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Basic info and car hire in Miami

Location: Southeastern Florida, USA

Population: 5,502,379 inhabitants in the large Metropolitan area and 453,579 estimated inhabitants in the city of Miami.

Official language: English. However, with a large amount of “Latinos” living in Miami, Spanish is spoken everywhere. 

Currency: US dollar (USD).

Weather: Miami is known for semi-tropical climate, where the weather year-round is very stable in temperature, with long hot and humid summers and mild and dry winters. Air-conditioning is a daily bread here!

Public holidays in Miami: Don’t be surprised by holiday work hours and check for Miami public holidays in advance

Internet coverage: Miami is a modern US city and you’ll have access to Wi-Fi almost on every corner. Hotels, restaurants and bars offer a free access.

Road conditions: Road conditions in Miami are generally good, it's the driver’s you must worry about.

About Miami

Bienvenidos a Miami! A car rental at Miami Airport will be your best choice for moving around Miami, as car is king in this city! A splendid city, located at the river mouth on the Florida peninsula is a port city with a strong Cuban influence. With some Spanish, you’ll be able to get around easier, but don’t you worry, English is still the official language in Miami!

Naturally protected by the Biscayne Keys, the area to the south of Miami prides itself with outstanding lowlands that are home to unique wildlife. Miami will be a great vacation, whether you have cultural interests or if you’re a nature lover. Especially with a car rental in Miami, you won’t get disappointed by this hot city!

Driving in Miami

Don’t be intimidated by the Miami speciality, known as the “Miami driver”, a honking, disrespectful to the speed limits and pedestrians driver. If you’ll be careful when driving  we’re sure you’ll be just fine. And don’t forget to pay special attention at the road crossings, as you cannot rely on other people. That’s all, and mind the speed limits to avoid being pulled-off by police.

  • Age limits: In the USA, 15 years old can obtain a learners license and can drive if accompanied by an adult. A car rental may charge you a young driver’s fee, generally if you’re younger then 25. A car rental in Miami might also require 2 years of driving experience to be able to rent a car.
  • International Driving Permit: Yes
  • Additional papers: Bring your travel and car rental insurance. Passport, driving license and your credit card, to rent your car in Miami.
  • Children in the car: As stated by the Florida’s law, children younger the 3 years of age, must be seated in a built-in child seat or a separate car seat, appropriately fastened. Children under 5 years of age must be secured in a child restraint system.
  • Driving side of the road:
  • General speed limits: Unless stated otherwise by traffic signs, speed limits in a residential area is 30 mph, in a downtown business area is 25 mph. On the NW 36 street the speed limits is 40 mph.

Parking suggestions: Miami is a densely populated, and as such, cars are tightly packed on parking lots. Take care of the parking fees and you’ll do just fine.

Drive your rental car around Miami

Once you visited all the main points of interest in the city of Miami (don’t miss the Calle Ocho, to get a special peak into the Cuban life), you should truly take all the advantages that a car rental in Miami brings you. Head towards the south of Florida and visit the Florida Everglades National Park where you’ll find a special habitat of the wetlands. Take an air-boat ride and explore this unique wildlife area.

What to see in Miami

Miami offers so much more then sunbathing and sipping cocktails on its sandy beaches. It is famous for its Art Deco architecture, Street Art on the Wynwood Walls and museums, so take some time off, and visit the other face of Miami.

Miami offers so much more then sunbathing and sipping cocktails on its sandy beaches. It is famous for its Art Deco architecture, Street Art on the Wynwood Walls and museums, so take some time off, and visit the other face of Miami.

Our favourite spots

Hotels in Miami

Where to eat, drink and party in Miami

Miami has a strong Latin American influence, which you'll be able to experience everywhere: from the cuban dishes when eating outside, to the tequila served in your glass in a bar. And we should not forget the music - clubs in Miami are full of Salsa, reggaeton and other Latin American music. 

Miami has a strong Latin American influence, which you'll be able to experience everywhere: from the cuban dishes when eating outside, to the tequila served in your glass in a bar. And we should not forget the music - clubs in Miami are full of Salsa, reggaeton and other Latin American music. 

Major events and festivals