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Airfares from $23 One Way, $45 Round Trip from Washington to Miami

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Travel from Washington, D.C., to Miami

Miami-with its white-sand beaches, active nightlife, and beautiful year-round weather-is a top destination for those seeking to leave behind cold winter temperatures. Traveling from Washington, D.C., to Miami is easy when you turn to to find and book airfares, rental cars, and hotel rooms.

Leaving Washington, D.C.

You can travel from Washington by air from one of three major airports. The closest, Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, is situated only 3 miles from downtown and is accessible on the Metro. You can also take a taxi to the airport or drive and take advantage of short-term or long-term airport parking. Parking rates start at $12 per day. Nonstop flights to Miami are offered on American Airlines. The airport offers a number of dining options for departing passengers, including Starbucks and Auntie Anne's.

From Washington Dulles International Airport, located 26 miles from downtown Washington, D.C., American and United both offer nonstop service to Miami. Airport parking rates are as low as $10 a day, though you may choose to avoid parking fees altogether by taking a taxi or taking advantage of shuttle service between the Metro and the airport on the Washington Flyer. At the airport, you can find a bite to eat at any number of establishments, including Fuddruckers and Starbucks.

Finally, you can fly nonstop from Washington, D.C., to Miami on American Airlines out of Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport, about 30 miles from central Washington. Public transit, via bus or rail, offers access to the airport, and taxi service is available from anywhere in the metro area. Short- and long-term parking at the airport starts at $8 per day. Airport dining options include Subway, Nature's Kitchen Fresh Café, and Manchu Wok.

About Miami, Florida

Florida's largest city, and its second-most populous, Miami is located in southern Florida between the Atlantic Ocean and the Everglades. Whether you are enjoying the beach, exploring the region, or attending one of the area's many annual events, Miami has a little something to offer everyone.

Things to Do in Miami

Using to book a rental car along with your flight is a great way to save on your vacation. Miami International Airport is home to 16 rental companies, including Thrifty and Hertz, allowing you to find the very best deal on a car. Hotel shuttles and taxis are also available outside the terminal, and both bus and Metrorail service runs to and from the airport each day.

Miami enjoys a temperate climate throughout the year, and most days are sunny. Average highs in the peak of summer-July and August-are about 90 degrees Fahrenheit, while average lows-even in the coldest months of January and February-are generally around 60 degrees Fahrenheit. There is a rainy season each summer, and hurricane activity is likely from June through November. Most guests visit during the winter months to take maximum advantage of the sunshine and warm weather.

Simply enjoying the beach is one of the main reasons travelers visit Miami. While the beaches are open and active year-round, many visitors may find the Atlantic Ocean waters too cold for swimming in the winter. You can enjoy a rainy afternoon exploring the art collections at Lowe Art Museum or becoming better acquainted with marine life at the Miami Seaquarium. Miami Fashion Week in March is a major fashion expo, and the Ultra Music Festival, also in March, features three days of music from the world's top DJs and is attended by visitors from all around the world.

Making the Trip to Miami

Warm weather, sunny days, and activities that range from relaxing to exciting make Miami a great getaway from cold winter days. Planning your travel from Washington, D.C., to Miami is easier than you imagined when you use to seek out the best prices for airfare, rental cars, and hotel rooms.

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