Miami on map
Miami on a map. Miami on map (Florida - USA) to print. Miami on map (Florida - USA) to download. Miami is Florida second largest city with a population of about 454,000 people (in 2017). About 92,000 people live in neighboring Miami Beach. Miami is the largest city within the Miami metropolitan area (Miami-Fort Lauderdale-West Palm Beach), the largest metro area in Southeastern USA with a population of 6.15 million people as you can see in Miami on map. The city is home to the University of Miami, the private research university in Coral Gables was established in 1925. Miami is best known for its tropical weather, its beaches, the Miami nightlife and it is one of the hottest spots in the gay and lesbian universe.
Spanish is the widely spoken language in Miami due to the largest ethnic groups is the white Hispanics and the white Caucasians as its mentioned in Miami on map. Currently, the city has adopted Spanish as a mother language replacing English. Most of the city everyday life activities are carried out in Spanish, from home to the banks, and all other commercial businesses are in Spanish. Information is also written and presented in Spanish. Although English remains official language of Miami, English speakers make up only 30% of the population while those who speak some other mother language like German, Swedish, French and Asians make up 2% of the whole population. Thus most people are forced to learn Spanish whether they are Latinos, Hispanic or not.
A tropical climate helps to make Miami one of America great winter resorts, and tourism is a major component of the city economy. The miles of shoreline are lined with glittering skyscraper hotels and are dotted with marinas, yacht clubs, and golf courses as its shown in Miami on map. The city is also a centre of international banking and finance, business services, manufacturing (including apparel, medical equipment, pharmaceuticals, printing, and metal products) and international commerce. The Port of Miami handles international shipping and is a world leader in cruise ship operations. Miami International Airport also handles international cargo going mostly to Latin America and the Caribbean and is a major travel hub. The city is served by a highway network that includes the Dixie Highway, Tamiami Trail, and Florida Turnpike.