Miami Car Rentals
Pack your sunscreen, grab a hat and don't forget your cool shades: As Will Smith once said, Miami is a party in the city where the heat is on. It can get hot in South Florida, but there are also lots of ways to have fun and enjoy yourself. Here are some spots you will want to check out when traveling to Miami.
Hop in your Miami rental car, open the sunroof and enjoy the drive into Miami's Little Havana neighborhood, and a trip to Marlins Park at 501 Marlins Way. The home to the Miami Marlins of Major League Baseball, the stadium is a great place to catch an exciting game and find a slice of local flavor. Fans can try local cuisine, including Cuban sandwiches and carne asada tacos, and view artwork created by Miami natives.
Along with the food, the baseball experience at Marlins Park is not traditional in any sense. Behind home plate is an aquarium that features tropical fish, and beyond the center field fence sits a sculpture that moves and splashes water when a Marlins player hits a homerun. Come to Marlins Park rain or shine, as the stadium has a retractable roof to guarantee ideal conditions for the game.
Zoological Wildlife Foundation
The chance to see amazing animals up close and personal is one visitors to Miami should not miss. Take a drive to 16225 SW 172nd Ave. and check out the Zoological Wildlife Foundation. With a mission to educate the public about rare and endangered species, the foundation gives homes to animals that otherwise wouldn't have a place to live.
Guests can take guided tours through the 5-acre zoo, where they will learn about and have a chance to see exotic wildlife such as lions, toucans and camels.
Art Deco District
Visitors to Miami have to explore:
- South Beach
- The nightlife
- Social hub of the city
The best way to do that is to drive you Miami rental car to 1001 Ocean Drive, and explore the Art Deco District and the rest of what Miami has to offer. Travelers can explore the beach and have fun in the Atlantic Ocean, or go on an exploration of the region's art history, with galleries and stores lining the streets that reflect the past, present and future of South Florida. There is also plenty of fun to be had after the sun sets, as South Beach is home to many restaurants, bars and clubs.