Getting To South Beach From Miami International Airport
Located just 13 miles west, Miami International Airport (MIA) is the closest airport to South Beach and Lincoln Road. Direct bus, shuttle, and ridesharing services are available.
Airport Express Bus
The Miami Beach Airport Express Bus (Route 150) makes traveling between Miami International Airport and South Beach a breeze. The service is fast, easy, and convenient. For just $2.25 each way, passengers ride aboard 40-foot buses equipped with luggage racks, comfortable seating, and air conditioning.
The buses depart every half hour from the airport Metrorail station, which is accessible via a short tram ride from the airport terminals. To reach the tram (aka MIA Mover): simply exit your concourse and follow the Hot Pink signage to the MIA Mover.
There are two (2) Ticket Vending Machines at the Bus Plaza that can be used to purchase transit fares. Note: The bus driver can not provide change; so either have exact fare or buy an Easy Ticket before boarding. The Airport Express Bus operates from 6 a.m. to 11:40 p.m., seven days a week. And Yes – the Airport Express does stop at Lincoln Road!!!
Uber and Lyft ride-sharing services are super-popular for transportation between Miami International Airport (MIA) and South Beach. Fare estimates from MIA to Lincoln Road start at approximately $20.
Taxi fare between Miami International Airport and South Beach is a flat rate of $35 per ride.
Rates for shuttles between Miami International Airport and South Beach start at approximately $20 per person one-way ($10-16 for each additional person) not including tip.
Now that you know how to get to South Beach from MIA, just make sure to visit Lincoln Road for eats, drinks, people-watching, and great shopping.