Flights Paris - Miami

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Miami is a metropolitan city filled with soaring skyline, vibrant beaches, natural wonders and fun activities.

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Last checked on 19 May 2017
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Trains are 6% more expensive in Miami than in Paris.

Mid-priced restaurant

The average meal is 16% more expensive in Miami than in Paris.

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A taxi fare in Miami is 37% cheaper than in Paris.

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Coffee in Miami is 7% cheaper than in Paris.


To and from the airports

Flights from Paris

Charles de Gaulle and Orly are the two major airports serving the city of Paris. Orly Airport handles majorly domestic flights and it is the second busiest airport in France. Charles de Gaulle Airport is the larger of the two airports and it boasts three main terminals, which feature excellent facilities and services. The airports handle a large number of international and domestic flights from Paris. There are several regular direct flights from Paris to Miami, and connecting flights via Madrid, Amsterdam, Lisbon, London, Frankfurt and Dusseldorf. Travelers flying to other destinations across the world from Paris are also well served.

Getting to Paris airport

Charles de Gaulle Airport is located 14 miles northeast of Paris, while Orly Airport is located about nine miles south of Paris. Getting to Paris airports from the city is quite easy. The most common mode of transport is the rail service, and the Paris suburban rail network is connected to the airports. You can board the Regional Line – RER B from central Paris to Charles de Gaulle or Orly Airport. If you are flying from Charles de Gaulle, you can catch the Roissybus from the city centre to the airport. Other shuttle bus services operate between the city centre and the airports. You can pre-book a taxi for pick-up from your location, prior to your travel date.

Getting to Miami

Miami offers exciting adventures within and outside the city. The city features a wide variety of stunning tourist attractions and entertainment areas. If you are an art lover, you should visit Ocean Drive, Miami Beach's vibrant strip, and explore the renowned art deco Historic District. You can take a drive out of Miami to the Florida Keys – a string of tropical islands – with your friends and relax on the sandy beach while you soak up the sun. Miami is renowned for its pulsating nightlife; you'll find a wide variety of clubs, bars and restaurants in the city. You can visit South Beach, where you can even spot some celebrities.

Getting to the city centre

Your vacation in Miami begins the minute you step off the plane at Miami International Airport. With a wide variety of transport options, getting to the city from the airport is easy. You can take advantage of the cabs at the airport taxi rank to get directly to your location or to the city centre.

There are local buses available at the airports that connect to several points within the city. You'll find some airport shuttle buses at the airport or you could take advantage of the Super Shuttle, which provides door-to-door service to several locations across the city. Alternatively, there are car rental companies at the airport that provide a range of vehicles.