Miami Double Decker Bus Tour | $29
Essential Facts About the Double Decker Bus Tour in Miami
There are so many attractions in Miami for tourists to check out that planning your vacation yourself becomes a bit overwhelming. One of the best ways to see the attractions in Miami is to take a Miami bus tour around the city. One of the most popular bus tours is the Miami Double Decker bus tour which is an amazing way to view the city as a whole.
About the Miami Sightseeing Double Decker Tour
The Original Miami Double Decker bus tour has been designed especially to show tourists the best that the city of Miami has to offer. The Original bus allows you to enjoy your tour in great comfort and get a bird’s eye view of the entire city and its attractions. Another great feature of the bus is that you can hop off the bus whenever you feel like it to explore the wonderful sights around, and when you're done, you can hop right back on the bus and continue your journey.
There is much to see and do aboard the bus as well. The Original bus tours alternative between recorded commentary and entertaining live guides who will explain the sights you are witnessing as well as offer insights into city life and more. As you relax and unwind on board the bus, you can hear the funny anecdotes and humorous stories that the experienced guides will share. If you have a question, rest assured that the guides will have the answer. For recommendations on the best places to eat, the best clubs to check out and the secret places to visit, all you have to do is ask the Original bus tour guide.
Places to See While on the Tour
While on the Original bus tour you will get to see many of the iconic Miami sights, sounds, and attractions such as:
1. The Art Deco District
The historic Art Deco District has been around since the 1920s. You can check out the Colony, Waldorf Towers and Crescent hotels on Ocean Drive and the Delano, Kent, Marlin, and National hotels located in Crescent Avenue. Hope off the bus to take a quiet stroll down by the cafes and boutiques of Ocean Drive, Washington Avenue, and Lincoln Road.
2. Coconut Grove
There is much to see in Coconut Grove including the Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, built in 1916. The 30-acre garden was created in the inspiration of a 16th century Italian villa with Florentine gazebos and Venetian waterfront terrazzos. The museum houses many antiques and Italian art.
3. Little Havana
As the Double Decker bus tour stops at Little Havana, the Cuban flavor can be seen as you wander along Calle Ocho and sip on the syrupy ‘cafecito’. You might even find yourself swaying to Latin tunes music along the way.
4. Coral Gables
Coral Gables Mediterranean feel can be experienced by the luxurious mansions and villas. Walk to the palatial Biltmore Hotel or put your swimwear to good use at the Venetian Pool, replete with fountains, canals, coral caves and waterfalls surrounded by luscious palm trees. For more information please visit www.MiamiSightseeingTours.com