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Discover the Magic City on a Bus Rental in Miami, Florida

A day trip on a bus rental in Miami, Florida will introduce you to the Magic City in the most luxurious manner!

Miami, Florida

Miami is home to close to 420,000 people and is a major finance, commerce, culture, media, entertainment and arts center. It is also one of Forbes' cleanest cities for 2008 and is the second biggest Spanish-speaking city in the country and the biggest city when it comes to Cuban American population. Get on a bus rental in Miami, Florida and find out why a lot of people fall in love with the city!

A bus rental in Miami, Florida is a very luxurious way to travel. You get on cool and clean buses and be able to travel around the city in the most comfortable and convenient way possible. So call BusRental.com at 1-866-569-2012 and charter one today!

See more than the beaches with a bus rental in Miami, Florida!

While beaches are the city's main draws, Miami also has several attractions you should not miss. From having the best arts and culture attractions to great parks and restaurants, you can visit more of these when you get on a bus rental in Miami, Florida!

Entertainment & Amusement Parks

Jungle Island Miami

Santa's Enchanted Forest is the biggest Christmas theme park in the entire world, featuring more than 100 shows, rises, attractions and games. It is only open during the months of November through early January so do not miss the park if you are in Miami during these months. this is where you could find the tallest Christmas tree in all of South Florida, millions of lights and hundreds of Christmas displays as well.

Then there is Jungle Island, where you could get to meet some great animals such as the zebu, tigers, lions, kangaroos, baboons, lemurs, orangutans, a wide variety of birds, reptiles and rare species of plants.

Arts & Culture

Adrienne Arsht Center Miami

Miami is home to a lot of theater and music venues, art galleries and museums. As such, it has a thriving arts and culture community.

Visit America's second biggest performing arts center, the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts. This recent addition to the city's arts scene is the home of the Florida Grand Opera, which performs at the Ziff Ballet Opera House located within. Other venues inside the Adrienne Arsht Center include the Carnival Studio Theater, the Peacock Rehearsal Studio and the Knight Concert Hall.

While the biggest and most important plays, operas, concerts and performances happen at the Arsht Center, there are other notable performance arts venues here as well such as the:

  • Actor's Playhouse at the Miracle Theater
  • Coconut Grove Playhouse
  • Colony Theater
  • Gusman Center for the Performing Arts
  • Herbert and Nicole Wertheim Performing Arts Center
  • Jackie Gleason Theater
  • Lincoln Theater
  • Manuel Artime Theater
  • New World Center
  • Playground Theater
  • Ring Theater
  • The Fair Expo Center and the Bayfront Park Amphitheater
  • Wertheim Performing Arts Center

When it comes to music, Miami is also a frontrunner with several orchestras, conservatories and symphonies calling it home.

Aside from the Florida Grand Opera, there is also the FIU School of Music, Frost School of Music, Miami City Ballet, Miami Conservatory, Miami Wind Symphony, New World School of the Arts, and New World Symphony Orchestra. On top of these, the city's universities and schools also have their own theater, art and music schools.

The music scene in Miami is very varied with Cuban influences such as rumba and conga. There is also the bachata, merengue, vallenato, reggae, samba, cumbia, konpa, zouk, calypso, steel pan and soca. So there is really a lot of genres to choose from.

Festivals. Miami is also home to several festivals. Be sure to check out the Annual International Ballet Festival, one of the most successful ballet events in the country. The festival often features the world's top ballerinas and has successfully put Miami on the map.

Oktoberfest is hosted by the German American Club and gives you the chance to enjoy a great pint of beer along with German culture and heritage.

The South Miami Art Festival is one of the best art festivals in the country, attracting more than 50,000 visitors in its two days, while the Miami Jazz Fest is a new festival that features the top jazz musicians in the country. Further, you should attend the annual French Film Festival at the MDC Tower Theater.

Other festivals and events you should attend while in Miami include the Carnaval Miami, Miami Book Fair, the Miami Spice Restaurant Month, the South Beach Wine & Food Festival hosted by the Food Network, and Calle Ocho Festival.

Fashion. Miami is a fashion center and has some of the world's top model agencies and models based here. Fashionistas would love the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Miami and Miami Fashion Week.

Art galleries and museums. Downtown Miami has a high concentration of art galleries and museums. Some of the most notable that you should not miss include Frost Art Museum, HistoryMiami, Miami Art Museum, Miami Children's Museum, Miami Science Museum, Miami-Dade Cultural Center, and the Vizcaya Museum and Gardens.

In Miami, art lovers would love the seeing the biggest largest art exhibition in the world called the Olympics of Art. If you are here in December then be sure to drop by and be one of the thousands and thousands of annual visitors here.

Restaurants & Shopping

Miami has a big Latin American population and has some of the best Mexican restaurants in the country, including Cheen Huaye, Talavera, Rosa Mexicano Miami and Paquitos.

And over the years, more and more restaurants are opening in the city. So the restaurant scene is getting crowded and the quality is constantly improving. Check out:

  • DB Bistro Moderne, a Daniel Bouloud restaurant located at the JW Marriott Marquis.
  • De Rodriguez Cuba where Cuban food gets an upscale treatment.
  • Hakkasan, a trendy Chinese restaurant.
  • Joe's Stone Crab is now more than 100 years old and still serves the best seafood and crabs!
  • Michael's Genuine
  • Michy's
  • Naoe where you can find the city's best sushi
  • Palme d'Or
  • Pascal's on Ponce, a contemporary French place
  • Prime 112, Chef Myles Chefetz's famed steakhouse
  • Pubbelly
  • The Bazaar by Jose Andres
  • Yardbird Southern Table and Bar, probably the best restaurant in the area.
  • Zuma, which is under the direction of Chef Rainer Becker.

Shopping in Miami on the other hand will take you to some of the best malls in the area, as well as eclectic shopping streets. For the malls, check out the Dolphin Mall with more than 200 restaurants and retailers under one roof. Then there is the Falls, which is an open air mall.

You can go down Lincoln Road and Collins Avenue where you could get national retailers as well as hip locally-owned boutiques. There is also Bal Harbour, where you could shop with celebrities who come here for Chanel, Valentino and other designer label clothing.

Golf Courses & Sports Venues

Sun Life Stadium Miami

Miami is home to the Florida Panthers, the Miami Dolphins, the Miami Heat, and the Miami Marlins. Other sports teams and events here include Miami United F.C., greyhound racing, jai alai games and the Sony Ericsson Open.

Be sure to go to American Airlines Arena to watch the Heat play, while you should go to Marlins Park to see the Miami Marlins play. Other sports venues you can go to include the Sun Life Stadium, Lockhart Stadium, the FIU Stadium.

Golfers would love staying in Miami as well. The area is home to several prestigious golf tournaments that are either held here or nearby, such as the CA Championship at Doral. But if you are just looking to have a great game, you can go to:

  • Briar Bay Golf Course
  • Calusa Country Club
  • Costa Greens Golf Club, Costa Greens Course
  • Doral Golf Resort
  • Jim McLean Signature Course
  • Killian Greens Golf Club
  • Melreese Country Club
  • Miccosukee Golf and Country Club
  • Palmetto Golf Course (Miami, FL 33157)
  • Westview Country Club

Historical Sites & Landmarks

Miami might be a young city compared to other cities in the country, but that does not mean that it does not have great historic sites and landmarks that you can visit. So be sure to get on a bus rental in Miami and get a taste of history when you visit:

  • The Ancient Spanish Monastery, which was originally built in Spain in the 1140s. It was reassembled in Miami Beach in the 1950s.
  • The oldest house in the country located at Barnacle State Park
  • Deering Estate at Cutler was built by Charles Deering in the 1900s which features a Tequesta burial mound, and three historic buildings.

On top of these, you should visit these National Historic Landmarks:

  • Ferdinand Magellan - U.S. Car No. 1
  • Freedom Tower
  • The Biltmore Hotel
  • The Miami Circle
  • Vizcaya Museum & Gardens

Parks & Outdoor Activities

Lummus Park Beach Miami

The city is blessed with warm tropical weather for the most part of the year and because of this, you can enjoy outdoor activities any time you want. You will appreciate the many rivers, bays, marinas and of course the beaches here. You can go swimming, boating and fishing, as well as scuba diving, and snorkeling as well.

Go to Lummus Park Beach, the 85th Street Beach, Hobie Beach, Bal Harbour Beach, Haulover Beach, and Matheson Hammock Park Beach for the best beaches. Also, there are more than 80 parks in Miami that you can go to.

Check out Greynolds Park, which is very near Aventura and features natural lakes and a whole lot of nature. You can go kayaking, canoeing, and bird watching here. You can also go to South Pointe Park where you can get a great view of the downtown miami skyline, and have outdoor showers. The Oleta River State Park, meanwhile, have great bike trails. You can also ride a kayak or canoe here.

Further, the Alice Wainwright Park gives you a great change of pace with its great views of the bay, exercise and sports equipment, and gazebos. Other parks you can visit in the city include:

  • Bayfront Park
  • Bicentennial Park
  • Evelyn Greer Park
  • Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden
  • Morningside Park
  • Peacock Park
  • Tropical Park
  • Watson Island

Zoos & Aquariums

Zoo Miami

Some of the zoos and aquariums you should visit in Miami, include:

  • Zoological Wildlife Foundation is where you could find some of the most endangered and rarest animal species. You can even get up to them up close. From African lions to American crocodiles and alligators, from black jaguars to Burmese pythons, and even a variety of birds and great cats, you can find it here.
  • Zoo Miami, or the Miami-Dade Zoological Park and Gardens, has more than 2,000 animals from all over the world that you can visit and interact with.
  • The Miami Seaquarium is an oceanarium, the oldest one in the country. It has great marine animals, fish, sharks, sea birds, reptiles, manatees and sea turtles.
  • Neighborhood Fish Farm gives you a great selection of fresh water fish. You can visit or buy these fishes for your own pond.

Other Points of Interest

LGBT Miami

Miami welcomes the LGBT travelers. Just look for the Pink Flamingo certification and you would know that you are in a gay friendly establishment. The climate is fabulous, just like you so go on an LGBT tour here. Start with going to the LGBT visitor Center on Washington Avenue.

Also if you are looking to really relax and live the high life, check out the many spas in the city. You can indulge in a day spa such as the Standard, and Uhma Organic Spa or de-stress in the hotel and beach spas. Miami even offers premium spa treatments for only $99 during Spa Month.

Lastly, Miami has a reputation for being one of the most haunted cities in the country. Strange occurrences and paranormal activity have been reported at Villa Paula Mansion, The Curtiss Mansion, the City of Miami Cemetery, Coconut Grove Cemetery, the Miami River Inn, and the Colony Theatre.

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