Bal Harbour is a villa located in the county of Miami-Dade and it is one of the most luxurious districts in Miami, it is also the Argentinians favorite place.

By MiamiDiario Newsroom

Bal Harbor is distinguished by its luxury hotels and shops, also features a excellent gastronomic display and a variety of cultural alternatives, these are part of the attractions for which people from different countries prefer it over other districts, especially Argentines, reported

La bal harbor trade representative, Ámbito Carmen Florio, explained that some of the reasons why Argentines prefer this town is because it is one of the shorter long distance destinations, It is eight hours away by flight, therefore there are many offers from the airlines to go to that place.

Other reasons are the weather, language and the wonderful beaches.

Florio highlighted, “What we Argentines love: variety, diversity. There is something for all tastes, you can do a lot with little.

The commercial representative of the city explained, "the season where there is the greatest concentration of Argentines is May to October, where the rates are between 30 and 40% less than in the rest of the year».

Among the hotels in Bal Harbor, one of the favorites by Argentines is the Sea View Hotel.

Florio said that Bal Harbor is a magical place, since you find everything you are looking for in the small community, from excellent and quiet beaches but also fantastic malls like the Bal Harbor Shops, where you can get brands like Versace, Armani, Jimmy Choo and Dolce & Gabbana.

Regarding the gastronomic offer, the megashopping which dates back to 1954 is still in the hands of the family that created it, at the moment it is being remodeled so that it has 50 more stores.

In the cultural field, Florio stated, "last year 10% of the Argentines who traveled to Miami visited the Perez Art Museum«, for this reason they were the foreign audience with the most presence on that site.

The Bal Harbor Museums Program offers guests of the St. Regis, Quarzo and Sea View hotels a free card to visit 18 museums and art galleries of the villa.

For Carmen Florio, Bal Harbor "grew because it has cultural, gastronomic and even opera proposals", which attracts anyone, it is not just buying and leaving but living a whole different experience in this community.

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