Miami invites guests to enjoy its art deco, secluded beaches, hipster culture and buzzing night life.
Trains are 40% more expensive in Miami than in Madrid.
The average meal is 95% more expensive in Miami than in Madrid.
A taxi fare in Miami is 7% cheaper than in Madrid.
Coffee is 110% more expensive in Miami than in Madrid.
Madrid is the cosmopolitan capital of Spain and is home to over three million residents. Its main airport is Madrid-Barajas Airport, located 12km northeast of the city. The airport is the 5th busiest in Europe and 15th in the world in terms of passenger volume. It is capable of handling over 29 million travelers in its four terminals. Madrid Airport offers a range of facilities and services for the comfort and convenience of passengers including VIP lounges, a pharmacy, meeting rooms and banks. For families with children, there is a kids' zone suited to 0 to 6-year-old children at Terminals 2 and 4. A breast feeding lounge and changing stations are also offered.
There are quite a few ways to get to the airport from downtown Madrid. By Metro, take line 8 (Nuevos Ministerios) to Barajas airport with the final stop at T4. If you are driving your car or a rented vehicle, you can use highways M40, M11, A1, R2 or A2. To take advantage of the bus system, get on Municipal Transport Company (EMT) routes 200, 101, Exprés-203 or N27 Exprés from downtown. Shared bus or shuttle services that can bring you to Barajas from your hotel are also offered. Note that other passengers will also be picked up along the way so you should make an allowance for this when you book your transfer.
Miami has constantly received visitors to its glamorous shores since it first opened its doors a hundred years ago. With a vibrant atmosphere and a stylish reputation, it is not that hard to figure out why guests keep coming. It offers a multicultural experience with distinct Latin and Caribbean flavors from fabulous cuisines to lively events. Explore hipster neighborhoods, delve into the flourishing design district or head to the shops and boutiques. Miami has an unmistakable air of excitement, whether you fancy history or the beach. In the evening, the city's hot spots are going to lure you with parties that never seem to end and bars pulsating with vivacious crowds.
If you are on flights from Madrid to Miami, you will be landing at Miami International Airport, which offers a variety of options to passengers for reaching the city. Taxicabs and SuperShuttle vans can be found at the arrivals hall on the ground level of the terminal. Public transport, such as the Metrobus and Metrorail, are located at Miami Central Station. This is also where you can collect your rental vehicle if you have booked one. To get there, use the MIA Mover train. From the Central Station, you can use bus numbers 7, 37, 42 or 57 or the metro train. An alternative is to use hotel shuttles.