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Cheap Flights to Miami International

Forget about the theme parks, swamps, and spring breakers that come to mind when you think of Florida. Miami is a world unto itself and it offers unique characteristics, and opportunities, that a traveller to Florida or a traveller without a destination in mind can enjoy. Miami’s beach life is more refined than beach life in other parts of the state, its entertainment provides more for adults, and culturally and geographically, Miami is closer to Latin America than it is to the American south. There are places to party in Miami if you want, and there are a fair amount of shops where you can blow out your credit cards (head to South Beach!), but that’s not all. The city is vibrant and diverse, offering a range of things to do and see for a variety of travellers, and it provides relaxation and fun for many budgets.

Visitors to Miami arrive at the Miami International Airport, which is conveniently located close the city and just a 10-minute drive from downtown. Toronto and Montreal offer several direct, cheap flights to Miami International Airport daily; nearly all other major airports in Canada will get you to Miami with a single transfer. Cab fares from Miami International Airport to downtown Miami run about $40, and rides from the airport to Miami Beach will cost you roughly $50. Miami’s Metrorail provides limited access to points of interest in the city, but it will take you anywhere on its route (including downtown) for less than $5.

If downtown Miami is not your destination, consider making a stopover there, because it is overflowing with things to do and see. Miami is a city with many great hotels in fascinating neighbourhoods and tons of activities to enjoy at these areas. Families, especially those with teens, find plenty to do in Miami Beach, despite the area’s reputation for vice. This part of Miami absolutely can be a kid-friendly place, as there are boat tours, beaches, children’s museums, and more for little ones to experience. Many children have more fun in Miami Beach than they do in Orlando or Hawaii!

Still, the whole of Miami is primarily geared towards adults who have money to spend on adult things. If you are interested in visiting Miami, it makes sense to work out a preliminary itinerary that includes points of interest that appeal to you. Miami is known both as a party town and an artist mecca, so if you travel during the first week of December, you can hit up Art Basel, one of Miami’s hottest art gallery shows and festivals. The weather will most likely still be warm and sunny then, so an outdoor party can be spectacular!

For anyone who crave contemporary creativity, consider hanging out in the Wynwood area of Miami, where cafes and boutiques are covered in murals and (legal) graffiti of such a high standard that even the most jaded traditionalists have to acknowledge its artistic merit. More culturally inclined travellers enjoy Miami’s ethnic neighborhoods, which often make visitors feel like they are on a different continent. Many locals will tell you that you should start your exploration of Miami in Little Havana, then move through Coral Way for a figurative and literal taste of Latin culture. After that, spend some time in Aventura and the Design District.

No matter what your interests are, Miami can deliver an ideal vacation with enjoyment and comfort. To start planning your trip, begin searching for airplane tickets and hotel rooms on Skyscanner, or set up a Skyscanner Price Alert to notify you when prices are dropping or rising fast.

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Miami is a cosmopolitan city in Southern Florida famous for its beautiful beaches, lively nightlife, fine dining, and cultural influences from all over Latin America. Across Biscayne Bay from mainland Miami is Miami Beach. The South Beach neighborhood of Miami Beach is known for its art deco architecture and trendy ... Miami city guide

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