Getting Around Miami

There are several ways to navigate Miami. But since the city covers a fairly big area, it might not be feasible to explore the city by foot, especially if you want to check out as many attractions as you can with the limited time that you have.

Getting Around Miami

By Rail: Miami’s Metrorail operates every day from morning till midnight. A one-way trip currently costs $2.25. The Metromover, on the other hand, is a form of free transportation, which you can access in Brickell and Downtown. Expect crowded cars during rush hours.

By Bus or Trolley: A single bus trip costs $2.25. Take note that drivers only accept cash and coins. Trolleys, on the other hand, are another free form of transportation. They come every 15 minutes and can be a fun experience for a first-timer in Miami.

By Car: If you want to make the most out of your day trip, getting an Uber is probably your best bet. There’s plenty of drivers that you can hail, you won’t have to worry about finding a parking spot, and it’s undoubtedly the most comfortable way to explore the city.