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Airfare history to Miami

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Route Price
Airfares from Cincinnati (CINCINNATI CIN N.KNTY) to Miami (MIA) $75
Airfares from Atlanta (ATLANTA HARTSFIELD) to Miami (MIA) $86
Airfares from Philadelphia (PHILADELPHIA PA/WILM'TON INTL) to Miami (MIA) $88
Airfares from New York (NEW YORK NY/NEWARK LA GUARDIA) to Miami (MIA) $92
Airfares from Cleveland (CLEVELAND HOPKINS) to Miami (MIA) $100
Airfares from Newark (NEW YORK NY/NEWARK NEWARK INL) to Miami (MIA) $120
Airfares from Las Vegas (LAS VEGAS MCCARRAN) to Miami (MIA) $121
Airfares from Buffalo (BUFFALO INTL) to Miami (MIA) $124
Airfares from Pittsburgh (PITTSBURGH INTL) to Miami (MIA) $135
Airfares from Milwaukee (MILWAUKEE G MITCHELL) to Miami (MIA) $138
Airfares from Chicago (CHICAGO O'HARE) to Miami (MIA) $139
Airfares from Durham/Raleigh (RALEIGH/DURHAM INTL) to Miami (MIA) $144
Airfares from Los Angeles (LOS ANGELES INTL) to Miami (MIA) $151
Airfares from Fort Worth/Dallas (DALLAS INTL) to Miami (MIA) $160
Airfares from Minneapolis (MINNEAPOLIS INTL) to Miami (MIA) $160
Airfares from Detroit (DETROIT WAYNE CO) to Miami (MIA) $164
Airfares from Islip (LONG ISLAND MACARTHUR) to Miami (MIA) $165
Airfares from Austin (AUSTIN BERGSTROM) to Miami (MIA) $171
Airfares from High Point (GREENSBORO/H.PT/WIN-SALEM P.T. INTL) to Miami (MIA) $176
Airfares from Santa Ana (SANTA ANA WAYNE INTL) to Miami (MIA) $187
Airfares from Baton Rouge (BATON ROUGE RYAN) to Miami (MIA) $193
Airfares from Denver (Denver International Airport) to Miami (MIA) $196
Airfares from New Orleans (NEW ORLEANS INTL) to Miami (MIA) $198
Airfares from Boston (BOSTON LOGAN) to Miami (MIA) $205
Airfares from Baltimore (BALTIMORE INT'L) to Miami (MIA) $209
Airfares from Washington DC (WASHINGTON NATIONAL) to Miami (MIA) $211
Airfares from Washington DC (WASHINGTON DULLES) to Miami (MIA) $220
Airfares from Colorado Springs (COLORADO SPRINGS PETERSON) to Miami (MIA) $225
Airfares from Oklahoma City (OKLAHOMA CITY ROGERS) to Miami (MIA) $237
Airfares from Toronto (TORONTO PEARSON) to Miami (MIA) $242
Airfares from Rochester (ROCHESTER MONROE CTY) to Miami (MIA) $243
Airfares from Louisville (LOUISVILLE STANDIFORD) to Miami (MIA) $243
Airfares from Trenton (Trenton Mercer Airport) to Miami (MIA) $253
Airfares from Phoenix (PHOENIX INTL) to Miami (MIA) $253
Airfares from San Francisco (SAN FRANCISCO INTL) to Miami (MIA) $257
Airfares from New York (NEW YORK NY/NEWARK KENNEDY) to Miami (MIA) $259
Airfares from Nashville (NASHVILLE METRO) to Miami (MIA) $259
Airfares from Houston (HOUSTON INTERCONT) to Miami (MIA) $262
Airfares from San Jose (SAN JOSE) to Miami (MIA) $262
Airfares from Kansas City (KANSAS CITY INTL) to Miami (MIA) $271
Airfares from Albany (ALBANY COUNTY) to Miami (MIA) $284
Airfares from Norfolk (NORFOLK INTL) to Miami (MIA) $289
Airfares from Birmingham (BIRMINGHAM) to Miami (MIA) $294
Airfares from Trinidad (PORT OF SPAIN PIARCO) to Miami (MIA) $302
Airfares from Portland (PORTLAND INTL) to Miami (MIA) $303
Airfares from Ottawa (OTTAWA INTL) to Miami (MIA) $322
Airfares from Salt Lake City (SALT LAKE CITY INTL) to Miami (MIA) $351
Airfares from Toronto (TORONTO TORONTO IS) to Miami (MIA) $391
Airfares from Huntsville (HUNTSVILLE/DECATUR HUNTSVILLE) to Miami (MIA) $392
Airfares from Santiago (SANTIAGO PUDAHUEL) to Miami (MIA) $423
Airfares from Manchester (MANCHESTER INTL) to Miami (MIA) $528
Airfares from Bogota (BOGOTA ELDORADO) to Miami (MIA) $558
Airfares from Medellin (MEDELLIN CORDOVA) to Miami (MIA) $558
Airfares from London (LONDON HEATHROW) to Miami (MIA) $584
Airfares from London (LONDON GATWICK) to Miami (MIA) $591
Airfares from London (LONDON CITY) to Miami (MIA) $607
Airfares from Hamburg (HAMBURG FUHLSBUTTL) to Miami (MIA) $640
Airfares from Tegucigalpa (TEGUCIGALPA TONCONTIN) to Miami (MIA) $683
Airfares from Tel Aviv (TEL AVIV-YAFO BEN GURION) to Miami (MIA) $715

General Facts about Miami

Miami is an important port city on the Atlantic Coast of south Florida in the United States. As per the US Census Bureau, Miami’s metro area is the eighth-most populous and fourth largest urban area in the US, with a population of about 5.5 million.

Miami is not just about sun-kissed beaches, but is also a major center of finance, commerce, culture, media, entertainment, the arts, and international trade. In 2010, Miami was ranked seventh in the United States and 33rd among global cities in terms of business activity, human capital, information exchange, cultural experience, and political engagement.

Forbes magazine called out Miami to be "America's Cleanest City" in 2008. The city’s continued diligence towards maintaining good air quality, vast green spaces, clean drinking water, clean streets, and significant recycling programs. Miami has also earned the moniker of the "Capital of Latin America being the largest city with a Cuban-American plurality. Miami is the home of Spanglish, if not unadulterated Spanish. It also happens to be an international melting pot where you can easily French, Italian, and Russian. Don’t get intimidated though as people are very helpful and a smile would go a long way.

Downtown Miami is home to leading international banks in the United States, and many major national and international companies. The Port of Miami has been a leading cruise passenger Port. It is also known as the "Cruise capital of the world" and has a number of luxury liners leaving the Port each day.

Things to do in Miami

Miami has one of the largest collections of art-deco buildings that have been restored into beautiful hotels. When in Miami, be sure to check in to one of these gorgeous 1930s buildings in the South Beach. However, it is not just about up-market boutiques and high-end restaurants; South Beach has some excellent bars and museums as well.

If you are the artsy kind, be sure to catch the Wynwood Art Walk. Most galleries host openings with live music and food trucks. It’s a celebration of sorts which will surely sweep you off your feet. Wynwood and the Design District are also famous for their vibrant night life and Avant-garde dining.

Many tourists don't know that Miami and Miami Beach are really separate cities. While Miami, on the mainland, happens to be South Florida's commercial center. On the other hand, Miami Beach situated on the 17 islands in Biscayne Bay, is well considered to be America's Riviera. It has warm sunshine, sandy beaches and a vibrant nightlife. In addition to celebrated attractions like Ocean Drive and Lincoln Road, the less reported spots like the flourishing Design District in Miami, the extraordinary buildings of Coral Gables, and the secluded beaches of Key Biscayne are well kept secrets.
Don’t miss out on the scent of cigars and Latin jazz in Little Havana. It’s a busy thoroughfare full of restaurants and mom-and-pop convenience shops. The most precious heart of the Little Havana Art District, Cubaocho is famous for its concerts. Many brilliant bands from across the Spanish-speaking world flock here to show off their talent. The interior will remind you of an old Havana cigar bar but walls display art work from both the old and new worlds of Cuba.

Another location popular amongst tourists is Coral Gables. It is well known for its tranquil tree-lined streets and Mediterranean-style buildings. It is also home to the palatial 1920s Biltmore Hotel. Back in the day it has entertained celebrity guests like Judy Garland.

If you are travelling with children, Miami is nothing short of a dream as it has plenty of activities and fun filled places to go to. You could visit Miami Beach Botanical Garden, Crandon Park, various museums or EcoAdventures which is a Sea Turtle Awareness Program.

You must try the seafood during your stay here. Casablanca is popular for serving the best seafood in town. The atmosphere is also a big selling point. The tables on a long wooden deck just above the water are truly amazing. But the fresh fish is unparalleled. Apart from this, you have an array of choices from grand restaurants to down to earth bars. There’s no better way to explore a city than through the various cuisines it has to offer.

Most of all, while you are Miami, make the most of the glorious beaches and relaxed vacation time. If you are lucky you might even spot some celebrities!

How to Travel to Miami

Miami’s major airport is the Miami International Airport (MIA) that is located about five miles north of Downtown and 13 miles west of Miami Beach. MIA can be quite overwhelming standing at 7.5 million square feet with 127 gates! MIA has an average footfall of 40 million people every year and about 100,000 every day.

You could start your Miami experience at the airport itself. Terminal D is pretty much a mini Miami. You can browse through popular destinations before you even leave the airport - like Ice Box Café, Café Versailles and Books & Books, to name a few. You could have a look at the collection of art and installation work throughout the airport, which falls under the Art In Public Places capital improvement program.

Travelling to the city from the airport is also quite easy. Just follow the signs to ground transportation and locate a taxi line. Taxis will charge a flat rate of $32 to South Beach and $21.70 to downtown.
If you want a pocket-friendly option, Super Shuttle (305-871-2000) shared ride vans is a good option. They would charge you a rate of $20 per person to South Beach and $15 to downtown. Rental cars are also available with most rental car companies (e.g., Alamo, Avis, Budget, Hertz) having offices at MIA.
However, before you book a cab, be sure to check with your hotel if they are providing complimentary shuttles.

There is also a network of public transportation that you can very well avail. The Airport Flyer is an express bus that runs between MIA, Metrorail, and Miami Beach for only $2.35. You could get one every half hour from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m.

You also have the Tri-Rail commuter train which goes to various locations in Broward and Palm Beach Counties, including Hollywood and Fort Lauderdale.
While in Miami the best bet would be to navigate by foot, on taxi or on CitiBikes. CitiBikes is a one-way bike rental system available throughout Miami.

What is the climate like in Miami

Miami has a tropical monsoon climate with hot and humid summers and short winters. The wet season begins during May and continues well through October. This is the time when the city witnesses thunderstorms and even hurricanes.

As a tourist the best bet would be to pack lots of beach clothes and definitely a good sun block. For the cooler months, it would be a good idea to carry a light jacket.

Best Time to Visit Miami

You could visit Miami around the year. However, the lovely sunny beaches are best enjoyed between March and May. One advantage of a spring visit is that you get to avoid the peak winter rates.
Winter is also a popular time as the city is packed with tourists. January through February has a cool and dry weather which also brings out another side of the beautiful city.
Miami can be what you make it to be – a luxurious vacation where you spoil yourself silly or a backpackers dream. Visit this mercurial city to capture it’s varied moods.