Miami is filled with beautiful landscapes and scenes that are perfect for the 'Gram. Orange sunsets, stunning beaches, and even Miami’s skyline are some of the city’s best features. There are some spots, however, that are able to give you a unique perspective of these sights, and we’ve gathered some of them on our list of the most Instagram-worthy backdrops in Miami.

Area 31 Restaurant & Bar

Located inside the Kimpton EPIC Hotel, Area 31 offers an unparalleled waterfront view of Downtown Miami. The best time to visit would probably be in the late afternoon when the sun starts to set and can you see the buildings and distant boats light up in what’s certainly a delightful – and romantic – time in one of the city’s most appealing restaurants.

The Rusty Pelican Restaurant in Miami

When it comes to the most Instagram-worthy backdrops in Miami, it’s hard to beat the Rusty Pelican. It’s perfectly located in Virginia Key, next to the Historic Virginia Key Beach Park, allowing customers an oceanfront setting with Downtown Miami’s skyline in the background. Their top-quality food is also really popular among locals and tourists.

Monty's Sunset on South Beach

Monty’s is a great place to kick back and relax near South Pointe. The restaurant enjoys a relaxed setting, delicious seafood, as well as live music and entertainment. Also, as the name suggests, it’s also an ideal hangout spot to unwind by the pool and take in the breeze and palm trees while enjoying another memorable sunset in South Beach.

Bayfront Park Miami

Bayfront Park is an ideal location to do some exercise thanks to its open spaces and wide variety of monuments and sculptures situated inside. But these aren’t the only visual features the park offers its visitors. They also love going there thanks to the spectacular view of Key Biscayne along the coast. It’s an awesome spot to just relax in the sand and watch the boats go by.

Bayside Marketplace

If you’re looking to snap cool pictures for the 'Gram with unique backdrops, look no further than the Bayside Marketplace. The outdoor shopping center features many shops and restaurants for tourists and locals to enjoy, as well as a wide variety of scenic views of Downtown Miami and the dazzling waters of the city.

Deering Estate

The Deering Estate has to be one of the most unique places in Miami. Formerly owned by famed businessman Charles Deering, the property is home to diverse ecosystems that draw in photographers and nature lovers looking for the perfect shot. The 444-acre estate has also become an important location for conservation and preservation efforts, as well as a cultural arts center featuring magnificent collections and arts programs in the Artist Village inside the residence.

We hope you enjoyed our list of the most Instagram-worthy backdrops in Miami! If you know any other excellent spots with cool landscapes popularly featured on social media, be sure to let us know by commenting below. And don’t forget to sign up at 305area, your free guide when it comes to things to do in Miami and all things Miami!

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