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Explore MiamiClinging to Florida's south eastern tip, Miami stands unique. Its subtle Cuban influence can be felt in the art deco architecture, cafes and cigar shops that line Calle Ocho. Visit the barrier islands, enjoy the nightlife and explore your inner Hemingway.
The ultimate boat show. An epic event.
Miami's favourite boat show has moved to a new island home - Miami Marine Stadium Park & Basin. With over 1300 boat on land and in the water, with over 550 slips, a deep water basin to accommodate large boats, and multiple exhibit spaces, this is truly an iconic Miami event.
Polo World Cup
Enjoy a Great Gatsby day at the beach
The stylish sport of polo takes center stage in Miami Beach, as players from all over the globe compete for the Miami Beach Polo World Cup. The posh event attracts 10,000 to 15,000 spectators, looking for a blend of sport,celebrity hunting, fashion, cuisine and cocktails.
Explore St. MoritzSt Moritz lies on the southern slopes of the Albula Alps overlooking the Lej da San Murezzan, a shimmering aquamarine expanse of water. Host of two winter Olympics hints at the reason this is the true home of Alpine tourism. Thrilling, breathtaking and enriching for the seasoned traveller, St Moritz is the classic destination for the winter season.
The world's only high goal tournament on snow.
Cradled in a gorgeous natural setting, the Snow Polo World Cup St. Moritz exudes a unique atmosphere on and alongside the playing field. An exquisite gourmet food selection as well as a number of social events in St. Moritz’s first-class hotels await tournament visitors and VIPS.
Racing est. 1907
Races set against a magnificent mountain backdrop
White Turf, a unique, exclusive, top-class event with exciting horse-racing, gourmet catering, lively music and inspiring art exhibitions, all taking place in winter sunshine on the frozen lake among the stunningly beautiful, snow-capped mountains of St Moritz.
Explore St. BartsDiscovered by Columbus in 1493, St Barths now welcomes travellers seeking refined luxury. Perfect white beaches framed by fluffy white clouds and cobalt blue skies. Crystal clear waters gently lap against the volcanic island's lush vegetation. It has been enjoyed by the most evocative names from the golden age of Hollywood as well as numerous Rothschilds and Rockefellers.
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14th July 2017
French National Day, with firework display
There’s no mistaking St. Barts’ proud heritage when, on July 14th, the whole island joins together to celebrate Bastille Day. Easily one of St. Barts’ liveliest days of the year, it’s a sunrise-to-sunset celebration filled with music, dance, delicious food, and fireworks. Célébrons!
A film festival with over 20 years' heritage
The St. Barts Film Festival celebrates the rich diversity of Caribbean filmmaking. Head to AJOE or Flamands Beach—the two screening sites—and check out fiction and documentary features from islands across the region, from Jamaica to Haiti to Trinidad & Tobago.