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Española Way

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Nicknamed "The Historic Spanish Village," the Old World and the New World collide beautifully here. Trees and bougainvillea are nestled between restaurants and shops. The development was started in the 1920s as an artists' colony. It took its inspiration from the villages of Spain and France. Boutiques and cigar shops do business alongside national chains such as Forever 21. Shops stay open late and so do the restaurants in case you get hungry. You're guaranteed warm weather year-round - this is Miami! (Submitted by Alexandra Vega)

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Beautiful colorful strip with a few hidden spots that you’ll have to find haha.