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    The most popular car hire location is Miami International Airport (MIA), just over 20 mins' drive from the centre (about 25km).

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    The most popular car rental brands in Miami are Alamo, Dollar, Thrifty, Budget and Hertz.

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Hire a car in Miami

Look beyond the white sand beaches and you’ll discover Miami is not just a destination for sun-lovers.

Alongside its unsurpassable nightlight, the city has an international appeal and sophistication that many other Florida hot spots lack. A flourishing art scene, innovative cultural institutions and indemand social gatherings have made Miami a cosmopolitan paradise.

To get the full South Florida experience, hire a car from the city and drive the scenic Overseas Highway and its 42 bridges through the tropical Florida Keys.   

Arty vibes

The city with style

Design, art and fashion have become the beating heart of Miami and as a result, the city now houses some of the coolest arts neighbourhoods in the USA.

Wynwood Art District
The once bleak and bare warehouses of Wynwood are now a major Miami art statement. Transformed into colourful canvases, murals and street art were the original spark, which generated an artistic renaissance in the area. The eclectic district is hub for art galleries - there’s over 70 - as well as creative enterprises.

Design District
The Design District is the more upscale, modern version of the indie Wynwood District. The visual offerings of the neighbourhood, which illuminate the urban and tropical elements of Miami, have attracted restaurateurs and fashion labels to set up shop. It is home to exhibition spaces of experimental works and the futuristic-looking Institute of Contemporary Art. Even if you don’t fancy spending hours in an art gallery, outdoor public art installations will certainly catch your attention.

Points of interest near Miami

  • Miami International Airport

    South Florida's main airport.

  • Saint Petersburg

    Home to the world-renowned Salvador Dali Museum and it is a great place for the curiously minded traveller.

  • Everglades National Park

    A vast 1.5 million acres of wetland. Spy alligators, kayak through mangroves or walk along the Anhinga Trail.

  • Key West

    The most southerly tip of the United States, it was once the famous hang-out of novelist Ernest Hemingway.

  • Naples

    Part of the Paradise Coast it is popular for dolphin spotting, high-end shopping and outdoor adventure.

  • Palm Beach

    Glitzy resorts and long white sandy beaches are the trademark here.

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Neighbourhood delights

Little Havana

Cubans began migrating to southern Florida in the 1950s. It was during the 60s though, when migrant numbers swelled, that the area gained the name Little Havana.

Centred around the Calle Ocho strip, this atmospheric neighbourhood is a lively reflection of the rich Cuban culture. There are plenty of cigar shops, music reverberating from radios everywhere, and a famous selection culinary delights. The Azucar Ice Cream Company, home to Cuban ice cream flavors, is a fan favourite.

The Latin infused bars here are among the best in Miami and the area’s live shows will have you dancing through the night. The Ball and Chain lounge is a famed establishment, having hosted jazz acts including Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong.

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