you in there for happy hour or whatever.eye contact is suicide. Haahaha.
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