Introduction

The Miami International Airport is located on NW 72nd Avenue in North Miami Beach, FL 33141. The airport has two terminals: the North Terminal (gate numbers N1-N12) and the South Terminal (gate numbers S1-S26). The two terminals share one runway and two concourses, making it easy to switch between them during your stay in South Florida.

How to get from Miami Airport to South beach

  • Taxi

The easiest way to get from the Miami International Airport to South Beach is by taxi. The trip takes about 30 minutes and costs between $55 and $65, depending on traffic. It’s also the most expensive option, so if you want to save money on your transportation costs, rent a car instead of taking a taxi. However, if you don’t know how to drive or don’t have a license in your country of origin—or if there are other reasons why taking public transportation might not be an option for you—a taxi is a reliable choice that will get you where you need to go without stress or hassle (and without having to wait in line).

  • Bus

If you arrive at MIA late at night or during low season when most buses aren’t running, take advantage of their 24/7 service by walking outside baggage claim door and catching bus route #100 directly into Downtown Miami. The ride takes about 1 hour 20 minutes with departures every 30-40 minuets until 2 am (depending on day). The fare is $2 per person each way; exact change is preferred but not required

There are 3 main ways to get from Miami Airport: by car (private or rental), by bus, or by taxis.

There are 3 main ways to get from Miami Airport: by car (private or rental), by bus, or by taxis.

The cheapest option is the bus – it’s just $2.25 one-way and takes about 45 minutes to get downtown. It departs every 30 minutes on weekdays, less frequently at night and on weekends; you can buy tickets at the airport but they’re only good for that day and time, so if you have more flexibility with your itinerary, it might be better to just buy them in advance online instead. A taxi is usually the fastest way from airport to South Beach – expect about a 15-20 minute trip for about $30-$40 total depending on traffic conditions and distance traveled (plus tip). If you’ve got a lot of luggage with you or need to lug some heavy items around town like surfboards or guitars after landing in Miami, then renting an SUV will likely be more convenient than taking public transportation; however these prices can easily run as high as $400 per day depending on which model car/SUV size/mileage allowance level etcetera).

By car

This is the easiest way to get out of Miami airport. If you have decided on a car hire company, then this step will be easy. However, if you have managed to get a car at the airport, then it is recommended that you book in advance as they are limited and tend to be on high demand.

Once you have booked your car, it’s time to get it! You will need to present your valid driving license and credit card at pick up time so that payment can be made directly from them (most companies charge around $30-60 for insurance). A valid ID must also be presented but this can vary depending on which company’s vehicle rental service is hired; some only require drivers with 25+ years old while some require drivers who are 21+.

If you are heading to the beach then it is recommended that you hire a car and drive. The journey takes around 30 minutes and will not require any major detours. Rental cars can be hired directly at the airport, but it is advisable to book in advance as prices can fluctuate wildly depending on the time of year. Taking a taxi will cost around $60 one way and, although fast, are not recommended for tourists unfamiliar with the city;

If you are heading to the beach then it is recommended that you hire a car and drive. The journey takes around 30 minutes and will not require any major detours. Rental cars can be hired directly at the airport, but it is advisable to book in advance as prices can fluctuate wildly depending on the time of year. Taking a taxi will cost around $60 one way and, although fast, are not recommended for tourists unfamiliar with the city;

If you have never driven in Miami before then make sure that your driver knows where he/she is going and check whether insurance covers accidents or theft. When driving on highways keep an eye out for speed bumps – they are very common here!

By bus

It is possible to get from Miami International Airport to South Beach by bus, but it’s not recommended for tourists. The best part about taking this mode of transportation is that it’s the cheapest way that you can get there without having to walk or use a taxi. The downside of course is that the ride takes longer than other modes of transport, which may cause problems if you’re in a rush or looking for a quicker option. It’s also not recommended if you are traveling by yourself late at night as there have been reports of theft on buses travelling between Miami International Airport and South Beach.

The cheapest method of transport from the airport is via public bus, which costs $2.35 and departs from various locations around the airport. The journey from Miami Airport to South Beach will take around 50 minutes, but during rush hour this can increase up to 2 hours!

The cheapest method of transport from the airport is via public bus, which costs $2.35 and departs from various locations around the airport. The journey from Miami Airport to South Beach will take around 50 minutes, but during rush hour this can increase up to 2 hours!

If you’re planning on traveling with a lot of luggage or have children that need seats then it’s probably best to take a taxi as these are more expensive than buses but less time consuming and will allow you to keep your bags secure in the vehicle. If you’re not sure how much luggage you’ll be carrying then it may be worth considering taking a taxi just so that you know what kind of fares are likely to cost before getting there – especially if traveling with children or having lots of bags!

Airport transfers typically cost between $45-$75 per person depending on whether they go directly from A-B (with no stops) or include stops along the way for tourist attractions etcetera.”

By taxi

Taxis are available directly outside the airport. A taxi from MIA to South Beach costs about $50-$60, including tip. In addition to being more expensive than the public transportation options listed above, taxis generally take longer because they are not as direct; if you’re in a rush and can’t spare the time for it, this may not be your best option. If you’re willing to pay extra for ease and convenience, though, a taxi will definitely get you from point A to point B quickly and safely—and it doesn’t have to cost an arm and a leg either!

Taxis are available directly outside the airport and can take you directly to your destination in South Beach for approximately $50-$60, including tip (taxi prices average between $2 per mile). Journey times vary depending on traffic but should take no more than 20-30 minutes to reach your destination without any major detours.

Taxis are available directly outside the airport and can take you directly to your destination in South Beach for approximately $50-$60, including tip (taxi prices average between $2 per mile). Journey times vary depending on traffic but should take no more than 20-30 minutes to reach your destination without any major detours.

Taxi drivers are not allowed to charge more than the meter reads during rainy weather conditions or if it is late at night/early morning when traffic slows down considerably. If a driver tries charging you more than what is shown on the meter, then he/she would be breaking US law and could face penalties or even jail time!

Conclusion

We hope this article has been helpful in deciding which method of transportation best suits your needs. If you are feeling adventurous and want to explore some of the surrounding areas outside of South Beach, then renting a car is a great idea! If not then it may be worth considering taking the bus or taxi as they are much cheaper options with faster journey times than taxis.