There’s no place like Miami. When it comes to cruise port, it won’t be easy for you to find other ports that are as “colorful” as the Port of Miami. Great nature, wonderful tourist attractions, various water sports, fantastic eco-tourism, lots of golf courses, excellent beaches, various shopping areas and all kinds of cuisines. This is also one of the few places in the world where you often have to brake when driving just to avoid running over an alligator.
Port of Miami – The Jewel of Florida
Whether Miami is your embarkation port, debarkation port or a port of call mid-cruise, it’s always great to spend time chilling in Miami to enjoy the weather and various interesting attractions.
South Beach – This waterfront district has it all, from a beautiful beach, nice cafes and restaurants, boutiques and shops, also many historic buildings.
Bayside Marketplace – Need more excellent options for shopping and dining? Then Bayside Marketplace is the place to go. Only a 15-minute walk from the port along the Caribbean Way, the Boston’s Fanueil Hall and Baltimore’s Harborplace offer various options for dining and shopping. You can also find fishing charters and tour boats in the area.
Mildred and Claude Pepper Bayfront Park – This is a beautiful park with a wonderful small sand beach, waterwall, a tropical rock garden, a light tower and a cascading fountain. There is also a monument to honor World War II veterans, Christopher Columbus, and a memorial for the Challenger astronauts.
Key Biscayne – This is a fantastic island connected to Miami with Rickenbacker Causeway and two bridges. It has a beautiful beach and surrounding nature, there is also the Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Recreation Area and the Miami Seaquarium.
Little Havana – Experience the Cuban taste in this legendary neighborhood. Visit the El Credito Cigar Factory to see how the famous Cuban cigars are made or enjoy some Cuban foods in local diners.