Known for its ethnic diversity, the cultural melting pot of Miami has been referred to by Time Magazine as the ‘Capital of Latin America’. Situated on the tip of the Floridian peninsula, its close proximity to Cuba, Mexico and The Bahamas has had a great deal of influence on the city. With a history of genre-defining dance music, nightclubbing in Miami has garnered an international reputation for good-looking dancers and glamorous fashion. South Beach is one of the iconic beaches of the world – its colourful lifeguard stands, tropical climate and art deco hotels are trademarks of the region.
- on-site parking, with special facilities for those with disabilities
- airport style counter check-in and baggage conveyor belts
- complimentary shuttle service from parking facilities to terminal doors.
How to Get Around
- South Beach - this historic area of Miami is famous as a spot for people-watching, as well as for its historic art deco architecture and many hotels. The beach itself is wide and long, an ideal place to spend some time under the Floridian sun.
- Villa Vizcaya - a lavish estate dating back to the early 20th century and now operating as a garden and museum, this waterfront spot is only a short distance from the port. A common setting for feature films, the Villa Vizcaya sits on 50 acres of Italian-style gardens and houses many fine European antiques and furnishings.
- Nightlife - the home of the disco sound of KC and the Sunshine Band, Miami still knows how to throw a party, as exemplified by the many bars and clubs. Most of the premier destinations are located in the Miami Beach area, and range from state-of-the-art dance clubs to polished cocktail bars.
- Art Basel Miami Beach - once a year, Art Basel comes to town and brings with it a swathe of artists, investors, fashionistas and, of course, art. Noted as the peak time of year for private jet charters, Miami really comes alive with parties, special events and exhibitions timed to coincide with this salubrious art fair.