Miami International Airport also known as MIA is the primary airport serving the South Florida area of the United States. The airport was founded in 1928 and is the property of the Miami-Dade County Government. Miami International airport is the gateway from the United States to South and Central America and is one of the busiest freight and international passenger airports in the world. It is also increasingly becoming a more popular hub for European traffic. The airport is currently undergoing an expansion and improvement program which is due to be completed next year. The airport will then take up more than seven million square feet!
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Airport car rental is a serious business in Miami airport. There are sixteen car rental providers that operation on site at the airport, and many more that are located close by but off site. For all car rentals in Miami airport you must go from the MIA station to Central Station by MIA Mover. Here you will find the Rental Car Centre for Miami Airport. Located onsite here are Advantage, Alamo, Avis, Budget, Dollar, Enterprise, Hertz, National, Payless, Thrifty and Sixt and a few more. Car Booker compares all these and more car rental brands in Miami airport so you get the best price and choice of rental cars. Always pre-book your rental in an airport of this size.
Miami International Airport is huge! So to make it simpler to navigate, all passengers wishing to use public transport must go from the MIA Station to the Central Station by MIA Mover, a people mover that brings you the 2kms to the transport hub. From here you have access to the Metrobus and Metrorail stations. Metrobus runs 365 days a year and has services to Miami Beach, Key Biscayne, West Miami-Dade, Broward County, Homestead, Florida City and the Middle Keys. The Metrorail runs from Dadeland South the new MIA Metrorail station (Orange Line). Taxis are at the ground level outside arrivals/baggage claim. Hotels shuttles pick up and drop off at the upper departure levels.
Miami has it all; great beaches, sea life, adventures and then the glitzy side of its character with beach bars, clubs, shopping, restaurants and glamour all round. For a taste of the city we recommend a visit to The Sunset Lounge on Miami Beach, you can browse along Lincoln Road, Miami Beach or pop into the Vizcaya Museum & Gardens or El Carajo International for Tapas and Wines. For the adventurers out there try Aqua Jet Miami for a pure adrenaline rush or if you are planning a family holiday don’t miss Miami Children's Museum and Miami Seaquariam. For the trip of a life time, head out of Miami on the 150 mile driver to Key West and experience a true all-American Road Trip.