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With the Atlantic Ocean on the east and the Everglades on the west, Miami is synonymous with sun, surf, and sand. Miami’s metropolitan area is the largest in the state of Florida, with over 5.4 million people.

When you think of Miami, you probably think of the beaches — but there’s plenty more to see and do, and a charter bus rental from Metropolitan Shuttle can help you get there.

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Miami has a subtropical savannah climate, meaning it has only two real seasons: warm and dry, and hot and wet. The summers tend to be in the upper 80s, and the lows rarely drop below 60. What does this mean for visitors and tourists? Beach weather, all year round.

Miami is also famous for its unique take on cuisine. Known as New World, Nuevo Latino or Florribian, Miami cuisine is influenced by Latino communities from Florida to Argentina — a unique food experience you won’t get anywhere else.

Is it time to book a Miami party bus rental? Here are just a few of the experiences you can enjoy in the city.

Miami Beach

Technically a separate municipality, Miami Beach is an island, accessible from the mainland by a series of bridges. Miami Beach is home not only to its beaches, surf, and sunbathing, but the many shops and restaurants around the colorful and historical Art Deco District. At the southern end of Miami Beach is South Beach, one of the most popular summer attractions in the city.

Ocean Drive

While in Miami Beach, lovers of architecture can enjoy the historical flavor of Ocean Drive, perhaps from the comfort of a minibus rental. Ocean Drive in Miami is home to many Art Deco buildings from the 1920s and 1930s, including the Beacon, the Breakwater, and the Waldorf Towers.

Bayside Marketplace

Visitors who come to Miami with an eye toward shopping will find a paradise at the Bayside Marketplace. Overlooking a waterfront full of tour boats and water taxis, the Marketplace is home to over a hundred and fifty specialty shops. Restaurants, cafes, and daily live entertainment can also be found at Bayside, often listed as one of the best places in Miami to find live music.

Vizcaya Museum and Gardens

An extremely popular destination for wedding and other special events, the Vizcaya Museum and Gardens is a 50-acre estate surrounded by native forest. The European-style museum (formerly a villa built in 1916) features seventy rooms filled with historical artifacts and furniture spanning the 15th through 19th centuries. The Vizcaya Museum and Gardens has been a locale for state visits (including the 1987 meeting between Ronald Reagan and Pope John Paul II),and its exterior was recently featured in the film Iron Man 3.The Vizcaya Museum and Gardens is the perfect destination for a charter bus tour group.

Little Havana

For those seeking a more local flavor, the Cuban district of Miami offers restaurants, specialty shops, Latin music, murals, and art. There won’t be many traditional tourist attractions here — but with the help of a charter bus rental, you could enjoy the parks, theaters, and Cuban cuisine on offer in Little Havana.

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If you are planning to travel in Miami by car or taxi, there are a few things you should know. Surveys regularly rate Miami drivers the rudest in the country, which may be challenging to visiting drivers looking for a relaxing experience. Also, most taxis in Miami are not allowed to pick up passengers at random locations — in other words, you can’t simply flag down a taxi in the street if you need one.

If you’re looking for an easier way to get around the city — whether it’s a cheap party bus rental or a shuttle bus — consider Metropolitan Shuttle for your transportation needs. We pride ourselves on being one of the safest and most reliable charter bus companies in Miami.

Need to rent a bus? Call Metropolitan Shuttle at 1-866-556-3545 or request a free quote, and let’s see what we can do for you.


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