For a vacation you’ll remember, visit Miami

When you think of beautiful beaches, a rich culture and great food , what place comes to mind? If you're like many people, you probably guessed Miami. There's a reason the city had an average of 12.6 million visitors in 2010, according to the Greater Miami Convention and Visitors Bureau: It's simply a great place to be.

If you've got an adventurous side, consider chartering a boat and going snorkeling or deep sea fishing out on the Atlantic, where the waters are filled with everything from largemouth bass to marlin.

For a more laid back experience, take advantage of lounging on the white-sand beaches of Miami Beach or Key Biscayne. Many resorts, such as the Fontainebleau and Ritz Carlton, offer private cabanas that allow visitors to kick back and relax in a private setting.

For a bit of culture, check out Little Havana. You'll be amazed at all the goods you can find in this tiny neighborhood. Hand-rolled cigars, fresh fruit markets, cafecitos and family-owned meat markets are just a few of the things that you'll stumble across exploring this section of Miami.

Of course, any foodie shouldn't miss out on dining at Versailles Restaurant, one of the world's most famous Cuban restaurants, which opened its doors to hungry residents and tourists in 1971. Be sure to munch on a pork, ham, mustard, Swiss cheese and pickles sandwich, also known as a medianoche.

For delectable Italian fare, visit Sardinia, a restaurant on Miami Beach that serves family-style dishes like homemade ravioli and pasta bolognese. Sushi fans can make a reservation at Nobu in the Shore Club and enjoy dishes like sashimi tacos and salmon kelp rolls.

Wherever you choose to stay or frequent, you can be sure that you're going to enjoy yourself in Miami. But, one thing that isn't so much fun is trying to hail a cab or navigate the city's public transportation.

For a much more delightful experience, make transportation reservations with Hermes Worldwide for a sedan limo service to make sure that you arrive to your hotel, vacation home or anywhere else you want to go safely and comfortably.

For a vacation you’ll remember, visit Miami