The climate of Miami is Tropical Climate, with hot and humid summers and mild and dry winters. The city experiences cold fronts from November through March, which cause cool to cold temperatures that usually do not last more than 3-4 days.
A wide variety of languages are spoken in Miami. Precisely, Miami has the third largest Spanish-speaking population in the Western Hemisphere outside of Latin America, only behind New York and San José (California).
The main currency in Miami Florida is the US dollar.
Miami has important cultural attractions such as theaters, museums, parks and performing arts centers. The most recent addition is the Adrianne Arsht Center of the Performing Arts, inaugurated in October 2006 under the name of Carnival Center, it is the second largest arts center in the United States after Lincoln Center in New York and is the headquarters of the Great Florida Opera. World Travel Culture. For its part, the Miami City Ballet, the dance company of the state of Florida, usually performs its works at the Jackie Gleason Theater, among others, The Knight Concert Hall is the second hall of the Arsht Center with a capacity for 2,200 people, the center It also has the Carnival Studio theater and the Peacock Rehearsal Studio. Its total area of 53,000 m² attracts large-scale shows, ballets, concerts and musicals from around the world, and is the largest performing arts center in Florida.
There are also numerous museums in Miami, most of them in the center of the city. These include the Bass Museum, the Frost-FIU Museum, the Museum of the Cuban Diaspora, the Historical Museum of South Florida, the Jewish Museum of Florida, the Lowe Art Museum, the Miami Museum of Art, the The Children's Museum, the Miami Museum of Science, the Museum of Contemporary Art (MoCA), the Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, the Wolfsonian-FIU Museum, and the Miami Cultural Center, home of the Miami Public Library- given. Other popular cultural destinations in the area are Isla de la Selva, the Miami MetroZoo, the Miami Seaquarium, as well as parks and gardens in and around the city, accounting for around eighty parks in Miami. The most important parks are Bayfront Park and Parque Bicentenario. Also notable are the Fairchild Tropical Botanical Garden, Tropical Park, Watson Island, Morningside Park and Key Biscayne Island.