Miami (the most Instagrammable city in the USA): today, cultural spaces and parks where you can take the best photos

(By Belén Gandolfo Screpante) Discover with us the most Instagrammable spots in Greater Miami and Miami Beach! In a city as dazzling as this one, it's not surprising that both residents and tourists constantly share on social media the incomparable beauty offered by Greater Miami and Miami Beach. If you're a lover of perfect photographs and want to make the most of your visit, you can't miss these unique opportunities to capture unforgettable moments. We'll reveal, from Infonegocios Miami, which ones they are!

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Cultural Spaces

Caribbean Market

Head to the Little Haiti Cultural Complex in Little Haiti, and you'll find the Caribbean Marketplace: a 9,000 square-foot replica of the famous Iron Market of Port Au Prince here in Miami, featuring authentic Haitian crafts, food, and music. Take a photo in front of its bright yellow, green, and red exterior, and your followers might even think you hopped on a plane to the Caribbean. The Caribbean Marketplace hosts its famous Caribbean Market Day every Saturday.

Mache Ayiyen Building hosts Caribbean Market Day on Saturdays.

Máximo Gómez Park "Domino Park"

Máximo Gómez Park, or Domino Park as the locals call it, is an iconic park on the historic Calle Ocho in Little Havana. This popular gathering place is where locals go to have Cuban coffee, gossip about the latest political news, and, of course, engage in intense games of dominoes that attract spectators from all over. Take a selfie amidst the domino games in front of the huge mural by Dominican artist Oscar Thomas.