"At the risk of endangering another family ski vacation, I'm not the least embarrassed to admit that we had a lot of fun in Florida"
Miami International Airport is located just west of the city in an unincorporated suburban area. It's an important hub for traffic between Europe, North America and Latin America.
Fort Lauderdale International Airport is 25-40 minutes north of Miami proper, depending on traffic, and does not have nearly as many international routes. It only offers a small variety.
By trainAmtrak's Silver Service operates two trains daily to Miami from New York City, Washington, D.C. and other cities along the Eastern Seaboard.
By carThere are three main highways coming into Miami. I-95 runs along the Atlantic coast of the United States and terminates in Miami. I-75 comes in from the midwestern United States and runs through Atlanta and Tampa before terminating in Miami. Florida's Turnpike is a toll road mainly useful for those driving in from Orlando. The only southbound route from Miami is U.S. Highway 1, which runs through the Florida Keys all the way to Key West.
By busThere are 5-10 major companies operating to Miami.
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