Explore Miami on a Miami Bus Tour
Vacationing in Miami always has its rewards thanks to some terrific weather and numerous attractions you can
enjoy. Florida is the Sunshine State, and with good reason so if you happen to make a trip, make sure to soak in
the sun and visit the city’s famous landmarks and other interesting places.
As a tourist hotspot, Miami has a constant stream of visitors who come to enjoy its beaches, eclectic mix of
cultures, nightlife, great music and food, Art Deco attractions, and many of its historical landmarks.
One of the best ways to soak in the sights and sounds of Miami is on a bus tour. Double Decker Tours have
been in vogue since the past few decades and is a convenient way to make the most of what the city has to offer.
A Choice of City Tours
Several operators including Island Queen Cruise offer double decker tours in Miami that cover all the main
areas, Art Deco attractions and must-see places with the main stops at South Beach, Downtown Miami, and
Coconut Grove. These tours feature live guides who provide valuable insight on Miami’s history, public art, Art
Deco, and literature.
There are departures every half hour so it’s easy to hop on and hop off anywhere you desire. In the city loop,
departures are from the Central Station between 8.30 am to 5 pm while the last bus departs at 5 pm. In the beach
loop, there are departures every 15 to 20 minutes, with each tour lasting around 90 minutes. Central station,
Vizcaya Museum, Coconut Grove, Biltmore Hotel, Coral Gables Downtown, and Little Havana are some of the
areas covered in the city loop.
Visit Miami’s Popular Landmarks
The routes cover most landmarks from Miami Beach to Little Havana. Take the beach route if you want to visit
Miami Beach, Art Deco District and Coconut Grove. The city route takes you through beautiful Coral Gables,
Holocaust Memorial Museum and Little Havana. Miami also has hundreds of lesser known landmarks
associated with Hollywood movie stars like Madonna, Sylvester Stallone, and the late Michael Jackson along
with others like the Versace Mansion and the CIA Top Secret Boat House, which are worth a visit.
City Sightseeing and Miami Double Decker, also offers a range of Open top Double Decker Tours. This operator has
both professional tour guides with audio available in several languages. These tours cover two routes, including the
famous Ocean Drive, Soho Beach Club, Freedom Tower and Magic City Route with Miracle Mile and Domino Park in
Open top city tours offer a different perspective of Miami although you won’t experience another side of Miami
and its street-level quirks, Old World charms, beach bodies, and extended coffee breaks. For those, there are
many ways to get around and that includes biking and walking tours.
They are also great ways to explore Miami at your own pace. For more tips on how to make the most of your
vacation a memorable one give us a call. We can take care of your bookings, packages, and just about
everything set you on track for a splendid holiday.