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Where to pick up your car
The most popular car hire location is Miami International Airport (MIA), just over 20 mins' drive from the centre (about 25km).
Top car rental brands
The most popular car rental brands in Miami are Alamo, Dollar, Thrifty, Budget and Hertz.
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Warmest month: July (28°C)
Coldest month: January (20°C)
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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.
Points of interest near Miami
Miami International Airport
South Florida's main airport.
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.
The most southerly tip of the United States, it was once the famous hang-out of novelist Ernest Hemingway.
Part of the Paradise Coast it is popular for dolphin spotting, high-end shopping and outdoor adventure.
Glitzy resorts and long white sandy beaches are the trademark here.
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Snapshots of Miami
Miami’s tropical beaches are strikingly beautiful. You will find all sorts of beach personalities, and they all offer more than one way to soak up the sun.
South Beach is the most famous, with its white sand, flashy cars and Art Deco architecture. Try the North Beach, currently in the throws of redevelopment, for something less crowded.
After the sun sets and the city’s skyline lights up, Miami’s bravado is pumped up a few notches. Wild parties and and infectious Latin flair make the night unstoppable.
From happy hour hotspots, rooftop bars, live music venues and salsa clubs, there is something for every type of character.
Miami is a jewellery box of Art Deco architecture. The stylish architectural outpour put Miami on the map in the 30s, and it continues to attract the crowds.
Ocean Drive is densely lined with pastel-coloured, neon-lit 1930s hotels. Deco designed swimming pools, such as the one found at The Raleigh, have their own nostalgic charm.