When to Fly
Miami enjoys a subtropical climate that ensures plenty of sunshine all year round. Sun protection is advised, even when temperatures are moderated by cool ocean breezes. Rainfall occurs mainly during summer (June – August) and early autumn (October) but that shouldn`t stop you from booking a cheap flight to Miami and enjoy what the city has to offer.
A lot of tourists from the Northern Hemisphere who are looking to escape the winter chill at home book flights to Miami from January through April when temperatures are in the teens to low 20s with blue skies and crisp air.
The weather in June, July, and August is extremely hot and humid with the possibility of rain almost every day, but this is also a good time to bag a bargain. However watch out for the hurricane season which, officially, runs from June to November.
May and October through early December can be great times to take a flight to Miami.
Every March Bayfront Park in Downtown Miami transforms into an electronic dance music haven for individuals to come and rave, dance and party together. The weekend-long festival hosts live sets by some of the world’s most famous DJs and performers making it one of the biggest names in the electronic dance music scene. More than 50,000 people have attended the festival in the past to watch artists such as Fatboy Slim, Madonna and Calvin Harris. Alongside the artists and DJs are world-class dancers brought in from every party location worldwide such as Ibiza and Amsterdam. Ultra Music festival is full of hi-energy music lovers, spring breakers and ravers from all ages that gather every year to soak up the explosive fun-loving atmosphere accompanied by world-class entertainment.
Find a cheap flight to Miami, in the United States, not the one on the Gold Coast, is known by several blockbuster terms - the Magic City, the Capital of Winter Sun (certainly for visitors who take cheap flights to Miami to sit out the harsh Northern Hemisphere winters), the Playground of the Ultra-rich, the Epicentre of Chic Beach Culture, the Gateway to Latin America and the Cruise Capital of the World.
It's little more than 100 years old, but the former swamp and wilderness has scrubbed up nicely. Miami is situated in Southeast Florida, between the Everglades and the Atlantic Ocean. It's composed of several distinct neighbourhoods. The downtown is compact, packed with glittery skyscrapers, shopping malls and eateries. Many tourists will set themselves up on the Miami and South Beaches, sunbathing during the day and hitting the superclubs at night.
Coconut Grove is a beautiful, bayside village renowned for its international sailing regattas, and the popular Vizcaya Museum and Gardens. Coral Gables has tree-lined boulevards, winding roadways and green spaces. It's known as the City Beautiful.
Perhaps most famously, Little Havana is the cultural and political capital of Cuban Americans. It's an electric district marked out by a strong street culture and a "talky" interest in the arts, culture and politics. Màximo Gomez Park is one of the most popular meeting places for Cuban Americans, the domino-playing locals have gifted it the nickname Domino Park.