Bus in Miami


Metro-Dade Transit runs the local Metrobus and Metrorail (both $2.25), as well as the free Metromover monorail serving Downtown. Metrobus rides must be paid in exact change (coins or a combination of bills and coins…
Port in Downtown Miami

Port of Miami

Though it’s doubtful you’ll be catching a steamer to make a trans-Atlantic journey, it is altogether possible to arrive in Miami via a cruise ship. It's for good reason that the Port of Miami, which receives over fo…
Train in Miami


The regional Tri-Rail double-decker commuter trains run the 71 miles between Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties. Fares are calculated on a zone basis; the shortest distance costs $4.40 round-trip; the most you’ll…
Train in Miami


This elevated, electric monorail is hardly big enough to serve the mass-transit needs of the city, and has become something of a tourist attraction. Whatever its virtues as a commuting tool, the Metromover is a real…
Train in Miami


Run by Metro-Dade Transit, Metrorail is a 21-mile-long heavy-rail system that has one elevated line running from Hialeah through Downtown Miami and south to Kendall/Dadeland. Trains run every five to 15 minutes from…
Train in Miami


The main Miami terminal of Amtrak, about 9 miles northwest of Downtown, connects the city with several other points in Florida (including Orlando and Jacksonville) on the Silver Service line that runs up to New York…
Bus in Miami

Miami Cutler Bay Greyhound Terminal

One of Greyhound's major terminals. There are several buses daily to New York City ($115 one-way, 27 to 30 hours) and Washington, DC ($109 one-way, 23 to 25 hours); five daily to New Orleans ($95 one-way, 20 to 22 h…
Bicycle Hire in Downtown Miami

Brickell Bikes

Professionally run store that hires out good-quality hybrid bikes. The location is particularly convenient if you want to make a full day of it exploring Key Biscayne (the Rickenbacker Causeway starts 1.5 miles sout…
Boat in South Beach

Water Taxi Miami

This outfit travels five times a day between Miami Beach Marina in South Beach and the Bayside Marketplace in Downtown Miami. Call ahead or go online to reserve a spot.
Shuttle in Miami

GO Airport Shuttle

Shared van service is available from Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport airport with GO Airport Shuttle. Prices are around $25 to South Beach.