|Welcome to Miami. Art-deco architecture, a buzzing club scene, and a colorful
culture that spans everything from salsa music in Little Havana to traditional arts and crafts in Little Haiti. Just a few of the reasons
Miami is a great place to start your cruise vacation. Whether you're looking for non-stop nightlife, shows by some of the biggest names in
entertainment, or just a warm, sunny spot on the beach, this incredible destination has it all. Play a picturesque 18 holes of golf, try a
variety of fun watersports, or go on a deep-sea fishing adventure. With easy access Atlantic waters, Miami offers an incredible variety of
tropical cruise destinations. Cruise from Miami to the Bahamas, the Caribbean, or even the exotic Panama Canal.
Looking for a no-hassle, no-headache way to take that cruise you've been dreaming of? Forget about connecting flights, complicated planning, and cross-country hikes just to get on your ship. Your answer could be just a short drive or flight away.
With sailings from any one of 21 conveniently located U.S. ports, saving yourself time, money, and stress has never been easier. Plus, all your meals, accommodations, and most activities are paid for in one low upfront price. So get the most out of your travel dollar, and cruise from close-to-home!
|Miami, FL, is home to the largest cruise ship port in the world, and is a fabulous city to explore either before your
cruise departs or after your return. The only major U.S. city founded by a woman (Julia Tuttle), Miami takes pride in its diverse history,
culture, and population. From the glitzy nightclubs and shopping of South Beach to the natural wonders of Everglades National Park and a
stunning collection of Art Deco Architecture, Miami appeals to all tastes, and all ages. Whether you like sunshine, salsa, or sports, Miami
has it all. The climate here is mild year-round, which makes it a very popular international resort destination, and has helped make tourism
one of Miami's top industries. Some of the world's best golf, tennis, and sporting facilities can be found in Miami, as well as excellent
boating, fishing, and watersport opportunities. The city of Miami occupies less than 36 square miles of land, and is home to over half a
million people. It is located on the southeast tip of Florida, 23 miles south of Ft. Lauderdale. There is an endless array of activities
to do, and sights to see in Miami – here are just a few highlights:
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Port of Miami – Dodge Island
1015 N. American Way
Miami, FL 33132
Parking is available in garages near the cruise terminals, and no reservations are required. Long-term parking is $20 per day (subject to change). Space for oversized vehicles is available, though rates vary depending on the size of the vehicle. Fees are payable by cash, major credit cards, or travelers checks.
Taxis are readily available for affordable rates to and from the port. Many of the major car rental brands accommodate cruise passengers on longer stays as well.