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History & culture

Miami’s rich history is a fascinating tapestry of cultural influences, including Native American, Spanish, African, and Caribbean roots. This melting pot of cultures has shaped the city’s identity and can be observed through its architecture, art, and local customs.

Food & drink

Miami, a bustling cosmopolitan city in Florida, is known for its stunning beaches, vibrant culture, and delectable food scene. Miami’s culinary scene is as diverse as its cultural heritage. With an abundance of flavours and influences, the city offers a gastronomic adventure like no other. Sample the famous Cuban sandwich, a mouth-watering mix of roasted pork, ham, Swiss cheese, pickles, and mustard on Cuban bread, or indulge in a scrumptious plate of shrimp and grits, a true Southern staple. Miami is also home to an impressive array of fine dining establishments, where you can savour innovative dishes prepared by renowned chefs. From oceanfront seafood restaurants to chic rooftop bars, the city’s food and drink offerings cater to every taste and occasion. 

Featured Miami Destinations to visit

As a prime cruise destination, the city offers an array of activities and attractions that cater to every taste and preference. From sunbathing on its pristine shores to exploring its rich history and indulging in its diverse culinary offerings, Miami promises a memorable journey for all its visitors.

Miami Beach and Ocean Drive

Ocean Drive is one of the most famous and lively streets in Miami Beach. During the day, Ocean Drive is a hub for people-watching, sunbathing, and beach activities. As the sun sets, Ocean Drive transforms into a nightlife hotspot, with the sounds of music and laughter filling the air. A walk along Ocean Drive is a fascinating journey through Miami’s architectural history, as the street is home to numerous well-preserved Art Deco buildings, including the iconic Colony Hotel, The Carlyle, and the Breakwater Hotel. The pastel-coloured facades, neon lights, and striking geometric designs make Ocean Drive a photographer’s dream and an essential stop on any Miami itinerary.

Little Havana

Experience the heart of Miami’s Cuban community in the bustling neighbourhood of Little Havana. Stroll along Calle Ocho, where you can discover colourful murals, lively streets, and the rhythmic sounds of salsa music. Be sure to visit Domino Park, indulge in traditional Cuban cuisine, and watch skilled artisans’ hand-roll cigars at local shops.

Everglades National Park

A natural wonderland on your Miami cruise. An excursion to the Everglades National Park is an exceptional addition to any Miami cruise itinerary, offering a refreshing contrast to the bustling city life and a chance to immerse yourself in one of the world’s most unique ecosystems. Just a short drive from the Port of Miami, the park provides an opportunity for cruise passengers to embark on an unforgettable adventure into a remarkable natural wonderland.

What not to miss in Miami

Miami Seaquarium

Perfect for families and marine life enthusiasts, the Miami Seaquarium is home to a diverse range of aquatic animals, including dolphins, sea lions, and killer whales. In addition to exciting animal shows, the Seaquarium offers a variety of interactive exhibits and experiences, such as swimming with dolphins or exploring the park’s underwater reef.

Vizcaya Museum & Gardens

Step back in time at this enchanting Italian Renaissance-style villa and estate, which boasts stunning European antiques and art collections. Nestled on Biscayne Bay, the meticulously maintained gardens feature fountains, sculptures, and a variety of exotic plants offering a serene escape from the bustling city.

Bayside Marketplace

This vibrant outdoor shopping centre offers a variety of shops, restaurants, and entertainment options. Enjoy the beautiful views of Biscayne Bay, take a sightseeing cruise, or simply relax and people-watch as you sip a refreshing drink.    

Tips for cruising to Miami

Currency considerations

While in Miami, it’s important to note that the official currency is the US Dollar (USD). It is advisable to carry cash in small denominations, as many small businesses, street vendors, and public transportation services may not accept credit cards. ATMs are widely available throughout the city, but make sure to check with your bank about potential foreign transaction fees. In restaurants and bars, tipping is customary, with a standard rate of 15-20% of the total bill for good service.

Customs and traditions to be aware of 

Miami’s diverse and multicultural community is one of its most defining aspects. While the city is quite open and welcoming, it’s essential to be aware of and respectful towards the various customs and traditions of the different cultural groups that call Miami home. In Little Havana, for instance, you’ll find a strong Cuban influence, and it’s not uncommon for locals to greet each other with a warm hug or kiss on the cheek. Be prepared to adapt to a more laid-back and relaxed pace of life, often referred to as “Miami time.”

Making the most use of short durations in port

If your cruise stop in Miami is brief, it’s essential to prioritize your activities to make the most of your time. Choose a few top attractions that are close to each other to minimize travel time. A great way to see multiple sights quickly is by joining a guided tour, whether by bus, bike, or even a Segway. Alternatively, you could opt for a hop-on-hop-off sightseeing bus that allows you to explore at your own pace while still covering a significant number of attractions.


Miami offers a variety of transportation options for visitors. The Metromover, a free automated train system, covers downtown Miami, making it a convenient and cost-effective way to navigate the city centre. The Metrorail and Metrobus systems provide affordable connections to major attractions, neighbourhoods, and the Miami International Airport. Taxis and rideshare services like Uber and Lyft are also widely available. If you prefer a more active mode of transport, consider renting a bike from one of the many Citi Bike stations scattered throughout the city.

FAQs about cruising to Miami

We have put together the following FAQs. We hope that you will be able to find an answer to your question below, but if you require further assistance, please do not hesitate to contact our customer service team

  • What is the best month to cruise from Miami?

Typically, the peak cruise season for Miami runs from November through April, when the weather is generally warm and sunny. If you prefer to avoid crowds and are looking for lower prices, consider cruising during the shoulder seasons of May or October, when the weather is still pleasant, but there are fewer tourists.

  • What Caribbean Island is closest to Miami?

The closest Caribbean island to Miami is Bimini, which is part of The Bahamas. Located just 50 miles (80 kilometres) east of Miami, Bimini is a popular destination for day trips and short getaways, offering pristine beaches, crystal-clear waters, and a laid-back atmosphere. Cruise lines often include Bimini or other nearby Bahamian islands, such as Nassau and Freeport, in their itineraries due to their close proximity to Miami.

  • Where can you sail from Miami?

Miami is a major cruise hub, and from here, you can sail to a wide variety of destinations. Some popular options include: Caribbean Islands cruises, The Bahamas cruises, cruises to Central America and transatlantic voyages