The one thing a traveler does not have to worry about in Brickell is finding a bank or financial institution.  Brickell, located in the heart of South Florida’s financial and business district, is home to major bank headquarters.  It is quite a convenience as there are so many boutiques, shops and vintage outlets to choose from.  There is much to see and so in Brickell.  Landmarks in the Brickell area include the revitalized Sipmson Park, one of South Florida’s oldest parks and named after Dr. Charles Torrey Simpson an expert in horticulture and a lifetime achievements as an educator. After many years of turmoil the park has opened its door and thanks to the many donations and the expertise of designer Enzo Enea and Oppenheim a world recognized developer, Simpson Park once again provides a smooth getaway in the middle of the daily buzz.  For an amazing sunset cruise you may board the Great White Catamaran sunset cruise located in the Brickell Bay area, where you will experience a true bond between the sea and you while sipping on a glass of your favorite drink.  Claughton Island which is also known as Brickell Key, is a beautifully designed community where you can stroll and enjoy the succulent landscape or have lunch at the Mandarin Hotel and savor their relaxing atmosphere.  Brickell has an efficient transportation system that will inspire even the locals to hop on and ride.  Their Lovely Trolleys will carry you all the way past downtown and Biscayne Blvd.  With the many shops, restaurants, hotels and beautiful landscape, you are sure to enjoy your visit and eager to return.  For a full directory, click here.