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As soon as you’ve been to Miami, you’ll understand why everyone heads south for the winter – permanently! “Magic City” has sun all year round, sands like powdered sugar, delicious cuisine influenced by the area's Latin cultures, and the sweet taste of Cuban molasses espressos. Too good to be true? It definitely seems like it.
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Before asking what you can do downtown, ask what downtown can do for you. Flow your way through a free yoga class in Bayfront Park, or drop by a farmer’s market and get yourself some of the world’s juiciest oranges. You can also catch a concert at the AmericanAirlines Arena, or practice your Spanglish by ordering a taste-bud satisfying Cuban sandwich.Accommodations in Downtown Miami
Brickell is Miami’s only district where ties outsell swimsuits. The office scene is one of breezy board meetings, where high rollers in pin-stripe suits sip a few too many espressos. After hours, follow the 9-5ers to happy hour at M-Bar and treat yourself to your favorite cocktail, served with a side of stunning cityscape views.Accommodations in Brickell
Coconut Grove – the name brings up images of afternoons laying in a hammock, sipping juice under palm trees. Sounds nice, right? Add a ton of University of Miami students, some laid-back artists, a few Florida-fresh markets, some banyan trees, and you’ve got this place down. Head to LoKal and try the sinful combo of a burger between two donuts!Accommodations in Coconut Grove
Coral Gables is what happens when cosmopolitan meets casual living. This area is popular with luxury-loving Miamians, since it's packed with gourmet Palm d’Or and to-die-for nightlife, plus the luxurious Venetian Pool. Miracle Mile is a palm-lined pedestrian walk with hundreds of specialty shops, art galleries, and adorable boutiques. When can we move in?Accommodations in Coral Gables
If you're into golfing, then you've come to the right place! But there’s more to Miami Springs than just tees and clubs. It’s an easy drive from the 1,001+ beach escapes that put this city on the map. After a day on the sand, unlock your inner foodie and take your taste buds on a flavor ride from empanadas and fried plantains, to tres leches in Miami’s lauded Caribbean restaurants.Accommodations in Miami Springs
Art, art, and more art! Wynwood is packed with creative types, vivid paintwork and lively events. Surrounded by stunning graffiti, chill beats move through the air and street food aromas entice your taste buds. Experience the essence of Wynwood at R House – this restaurant combines local DJs, an integrated art gallery and fine dining. This area really is hipster heaven.Accommodations in Wynwood Art District
Orlando resident Marilyn eats and shops her way across Miami every chance she gets.
On any given night, a stroll through Bayfront Park and Bayside open-air mall can include free live Brazilian music or salsa dancing along the Intracoastal Waterway. Enjoy a meal out on the terrace with a stunning view of passing yachts, then browse through the funky little souvenir shops.Accommodations nearby
Tony grew up in South Florida and still visits Miami regularly to enjoy the shopping and dining.
Some of my favorite stores, boutiques, and restaurants line either side of Sunset Drive in South Miami. You can spend the morning people watching while sipping coffee, then head to Sunset Place open-air mall for a shopping spree. You can also catch a movie, play arcade games or go bowling.Accommodations nearby
A perfect day for Kion includes hanging out at the beach, feeling the calming vibes of the water.
I enjoy taking day trips to Hollywood Beach, about 20 minutes north of Miami. It’s used mostly by locals and, in my opinion, is the most beautiful beach in South Florida. Restaurants and local shops line the boardwalk. On Fridays, you can catch live reggae music at the amphitheater.Accommodations nearby
Booking.com asked travelers...What was the most entertaining thing you saw in Miami?
There for The Kiss Kruise so we had three pre parties to attend and catch up with old friends so really not about Miami but entertainment provided courtesy of The Kiss KruiseSee all 5 answers
Booking.com asked travelers...Describe what other people like you would like about shopping in Miami.
Easy of access to and from the malls as free bus service is provide - drop off at 10am and pick up at 4pm. Very good if you are staying for more than one night.See all 14 answers
Booking.com asked travelers...Where should people go if they don't want to eat in a tourist trap?
Wynwood (North Miami), Little Havana (East Miami), and Miami Beach near Lincoln Road Mall for unique bistros.See all 10 answers
Booking.com asked travelers...What's the secret to sampling all the diverse food Miami has to offer?
Make the trek to little Havana. Find a highly rated deli. Look for a food-truck event during your stay.See all 7 answers
Booking.com asked travelers...The beach means different things to different people. What did the beach in Miami mean to you?
Wide beach, great for yuppies. Lots of young people. Difficult parkingSee all 15 answers
Booking.com asked travelers...How could the beaches in Miami be made better for walking?
more affordable parking spaces near the beaches.See all 5 answers
Booking.com asked travelers...Is there more to shopping in Miami than just brand-name stores?
Yes, there are many things to do in Miami.See all 18 answers
Booking.com asked travelers...How do you fit in some sightseeing when you're in Miami on business?
Hop on Hop off bus, highly recommendeSee all 4 answers
The easiest way to get to and from Miami International Airport (MIA), and around Miami in general, is by car. The MIA Mover located on level 3 of the airport takes passengers to the Rental Car Center’s customer service lobby. The most affordable transportation from MIA is the Orange Line on the Metrorail (USD 2.25), which connects to key points in the city. You can also order a flat-rate taxi on the lower arrival level. Most city trips cost between USD 18-32.
Fort Lauderdale Airport is about 35 minutes north of Miami. The most economical way to reach Miami is by Shared Ride service, which departs every 10 minutes or so. Shared Ride service costs USD 21-45, depending on your destination. Alternatively, a Taxi costs about USD 40-85, and a Luxury Sedan can be rented for USD 55-100. Each transportation service can be found outside of baggage claim areas on the lower level. Expect up to a 90-minute commute during rush hour.
The Tri-Rail system connects Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties. Tickets must be purchased in advance at the stations' ticket machines. Fares vary according to length of trip, with the longest one-way trip costing USD 6.90. Most trains run from 4 am - 11:30 pm on weekdays, but make sure you check the schedule online. Two-wheeled bicycles are allowed on board.
The Metrobus connects to the Metrorail, Metromover and the city’s main business, shopping and entertainment centers. One-way trips cost USD 2.25 and must be paid on board (exact change required). Bus stops are marked with a green sign with a route list. Some routes run 24/7, while others provide overnight services. The Miami Beach Airport Flyer costs USD 2.65 and connects the airport to Miami Beach between 6 am - 11:40 pm daily. Most buses only run every 30 minutes.
Seven free trolley services are available in Miami. There are routes in Coral Gables, Biscayne, Brickell, Coral Way, Allapattah, Health District and Overtown. Hours of operation vary per route, so make sure you check the schedule beforehand. The green and orange trolleys are air-conditioned and come equipped with a bicycle rack at the front of the vehicle. Routes and real-time tracking for the trolleys are available through the city’s app.
Driving in Miami is tricky, but it’s the most efficient way to get around. Using GPS is suggested, since there are numerous intersecting highways, and streets stop following a grid pattern where I-95 ends and becomes US-1. Avoid driving during rush hour (7 am -10 am and 3 pm - 7 pm), especially on US-1, the 826 and the 836. Parking can be hard to find and parking garages can be pricey, especially on weekends and by the beach. Most street meters take credit cards.
Flat-rate yellow taxis are available on the lower arrival level of the airport. Rates vary according to zones. A trip to downtown will cost USD 21.70, and a ride to South Beach is USD 32.00. The normal starting rate is USD 2.50, with an additional USD 0.40 per 1/6 mile. Several taxis can be found around South Beach, but if you need transportation in other areas, it’s best to call and reserve – hailing one on the streets can be difficult.
The Metromover is an above-ground transit system that loops around downtown Miami and Bayside, and branches northward to the Adrianne Arsht Center. The route may be limited, but use of the Metromover is free and provides connections to the Metrorail. It runs from 5 am to midnight daily. A digital display in the platform’s center shows each car’s destination. The Metromover runs every 90 seconds during rush hour, and every 3 minutes during off-peak hours.
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