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Helpful information

  • Miami is located in the USA
  • IATA code: MIA
  • Continent: North America
  • Currency: U.S. dollar (USD) (Course: 10 USD = 8.03 GBP)
  • Current time: 15:51 (GMT-4)
  • Current date: 2019.10.15

Disney World can wait: in Florida, colourful Miami is the place to be and be seen. Book flights to Miami with Airinme.com today. 

Situated in the southern tip of Florida by Biscayne Bay, Miami's reputation precedes itself. A party-hard city with stunning beaches and fascinating architecture, it's an enticing blend of Floridian, Latin and Caribbean cultures. This diversity is reflected everywhere, from its music to its food, and it's this vibrancy that makes Miami such a unique place to visit. Book your holiday in Miami with Airinme.com and experience this amazing city for yourself. 

Things to do in Miami 

  1. Separated from the main city by Biscayne Bay, Miami Beach is one of the world's best places for a fun seaside holiday. Make a beeline for the most popular part of this barrier reef-turned-resort: South Beach, where everyone in the city goes to party.
  2. Prise yourself away from the barstool and take a tour of South Beach's fascinating Art Deco Historic District. Tours leave every day, but you can take a self-guided walk around these alluring tropicana style buildings too.
  3. Want to learn more about Miami's underwater population? Set aside a half day to explore the Miami Seaquarium, which is packed with fun exhibits for all ages.
  4. Thanks to its year-round hot climate, Zoo Miami is able to keep animals from hotter climes more easily than its rivals in other US cities. Visit this growing attraction to see a range of worldwide species. Jungle Island is another popular local draw for animal lovers.
  5. Artists have flocked to Miami for decades: if you're an art lover, head to the Frost Art Museum and the Lowe Art Museum to see some of the city's best collections.
  6. Looking for a way to stimulate young minds on holiday? Take them to the Miami Children's Museum and the Miami Science Museum, where they can play with hundreds of interactive exhibits designed to help children learn about the world.
  7. For a slice of Europe in Miami, visit the beautiful Vizcaya Museum and Gardens. Built by a rich industrialist who yearned for a house that looked 'old', the villa may have the atmosphere of 16th century Italy but was constructed barely 100 years ago.
  8. Cool off in the Venetian Pool, the city's most unique place to swim. Constructed in the 1920s, this swimming pool looks like it's been transplanted from ancient Rome. Sadly, children under three years old aren't allowed in.
  9. Want to see Miami at its riotous best? Calle Ocho, part of the city's overall Carnaval celebrations, is a vibrant celebration of Latin culture when Little Havana comes alive. And Miami's Ultra Music Festival is now one of the biggest of its kind in the US.
  10. Forget theme parks: Florida's most exciting attraction is the magical Everglades National Park. Take a day trip from Miami to explore its massive swamps and keep a look out for alligators and rare Florida panthers. 

Shopping in Miami

Miami is one the USA's most fashionable cities. It even hosts its own fashion week. And wherever you go in this sunny city, there's always great shops to browse.  

Collins Avenue

Collins Avenue is Miami's main shopping street. Here, you'll find a huge array of international high street fashion and cosmetics brands. There's even a branch of New York luxury department store Barney's on Collins Avenue, so you can get a quick fix of Big Apple style while you're in Miami. 

Miami shopping malls

With over 200 stores, Dolphin Mall is Miami's premier shopping centre. Escape the traffic at Lincoln Road Mall, a huge pedestrianised mall with a range of pavement cafes and bars. Or if you're searching for bargains, head to the outlet shops of Sawgrass Mills.

Eating in Miami

Thanks to its diverse population, food in Miami is an inviting blend of global influences. And contrary to popular stereotypes, people in Miami love to eat so you'll find many great restaurants in the city. 

What to eat in Miami

Miami's food is often called Nuevo Latino or Florribean (Florida-Caribbean), reflecting its unique heritage. Meaty stews are widespread, and gumbo – spicy seafood stew – is a local favourite. Latin American flavours abound too; sangrias and mojitos are common cocktails, and arepas (stuffed maize flatbreads) are a common streetfood snack. 

Best Miami restaurants

Don't leave town without trying the great seafood at Red Fish Grill and Joe's Stone Crab, both historic local restaurants. Or get a true taste of Nuevo Latino at Cuban restaurant La Carreta and the fantastic Ola at Miami Beach. 

Insider's Tips 

Call 911 for emergency assistance from the police, ambulance and fire services in Miami. You can also call 311 for non-emergency assistance. 

If your holiday will last 90 days or fewer, you don't need a visa to travel to the USA but you will need to submit your details online via ESTA at least 72 hours before you travel. 

Miami enjoys year round warmth and humidity, with temperatures regularly reaching 30 degrees Celsius. Temperatures are hottest in June, and hurricane season generally lasts from June to November, so visit in Spring for milder weather. 

It's easy to travel around Miami by bus and Metrorail. However, you might find it most convenient to hire a car during your stay in the city, especially if you're travelling in a group. 

Getting there from Miami Airport 

Car rental

Take the MIA Mover train from Miami Airport to the MIA Rental Car Centre. Here, you'll find a range of international car hire desks, including Avis, Hertz, Budget and Enterprise. 

Taxis and shuttles

Pick up a taxi or the SuperShuttle from Miami Airport on the ground level after arrivals. Alternatively, hotel shuttles pick-up and drop-off passengers from the upper level at departures. 

Public transport

Take the Miami Beach Airport Flyer (route 150) for travel between Miami Airport, Miami Beach and downtown Miami.