A train in New York costs roughly the same as in Miami.
The average meal is 25% more expensive in New York than in Miami.
Taxis are 120% more expensive in New York than in Miami.
Coffee is 8% more expensive in New York than in Miami.
Miami is a city of plenty with an extensive night life, fun watersports and art festivals. One of Miami's nicknames is the 'Magic City' because less than a century ago, the city sprung up virtually overnight. Now it is a major international port that serves as one of the world's leading holiday destinations.
Flights from Miami to New York can be boarded from either one of Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport's (FLL) four terminals or Miami International Airport's (MIA) six terminals. Enjoy the history of FLL as the training ground for George H. W. Bush as the Navy's youngest pilot and 41st President, or stroll along the stunning art exhibitions of MIA.
FLL is situated just southwest of the seaport terminal of Port Everglades and is sandwiched between Edgewood and Melaleuca Gardens neighborhoods. MIA is a little further inland and northwest to Downtown Miami. Apart from the parking lots, taxis and courtesy shuttle buses, both airports and West Palm Beach are connected with the services of the Tri-Rail commuter trains.
To fly to New York from Miami from MIA, you can take the free Metromover train which transfers to Metrorail, the 25 mile dual track, rapid transit system. Metrobus is connected to Metrorail and both travel to multiple locations around Miami, making it easy to move around with public transportation.
The first New Yorkers to have existed were the Lenape people who farmed, fished and hunted in the area. Between 1785 and 1790, and after the Civil War with Britain, New York was the capital of America. With the strength of its history and people, New York is rightly deemed 'The Big Apple'.
Explore the wonders of the city with the CityPass, Explorer Pass, the New York Pass and the Build Your Own Pass with Smart Destinations to save you money and indulge in experiences. If you are not interested in historic landmarks, wait for dark to enjoy Broadway Shows or take friends to an exciting dance club.
New York City flights from Miami will land at either John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK), LaGuardia Airport (LGA) or Newark International Airport (EWR). JFK is located east of New York and south of Queens, LGA is north of Queens while EWR lies all the way in the west, south of the city of Newark.
All the airports have access to taxis, reasonably priced rental vehicles and are all connected to subway stations that run throughout the city. The Trans-Bridge Line that leads westward to Pennsylvania can be accessed from JFK and EWR. Five buses service LGA by connecting Manhattan, Queens and the subway to the rest of New York.
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Not easy to navigate for a foreigner
Airports are similar to concentration camps these days
It’s an old but will improve with constructions
Confusing. Could not find terminal and frontier.