The Best of South Florida in 1 Spot
Miami, Fort Lauderdale
|Miami is famous for some of the best shopping malls in the country. Many designers have stores here like Oscar De La Renta, Dior, Chanel and many more. Also, famous for one of the largest outlet shopping malls that is shaped like an alligator. Make sure you come here with a lot of money to spend because Miami is a shopper's paradise.|
|Bal Harbour Miami Shops
This shopping mall is for the people who want to be seen. Bal Habour Miami is famous for spotting celebrities. Located at the intersection of Collins Avenue and 96th Street in Miami Bal Harbour Shops offers over 100 stores featuring luxury retailers like Dior, Emilio Pucci, Oscar De La Renta, Ermenegildo Zegna, Paul & Shark and many others.
|Aventura Miami Mall
Aventura Shopping Mall in Miami has different shops like Nordstrom, Bloomingdale's, Macy's, Macy's Men Home Furniture, JCPenney and Sears, and offers Miami visitors a compelling selection of international and national retailers including Abercrombie & Fitch, Boss Hugo Boss, Coach, Diesel, Michal Negrin, Miss Sixty, Movado, Oilily, and Puma. Aventura Shopping Mall welcomes everybody so they can enjoy high-end shopping.
|Sawgrass Fort Lauderdale Mills Mall
Sawgrass Mills Shopping Mall a popular, alligator-shaped outlet shopping mall that you are bound to find what you're looking for among the more than 350 stores in Sawgrass Mills. Just make sure you have some good walking shoes.
|Dolphin Mall Miami
Dolphin Shopping Mall in Miami is the largest, most exciting shopping and entertainment destination in Miami. Dolphin Shopping Mall in Miami is a beautiful, state-of-the-art value center, brings you the finest Miami fashion, dining and family entertainment options in a beautiful and electrifying setting.
|The Falls Miami
The Falls in Miami is one of the largest open-air shopping, dining and entertainment complexes in the US This mall featuring Bloomingdale's, Macy's, over more than 95 stores, restaurants, cafés and Regal Cinemas. Stroll the one-level covered walkways surrounded by a million-gallon waterscape and lush tropical foliage.
Wednesday, May. 22nd