Every March, the professional tennis world heads to sunny Miami for the Sony Open, one of America’s most prestigious and enjoyable tournaments. Set in the paradise of Southern Florida, attending the Sony Open can be just one part of an incredible spring trip to Miami!
In addition to watching the likes of Serena Williams and Rafael Nadal battle it out on the tennis courts, one can take in some of the wonders that has drawn so many visitors to this beautiful city! The first step into making this trip a great one is to get planning started with a complete Sony Open package from Championship Tennis Tours! Such a deal includes hotel accommodations and tickets to whichever round of the tournament you wish to attend. With that monumental task accomplished, you can now figure out which other activities you would like to do in Miami.
Some of the more popular tourist attractions in this city include sunbathing at the world-renowned South Beach. The area is a delight during any time of the day. Great shopping and beach activities encompass the day, while fine restaurants and vibrant nightclubs make South Beach the ideal place to party!
But Miami also has a plethora of other attractions. Little Havana displays the local heritage of the large Cuban population in Miami and gives visitors a taste of this Caribbean nation through authentic décor and cuisine. Other popular activities in Miami include deep-sea fishing adventures, extended stays at resorts in the Florida Keys, taking a trip to the Miami Zoo, or catching a Miami Heat basketball game and a chance to watch LeBron James.
Regardless of how you plan your upcoming trip to Miami, this city is stocked full of wonderful things to do. Championship Tennis Tours can help you get tickets to the Sony Open and provide you with a 5-star hotel to stay, and the rest is up to you!
Here’s how the tennis stars enjoy beautiful Miami during the Sony Open:
Victoria Azarenka heads to an event at JW Marriot (one of the Sony Open Hotels):
Novak catches a Miami Heat game:
Agnieszka Radwanska in her Miami hometown recommends local restaurants to check out while attending at the Sony Open:
Jo-Wilfred Tsonga visits the Jo au Miami Seaquarium. It is a must to swim with Dolphins!
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