We created MetroCity to give visitors and locals a Miami experience unlike any other. Our tours will inspire you to try new things, discover popular sites, and arrive to your final destination safely. We work with a number of partners in a variety of neighborhoods to give you an experience you’ll never forget – at a price you won’t be worried about.
MetroCity seeks to create a new and fun culture of transportation. Our designated drivers provide an alternative to driving to social events that is safer for you and better for the environment. We aim to show you that the best parts of America are only a bus ride away!
We offer fifteen weekly and weekend tours that cater to local residents and tourists in providing a unique South Florida experience. A partnership with MetroCity adds your business to our weekly bus route. We run tours during the week and on the weekends along specified routes.
Cabs and other app based transportation companies can be costly, and unreliable ways to get around the Miami Metro area. Satellite based locations can be inaccurate, driver security clearances are inconsistent, and you can sometimes find yourself stranded without a ride home. By traveling with MetroCity, guests can relax knowing that they have a reliable, wallet friendly way to get to their destination and back.
Known for its many colorful murals, Wynwood is one of the city’s most happening districts. Wynwood Walls is an outdoor museum showcasing large-scale works by some of the world’s best-known street artists. The surrounding streets have converted warehouses housing craft breweries and funky art galleries. A hip young crowd frequents the neighborhood’s chic clothing boutiques, stylish bistros and late-night bars.
Miami Beach is a south Florida island city, connected by bridges to mainland Miami. Wide beaches stretch from North Shore Open Space Park, past palm-lined Lummus Park to South Pointe Park. The southern end, South Beach, is known for its international cachet with models and celebrities, and its early-20th-century architecture in the Art Deco Historic district with pastel-colored buildings, especially on Ocean Drive.
Brickell is where glittering business towers and luxury condos tower over Biscayne Bay. Rooftop bars and surf 'n' turf grills cater to the banking and business crowd, while the art galleries and fashionable boutiques in the Brickell City Centre attract chic locals. The Brickell Avenue Bridge spans the Miami River and has views of the waterfront Miami Circle park and archaeological site.
The Design District is known for its sleek modern architecture, upscale interior design stores and art galleries. Luxury fashion and jewelry boutiques, cafes and celebrity-chef restaurants draw a well-heeled crowd. Public art dotting the area includes the Fly’s Eye Dome, a geodesic dome designed by inventor Buckminster Fuller. This iconic piece of work opened in December, 2017 by the Institute of Contemporary Art.
A vibrant neighborhood full of character and soul, Little Havana hosts the largest Latino street festival in the U.S.: the annual Calle Ocho festival. It is the first place many Cubans settled after fleeing Cuba, and is still a predominantly immigrant community with residents from across Latin America as well as Cuba. The famous Calle Ocho (SW 8th Street) boasts art galleries, live music and dance venues, plazas and public art, and many places where you can sample cigars, Cuban coffee, and both traditional and “fusion” Latin food.
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