. https://www.travelweekly.com/Cruise-Travel/Vibrant-eclectic-Miami-perfect-cruise-add-on
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Miami's billing as cruise capital of the world was endangered 10 years ago by the rise of Port Everglades, but recently PortMiami has been adding passengers and ships at a steady rate.MSC Cruises, Disney Cruises and Virgin Voyages all have plans to build terminals and raise their profiles there. Royal Caribbean International just put the biggest cruise ship in the world, the Symphony of the Seas, in Miami and is poised to begin three- and four-day cruises from Miami on bigger ships than in the past.All of which begs the question of just what there is to see and do in Miami before or after a cruise.Not that long ago, Miami's tourist appeal was epitomized by Hialeah Park racetrack, Coconut Grove and the Fontaine-bleau Miami Beach.However, more than a half-dozen new districts have been added to the mix around Miami, including South Beach, Wynwood, MiMo, the Design District, Midtown and Brickell Avenue. The Little Havana area, which once offered little beyond the Versailles Cuban restaurant, has suddenly blossomed. TOM STIEGHORST READ MORE