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Flights to Miami

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About Miami

Being one of the largest metropolitan areas of the United States , Miami remains the most "Latin" metropolis of the country - about 70% of the total population of Latin Americans. In the official language of America, English, as a native, only a small part of people speak. This situation is almost the entire peninsula. This slightly separates Florida from other states. Miami has a relatively small size, its area - 143.1 km ² - slightly more than the area of New York's Manhattan, and the population of the city itself is less than half a million. The whole city lies on the plain, its highest place is at a height of about seven meters.

Miami is the second largest city in Florida, serves as its main financial center and base for the largest corporations in Latin America. In addition, there are television and recording studios of well-known companies, which undoubtedly makes Miami not only the main place for parties on the entire southeastern US coast, but also the business center, where a large number of officials flow. Perhaps because of this, so many people tend to move to live in Miami.

The city was founded in 1896, and its population at that time did not exceed five hundred people. Up to this point in the territory of the current metropolis there were only small settlements. The earliest of them, in the sixteenth century, were inhabited by Indians, who were exterminated by newly arrived whites and Latin Americans. Finally taking control of the entire peninsula, the Americans began to equip the area. After Miami received city status, the population began to grow significantly - in a couple of decades Miami became one of the most populated cities on the southeast coast.

One of the most important events that influenced the demographics of Miami was the mass immigration of Cubans in the 1960s. According to some reports, about five hundred thousand people fled from Cuba to Florida. Soon, in Miami, entire areas of immigrants began to form, which, of course, caused intense discontent of the indigenous people. Since the 1990s, the authorities have been actively fighting against the uncontrolled growth of immigration. To date, there are no open problems with this.

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Transportation to Miami City Center from Airport

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You will be transported from Miami airport by Taxi, Bus and many other transfer options, you can easily organize your transfer.

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