Posted on Sunday, 03.07.2010
Accommodations Miami Beach - Vacation Rentals Miami Beach
Miami has more road rage incidents then any other citiy in the United States and is one of the worst cities for driving. Because of this and to avoid the heavy traffic we suggest you visit Miami without a car.
As you plan your next accommodations Miami Beach consider not renting a car. In Miami Beach you can check in to your Miami Beach hotel or vacation rentals Miami Beach and walk to the beach or attractions and enjoy plenty of Miami nightlife with a car. If you visit Miami without a car you certainly won't have to worry about finding a parking spot!
Getting around Miami and Miami Beach without a car is easy. Some vacation rentals Miami Beach provide bikes for you to rent, (www.MiamiHabitat.com). Vacationers have several public transportation options other than scooter rentals and cabs.
The South Beach Local
For those with accommodations Miami Beach this is the best way to go. The South Beach Local for only a quarter (25 cents) will take you from 1st Street to 17th Street and back. South Beach Local makes getting around in South Beach a breeze with numerous stops, and service running every 10 to 15 minutes every day.
For more information on fairs and route schedules, got to: South Beach Local.
The Metrobus offers service from Miami Beach to West Miami Dade and from the Middle Keys to the southern portion of Broward County. The fares start $1.50 and if you know you will have to change buses, ask for a transfer and the next leg is free.
For information ons fairs and routes schedules, go to: Metrobus Miami.
The Miami Metro Rail
For $1.50 a person the Miami Metrorail runs from the Omni Station downtown Miami to Dadeland in the south to Palmetto in the west. For those that visit Miami without a car and staying in South Beach, there are buses every 20 minutes that will take you to the Omni Station where you can catch the Metro rail.
For information on fairs and route schedules, go to: Metrorail Miami.
Taxis are common throughout Miami and Miami Beach and are easily accessible at Miami hotels and cab stands throughout the city. However, Miami is a walking city, so we suggest you pack your comfortable shoes before boarding the plane.