Being pronounced as an ‘International Airline Paradise,’ Miami has made the traveling a cakewalk for the international travelers. The web of airlines in Miami and its local transportation system have successfully bridged the gap between the city and the visitors from near and far. In recent years, connectivity within and around Miami has been increased dramatically, and thereof world around Miami is shrinking by the course of time.
Travel to Miami by Air
Travelers coming from other corners of the world mostly prefer to travel to Miami by air. When we talk about airports in Miami, MIA Airport stands first among the other airports and is the busiest of all.
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Miami International Airport
Miami International Airport (MIA), situated near downtown Miami, possesses a lineup more than 100 air carriers. More than 80 airlines serve Miami International Airport to approx. 150 places around the world. There are numerous facilities for the passengers with physical disability and myriads passengers’ assistance.
Address: 2100 Northwest 42nd Avenue, Miami, Florida 33126
Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport
A huge number of flights arrive at and depart from the domestic airport, Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport which serves over 100 cities of US, 125 private flights and other flights to Mexico, Bahamas, Latin America, Canada, Europe, and Caribbean. It also offers shuttle services to terminals.
Address: Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, 100 Terminal Dr, Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33315
Travel to Miami by Train
Explore the American cities which are connected by the train services by Amtrak. It provides passenger train services at very reasonable prices and runs along the East Coast. Its trains majorly connect Miami, Jacksonville, Tampa, and Orlando.
Address: Amtrak Station, 8303 Northwest 37th Avenue, Miami, Florida 33147
Local Travel in Miami
It is an automatic 21-mile long rail system that connects with Metrobus and Metrorail and runs around the downtown Miami and heads toward Kendall/Dadeland. It will cost you about $2.
It runs between Miami Beach and Key Biscayne to West Miami-Dade. It also connects Broward County, Homestead, the Middle Keys and Florida City. Its fare is $2.25 with a discount of $1.10.
It connects Kendall, South Miami, downtown Miami, Coral Gables, the Civic Center/Jackson Memorial Hospital area, Hialeah, Palm Beach counties, Brownsville, Broward, Liberty City, and Medley. It also provides access to Miami International Airport. It will cost you $2.25 with a discount fare of $1.10.
Miami is flooded with rental car companies which transport travelers from one stop to another in an easy and convenient way.
Miami Yellow Cab at Ritz Carlton KB Taxi: 786.766.9044
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