Flights to the United States
Your flights to Miami land at Miami International Airport, taking you to a vibrant holiday hotspot stretching along the south-east coast of Florida. You’ll have the lush green of Everglades National Park to the west, and Biscayne Bay and the North Atlantic Ocean to the east.
Miami will sweep you up with its good-time attitude and have you reaching for your camera at every turn. This colourful, sun-soaked, and creative city draws people from all walks of life to have a good time. The beautiful beaches, famous art deco buildings, palm lined boulevards, and world-class cultural attractions make Miami one of the most-visited cities in the US. It also has a reputation for some of the best food and nightlife in the country. The large Hispanic population means Spanish is widely spoken as well as English, and you can look forward to Latin American culture all over the city.
Miami’s neighbourhoods reach north to south, with bridges and causeways stretching across the sparkling Biscayne Bay to a series of islands. This is where you’ll find the famous Miami Beach, with laidback North Beach, stylish Mid-Beach, and beautiful South Beach with its brightly coloured lifeguard huts.
South beach is the poster image of Miami style, characterised by one of the world’s largest collections of 1920s and ‘30s art deco buildings. Miami life bubbles along the famous Ocean Drive and Collins Avenue, with surfers taking to the ocean and sun-seekers cycling on the promenade.
Into the city, explore distinct neighbourhoods like Little Havana, with its Cuban music, street art, delicious Cuban cuisine, and celebrity walk of fame. There’s also a fantastic art scene in Miami, with the galleries and vibrant street murals of Wynwood Walls as well as the excellent Perez Art Museum Miami.
Discover Miami’s history in Coral Gables, with the iconic Biltmore Hotel and the Italian style freshwater Venetian Pool built in the 1920s. Explore shops on the Miracle Mile, visit the theatres, and get a nature fix at the Fairchild Tropical Botanical Gardens. And in Coconut Grove, the oldest area in Miami, feel transported to 18th century Europe at the grand Italian-inspired Vizcaya Museum and Gardens. It was built in 1916 and offers spectacular views of Biscayne Bay.
Food in Miami is a big deal and it’s widely renowned as one of the best places to dine in the US. The incredible designs of its bars and restaurants are a feast for the eyes too. Just like the rest of the city, dining in Miami is creative and heavily influenced by Latin-American culture. You’ll find street food, trendy cafés, boho stops, hidden bars, and fine dining restaurants by top chefs with views of the ocean.
As the sun sets, South Beach is the big draw, where nightlife buzzes along Ocean Drive with clubs, bars, and live music from salsa to house flowing into the neon lit streets of the Art Deco District. Across the city you can dance the night away to Cuban beats, or take in theatre performances, pick a deckchair at an outdoor cinema, or head out across the waters for a moonlit cruise.
Whatever you choose to do in Miami, you’re going to be inspired.