Fly from Atlanta to Miami for less
5 ways to book cheap flights from Atlanta to Miami
Flexible Flight Dates: Atlanta to Miami flights are more likely to be expensive during weekends and holidays. To ensure you get a cheap ticket, be flexible with your flight dates.
Budget Airlines: While browsing through ATL to MIA flights, look for budget airlines. These airlines are cheaper than traditional ones and flyers may carry minimum luggage to avoid paying extra.
Connecting Flights: Book connecting flights to save on tickets. Usually, direct flights are more expensive, you may look for a nice stopover and get to explore two destinations at the price of one.
Off Peak Hours: If you have no flexibility with regards to your flight dates, you can opt for what are generally considered to be inconvenient hours (wee hours in the morning) to ensure you get the lowest airfare.
Google Alerts: Browse through airfares and set alerts on Google for your top choices. You will get a notification if there a drop in the airfare, and you can book your flights from ATL to MIA for cheaper.
Miami: Sun, Sand, Surf and more…
A port city famed for its beaches, shopping, nightlife, gastronomy, and upscale beach resorts, Miami attracts travelers from all over the world. The beach city is among the most popular tourist destinations in the United States. In addition to sandy beaches, Miami has a vibrant art scene and a booming nightlife. Travelers will find numerous clubs spread all over Miami Beach and Wynwood District. The Design District and Art Deco District are home to several quirky stores, bohemian art venues, chic bistros, and grandiose buildings. Miami is lined with many state-of-the-art museums, performing art venues, parks, and much more. Home to a diverse local populace, the city’s Little Havana neighborhood gives travelers a taste of Cuba in the US.
Major attractions in Miami
- Miami Beach
- Bayside Marketplace
- Miami Riverwalk
- Design District
- Ocean Drive
- Little Havana
- Art Deco Historic District
- Bayfront Park
- Wynwood Walls Street Art
- Miami Children’s Museum
- Vizcaya Museum and Gardens
- Everglades National Park
- Miami Seaquarium
- Miami Zoo
- Key Biscayne and Crandon Park
Best Beaches in Miami
Miami has miles of shoreline with crystal clear waters. Visitors can spend a day surfing, kayaking, swimming, or simply lounging at any of the sandy beaches. The most popular beach in Miami is the namesake Miami beach and its southern end, the South beach. South Beach is famed for its upscale visitors, models and celebrities can often be spotted here. For a quieter time, seek out beaches such as the Surfside Beach which has walking and biking paths and is perfect to go for a stroll or ride. There are a few dog friendly beaches as well, Hobie Beach to and Bark Beach where you can take your four-legged friends.
Popular Festivals and Events
Miami hosts a number of annual festivals around the year. The Calle Ocho Festival (March) is the largest street festival of Miami. Other major festivals are Art Deco Weekend (January), South Beach Food Wine Festival (February), Miami Music Week (March), Ultra Music Festival (March), Miami Open (March), Miami International Film Festival (March), Sprung Beer Festival (April), Coachella (April), and Art Basel Week (December).
Best Time to Visit Miami
Miami has pleasant weather all year round. Winters are great if you wish to escape the freezing temperatures. However, the best time to visit Miami is from December to May when the weather is warm and breezy. It is advised to book your flights from Atlanta to Miami in advance to avoid paying high rates.
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