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The Marlins Park is the present home of the Miami Marlins, the city's Major League Baseball franchise. It is sprawled across 17 sections of land of the previous Miami Orange Bowl site in Little Havana, 2 miles west of Downtown. Development was finished in March 2012, in time for the 2012 season of year. The stadium is designed after neo-modernist architecture. The contemporary ballpark is the first entirely contemporary ballpark built in MLB since Oriole Park at Camden Yards. With a seating limit of 37,442; it is the third active smallest stadium in Major League Baseball by official limit, and the diminutive smallest by real limit. Marlins Park is one of the attractions in 3 Days Itinerary Miami. Must visit this awesome attraction.
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The word Cuba and Havana have always intrigued us. With this tour, you will come face to face with the famous Cuban culture. You will first start with the famous Cuban coffee which will charge you up to go on to the rest of the trip. Then you will le
Can't describe in a few words such a beautiful experience I had last Summer. Unfortunately Jose (RIP) was still with us at that time. Great food, magnificent ball park that has also a retracting roof. I suggest places right beneath pitching or the one in the second ring near the TV boxes.
When the Marlins played at sunlife/dolphins stadium I always hated how my seat was blazing hot when i sat down to watch a game. Now that the stadium's indoors I don't have to worry about getting a 3rd degree burn whenever I sit down. Food is good but the prices are a little high but other then that It's great!
Traveled from Connecticut to watch the Race Of Champions Jan 21st, 2017. First time here and had a fantastic time. What a great ambiance. Prices for food and drinks were high, but I imagine that's the case with most sporting facilities. I hope they do it again next year.
One of if not the the nicest park in the big league. State of the art. You can see the game from pretty much anywhere
It's a great ballpark. Beautiful views of the field from every angle. Awesome city views from left field