Coral Gables

Coral Gables' planners and developers were influenced by the City Beautiful movement of the early 1900s. Coral Gables offers residents tree-shaded streets radiating from ornate plazas, grand entranceways and plenty of green space. Founded by George Merrick in 1921, it is home to some of Miami's most historic sites.

Many buildings and districts of Coral Gables are meticulously preserved as historic landmarks, offering a glimpse at Merrick's grand vision. The Coral Gables City Hall and Douglas Road Entrance are two reminders of Coral Gables' history, reflecting the predominant Mediterranean style that flavors the city.

Coral Gables is home to many fine restaurants and cafes, and is ideal for scenic walks and after-dinner strolls. It includes the campus of the University of Miami and Fairchild Tropical Garden, with 83-acres of tropical plants from around the world. Coral Gables is a perfect spot for relaxing and enjoyable entertainment right outside the city limits of Miami.

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