Find cheap flights to Miami (MIA)
You are never more than 60 miles away from a beach in Florida, and Miami has one of the most glorious. Filled with the beautiful people, it is laidback, slightly whacky, and (nearly) always sunny. In fact it has so many attributes, many people who take flights to Miami decide not to come back.
However for return flights Miami bound, look no further than BudgetAir for great deals. Then soon you could be sunning yourself on Miami Beach or marvelling at the art deco-filled streets in the Art Deco Historic District that contains about 1,200 buildings.
Booking your flights to Miami
Thinking ahead about when you want your flights to Miami is key to getting cheaper tickets. It is even cheaper if you book your flights to Miami midweek or off-season. But the best bet for dirt cheap flights to Miami is to look at BudgetAir and what is has on offer.
For international flights Miami International Airport is where you will land. Once you disembark from your flights Miami central is just six miles to the east. Some flights to Miami land at Fort Lauderdale which is only half an hour from Miami International. Booking your flights to Miami through BudgetAir will get you the cheapest deal possible.
What to do when you get there
Apart from people watching and topping up your tan on Miami Beach, there is plenty to do in this area, like strolling down the European-inspired Espanola Way littered with lively bars and restaurants. Then there is the Wolfsonian, a collection encompassing industrial design, transport and advertising, all from the 19th and 20th centuries.
Inland from the beaches are the exotic sounding areas of Coconut Grove and Coral Gables. The Venetian Pool is a must-try even just the once. It is not just a swimming pool but incorporates grottos and waterfalls, and is fed by a spring.
Coconut Grove offers a Renaissance-style villa with stunning gardens, while the Miami Museum of Science & Planetarium has a wildlife centre as well as ever-changing exhibitions. For children, there is the Miami Metrozoo with Komodo dragons and elephants, or Monkey Jungle where visitors are the ones behind glass and the monkeys run free.