Port of Miami: Before and after

Port of Miami: Before and after

The fact of choosing the magical city as a tourist destination is right, and if you know that the most important cruises in the world depart from Miami port, it is undoubtedly an additional point that you should keep in mind.

Add a minimum of 2 days to the itinerary (before or after) of your cruise, which will allow you to complete the experience. Only at a 15 minutes ride by car you will find nearby places such as Miami Beach, South Beach and it’s Art Deco history, renowned restaurants and the most chic places to go shopping.

The port of Miami has managed to get the city cataloged as the "Cruise Capital of the World", thanks to the numerous shipping companies that use it as a starting point to other destinations. Therefore do not miss the opportunity to learn more about the City of the Sun.

Plan your trip and guarantee its quality

All travel, whether for business or pleasure should be planned, trying to have nothing to do to ensure a satisfactory experience and if the idea is to take a cruise from Miami port, it is good to know the activities you can do and places to meet before or after your cruise on the high seas.

Enter here and discover the documentation that you must have on hand at the time of a cruise from Miami.

Within walking distances from the harbor there are fascinating places for those who want to visit, Miami Beach, Wynwood and Downtown.

Miami Beach

15 minutes by car from the port awaits you, which is perhaps the popular area par excellence, along with South Beach and its miles of white sand and turquoise blue water are living history of modernity and of long standing, with the largest amount of Art Deco buildings in the world.

Pérez Art Museum Miami, PAMM

Photo by Pérez Art Museum Miami

Located on the shores of Biscayne Bay, with more than 20 thousand square meters of construction, this impressive structure integrates architecture and nature. Dedicated to the promotion and dissemination of the art of the 20th and 21st centuries, its spacious exhibition rooms and its huge windows bathed with natural light invite you to enjoy captivating views of Miami.


1103 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL 33132


Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science of Miami 

Photo by Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science

A technological and futuristic structure located on the banks of Biscayne Bay, seeking essentially the interaction of people with science and knowledge, contributing to the creation of an education that includes technology, engineering and mathematics as disciplines that allow a better understanding between human beings and their surrounding world.


1101 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL 33132


Brickell City Center

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An imposing and luxurious complex of buildings integrated by condominium towers, offices, 5-star hotel and an extraordinary outdoor mall with more than 9 thousand square meters, more than 100 renowned stores, great restaurants and designer’s boutiques where to make purchases full of glamour


701 S Miami Ave, Miami, FL 33130


Bayside Marketplace

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Located in Downtown Miami, this shopping and leisure center has more than 150 clothing, craft and restaurant stores, with enviable views of Vizcaya Bay, a pleasant place to walk and eat.


401 Biscayne Blvd R106, Miami


Port of Miami: Hotels where to rest

Another benefit of Miami, is its great hotel infrastructure where you can get from the most luxurious accommodations, to the most modest but comfortable places, where to recharge your passion for the adventures that you are about to live.

To make your trip more comfortable, we have listed the best hotels with shuttle to the port, and the necessary information if you will make a cruise from Miami, allowing you in a simple way the choice of the one that best suits your needs.

Enjoying Miami before or after a cruise is a good option, and the city has all the elements to make your visit extraordinary.