You don't need a ride to explore, only a touch of excitement and fun.
Downtown Miami is the heart of metropolitan Miami on the waterfront. It's where you don't need a ride to explore, only a touch of excitement and fun. Every day is a new adventure where you can discover this thriving metropolis on foot, by free Metromover, or by bicycle.
If you're looking for public transport, airport shuttle service, or renting your own car near the airport transportation hub in the Rental Car Center, there are plenty of ways to travel from Miami International Airport to downtown. Jumping in an Uber or a taxi is the easiest choice.
While the financial district still occupies a substantial portion of Downtown, Biscayne Bay, Brickell, and the surrounding Florida Keys offer an infinite variety of cultural events, recreational adventures, and dining experiences. From paddleboarding and trapping to boutique shopping and comedy evenings.
Bayside Park, a stunning park where many city activities take places, such as races, art or food fairs, and other exhibits. It's a fun spot to have a good time with the kids, and there are plenty of shade tree areas, tables for those who wish to have a picnic, and swing areas.
Walking through Bayside Marketplace, you'll see a lot of stores, bars, and restaurants. This is where you can take a cruise ride to see Miami from the sea. You're going to have multiple dining opportunities. Typical chains of the town, such as Bumba Gump, Five Guys, and Hooter, are the most popular locations. There's Cuban food to sample, too.
Leaving a bit from the Bayside Marketplace area, we can walk a little in the direction of the great AmericanAirlines Arena, the Miami Heat stadium, and home to many events in the city.
Next, in the direction of the great giant ball that marks the center of Miami, there's the Miami Science Museum. If you like the subject of science and astrology, we suggest you swing by the museum.
The next stop we recommend is the Perez Art Museum in Miami or the PAMM. If modern and contemporary art is a thing of yours, this museum is going to enchant you. It's got works from artists from all over the world, and the views you've got from there are incredible. You can have wine or coffee at the cafeteria in the museum.
If you want to get to know Downtown Miami in a special way, you might try taking one of the countless bus or boat tours on the Bayside Marketplace that the city has to sell.
Not all was going to be pure, clear action. There's still time to rest and enjoy the Bayside Market. Would you like a nice mojito? Or maybe it's a caipirinha? Better a daiquiri. Enjoy a nice drink and a well-deserved break in the "Daiquiri Bar".
Cross the Venetian Way, maybe it's not the best way to get to Miami Beach from downtown Miami, but you can't really get better views in any other way. On foot, by bike, by car. Every chance is nice to explore on your own all those luxurious islands where famous people live. Enjoy the views of the sea and all that this part of Miami has to offer.