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With a unique blend of water sports, business, and a thriving Latin-American culture, Miami brings living to the next level

The City of Vitality and Color

Cubaocho Museum and Performing Arts Center

Unite local artists in an eclectic spot off the beaten path, to gather and flourish their creative talents. It is also home to one of the largest privately-owned Cuban art collections in the world.

Calle Ocho/Little Havana

Calle Ocho is the heart of Miami’s Little Havana neighborhood, where the scent of traditional café Cubano and fried plantains drift through the streets.

Other Popular Things to Do

  • Vizcaya Museum and Gardens: This breathtaking 1916 villa, nestled amongst lavish gardens, houses artwork from the Italian Renaissance.
  • Perez Art Museum Miami: Explore modern, contemporary, and international art with exhibitions spotlighting the cultural community of Miami.
  • Wynwood Art Walk: Tour the exhilarating galleries and booming local street art.
  • Speedboat Sightseeing Tour Miami: Cruise the Miami coastline and view Fisher Island celebrity homes, and other exciting sites during this 45-minute ride.
  • Art Deco District: Take in the unique mansions, owned by the world’s elite.

FIU Has the Right Degree for You

FIU offers many exciting undergraduate degrees, from science to business to history. So if you’re ready to study what you love, we’re ready to help you start your exciting career at FIU.