Miami International Airport, the main gateway between the US and Latin America, is centrally located just seven miles from downtown Miami and is an easy commute after your cheap flight to Miami has landed. Forty-nine domestic and international airlines fly in and out of Miami and provide services for booking any Miami flight. If you’re an international traveler, there are foreign currency exchange booths at four locations throughout the terminal.
If your airfare to Miami includes a rental car, the ground transportation counters are just shuttle ride away. Taxis are always easily accessible at the airport and throughout the city, and many hotels offer shuttle services. Metrorail offers riders a fast and convenient way around many of Miami’s biggest attractions. Miami-Dade Transit provides affordable and reliable bus transportation to your destination without the expenses associated with having a rental car and the hassle of searching for parking. Walking and biking are other good options for exploring the city and stretching your legs after a long flight to Miami. If you want to take a day trip, hop on a ferry to Key West where you can get lots of sunshine and fresh air.
Miami’s greatest attractions are its extensive beaches and its parks, many filled with unique flora and fauna. The Everglades National Park and the Biscayne National Park are two of the most known local parks. Whether your flight to Miami brings you to a meeting in the downtown business district or a night out in the Latin quarter of Little Havana, Miami has attractions around every corner to please even the most discriminating of visitors.
Miami’s outlet malls offer great discounts where you’ll find bargains even more impressive than your cheap airfare. Many Latin American tourists book flights to Miami to enjoy daily promenades and to visit the wide array of specialty shops available. Food appreciators who book flights to Miami will experience a New World cuisine filled with a variety of tastes, sights, aromas, and seasonings. The eclectic mix of Cuban, Haitian, Peruvian, Colombian, Indian, Thai, Japanese, and Argentinean flavors available in Miami can satisfy anyone’s palette.
For visitors booking flights to Miami for a late-night experience, Miami’s South Beach and Coconut Grove is teeming with energy at nighttime. Visitors should be ready to put on dancing shoes and dance the night away at dance clubs featuring Afro-Cuban and Latin rhythms. Find your airfare to Miami, and join the others who have discovered this enchanting paradise.
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