Categories: Neighborhoods, Tourist Spots
Split into three districts, Wynwood features fashion retailers, technology, and art, with more than 70 galleries, stores, bars, and street-art installations. Known as Little San Juan or El Barrio, this formerly industrialized zone is now a hip neighborhood. Abandoned warehouses and broken-down factories were converted into museums and innovative cafes, and the graffiti-filled alleys and Puerto Rican venues have been further developed. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Wynwood by using our Miami holiday planner.
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Ótimo lugar para se visitar, para conhecer Wynwood é necessário andar pelas ruas para encontrar grafites e artes de rua pintadas pelas suas paredes. As pinturas são incrivelmente bem feitas e o local ... read more »Great place to visit, to meet Wynwood is necessary to walk the streets to find graffiti and street art painted by its walls. The paintings are incredibly well made and safe place (saw enough policing). In the same district are presented good galleries, cafes and restaurants. All of them with a very casual style and alternate. In Wynwood is also the Wynwood Walls, a place with some of the leading artists focused on urban art, as the Brazilian Kobra, for example.show original
Un Barrio de Miami,lleno de Arte Moderno,obras de Artistas Locales,me gusto Mucho. Preferible visitarlo cuando no haya mucho sol.A Miami neighborhood, filled with modern art, works of local artists, I really liked. Preferable to visit when there is plenty of sunshine.show original
It's a unique place! You enter in a different part of town, younger, wilder, and most of all full of surprise !
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