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Moving from Milwaukee

Moving from Milwaukee to Miami, Florida

We know the struggle of trying to find a way to move out of a country. After you’ve checked out all the reviews on countless moving companies, you’re still not satisfied and you wish you knew more. But worry not- State 2 State Movers wants to prove to you that we are just the cross country moving company you need to satisfy your curiosities and safely get you to your destination. We, at State to State Movers, offer affordable residential moving, interstate moving, vehicle shipping, moving help, storage, packing tips, moving boxes and a lot more. Plus, you can expect to trace your cargo with our special 24/7 Shipment Tracking service. We here at State 2 State Movers strive to be responsible professionals, working as efficiently as possible, and also provide you many services other companies might have missed out on.
If you’ve been searching for a company with trusted personnel and a good organization that will put your needs first, look no further.We are a highly qualified interstate moving company, with years of experience and you can reach out to us without any fear of being let down. Our services are reliable and our crew of experts will politely assist you with the transition. We aren’t in the business to make a name for ourselves, but to truly tend to our customers’ needs. We understand how important handling someone’s belongings is, and do our very best to have them transported intact and in the same condition that you have entrusted them.

To help bring you closer to the mindset of moving a house out of state, we would like to present you with our take on the city of Miami and its perks:


Miami, Florida

Miami as a city has around 400 thousand inhabitants. The larger Miami metropolitan area, which includes Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties, however, is eighth most-populous and the fourth largest urban area in the States, accounting for 5.5 million people. It officially became a city in 1896 after local businesswoman Julia Tuttle encouraged one railroad mogul to expand into the area - making Miami the only major U.S. city to be founded by a woman.

Architecture & Scenery

Miami Beach is home to the world's largest collection of Art Deco architecture. There are the historic districts of Espanola Way, Collins/Washington Avenues, Flamingo Park and Museum make up the National Register Art Deco District.
Miami has no access to lakes, but who would want them when you have one of the most popular beaches in the world at your doorstep. Although Miami has a seaside beach that virtually no city in the States can come close, they aren’t strangers to outdoor activities that don’t require swimming up and down the shore. Miami has more than 800 parks in total and is the only U.S. city surrounded by two national ones: Biscayne National Park and Everglades National Park. It is also in close vicinity to a mountain range, which is good news for those who would enjoy some hiking and an escape from the sprawl from time to time.
The biggest hotspot within the town, Miami Beach, is a very diverse place. It is estimated that there are at least 150 ethnicities as well as over 60 different languages spoken there. While on a vacation in Miami Beach it doesn’t matter what race you are or what language you speak, you will probably find someone who is the same race and speaks the same language as you. There are many different cultural venues to visit in the area in addition to this.


Miami’s most famous museum is also one of the most frequented places in the area. With 170 thousand visitor yearly, Vizcaya Museum is home to a stunning orchard that surrounds a palace, and many artworks are displayed around the property. Have we mentioned that the artwork is 2 millennia old?

You may not be surprised to learn that Miami is a diver's paradise. What’s interesting is that city is dubbed the “Wreckreational Diving Capital of the World," with waters boasting up to 50 different underwater wreck sites for SCUBA enthusiasts to explore. There is a legend going around that pirates such as Blackbeard and Gasparilla supposedly left many treasures behind in the nearby ocean. A lot of gold and silver have been found both on and off the land by those who have visited Miami Beach.
The Museum of Contemporary Art is a great place to take a break from partying under the hot Miami sun and get some culture of the international postmodern variety. They even have free live jazz or folk music starting at 8 pm every last Friday of the month.Best of all, they won’t ask you to pay to check it out. 
Pro Tip: Find a Free Metromover. This way, you can easily get to all the downtown spots without the hassle of overpriced parking fees. Serving the Downtown/Brickell area, the free Metromover stops at all the popular tourist destinations for locals and visitors. With a series of three one-way loops that arrive every five to 10 minutes, hop on and off to hotspots like the Performing Arts Center for a ballet performance, Broadway show or to the American Airlines Arena for a concert or Miami Heat game. Plus, it’s got WiFi in case you need to do some research on the go.

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