The most populous US city without a skyscraper, Hialeah is Florida's sixth largest settlement and home to some 200,000 residents. The so-called City of Progress, Hialeah is popular for its warm, sunny climate year round, and sits to the north west of Miami, in close travelling distance to the city.
The area is popular for water sports and outdoor enthusiasts, with its beaches and the coast within an accessible distance to the city. For those that enjoy a round of golf, Hialeah is packed with well-maintained, public golf courses in addition to a few more exclusive resorts for the more serious golfer. With excellent playing conditions throughout the year, Hialeah is a popular destination amongst golfing enthusiasts from Florida and elsewhere.
For families visiting Hialeah, the Historical Flight Foundation based at Miami Lakes is a living history museum focusing on the history and culture of aviation in the region, with exhibitions open to the public year round.