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Miami to Nassau Route Information

Cheapest Fare: $259.75
Travel Distance:183 Miles
Airlines Flying This Route:American Airlines, Bahamasair
Cheapest Day of the Week:Monday
Weekly Flights:234
Avg. Flight Duration:01.04 Hours

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Airports in Miami

Miami International Airport serves the city of Miami, Florida. It is situated in Miami-Dade County and is approximately 13 kilometers away from the Downtown Miami. The airport is owned by Miami-Dade County and operated by Miami-Dade Aviation Department (MDAD). It is a hub for American Airlines, Miami Air International, and Xtra Airways, Atlas Air, Centurion Air Cargo, FedEx Express, IBC Airways, and UPS Airlines. The airport serves as a focus city for Aruba Airlines, Avianca, Frontier Airlines, and LATAM. It offers both passenger & cargo service for both domestic & international destinations. These destinations include London, Sao Paulo, Mexico City, Bogota, Cancun, Orlando, Los Angeles, New York, Lima, Buenos Aires, and more. The airport is well connected to the city via car rentals, shuttles, taxicabs, and public transportation.

Explore Nassau

The city of Nassau is the capital and commercial hub of the Bahamas and one of the most popular cruise ship ports in the Caribbean. Nassau Harbor, protected by Paradise Island, bustles with traffic, and several cruise ships at a time can dock at Prince George Wharf, disgorging waves of tourists into the city to explore its many attractions, both natural and urban. Pleasure seekers flock here from around the world to relax in the warm, tropical climate; bask on the creamy sands of Cable Beach; browse the duty- free downtown shops; and frolic in the glitzy, themed resorts. Despite the rampant development in recent times, Nassau is still steeped in colonial charm. Visitors can witness this old-world elegance in the city’s candy-colored colonial buildings, old forts, and grand hotels. Downtown, Nassau is the commercial heartbeat of The Bahamas where one can purchase from the world famous straw market, see historical landmarks and taste great Bahamian cuisine.

Things to Do in Nassau

National Art Gallery of the Bahamas

Housed in the lovingly restored Villa Doyle, a large historic Neoclassical mansion, the National Art Gallery of the Bahamas is the most important art institution in the country. The oldest section, looking toward the harbor to the north, was built in the 1860s by William Henry Doyle, Chief Justice of the Bahamas. The southern wing was added in the 1920s by Sir Walter K. Moore. The impressive collection includes paintings, sculpture, ceramics, photography, and textiles from Bahamian artists, spanning the early 20th century to the present day.

Queens Staircase

Cut by slaves into solid limestone in the late 18th century, the 66 steps known as the Queens Staircase gave troops protected access to Fort Fincastle. More than a century later, the staircase was named to honor Queen Victoria and her role in abolishing slavery in the Bahamas. Today, visitors can appreciate this amazing feat of construction as they climb the steep staircase, now flanked by a cooling cascade, to Fort Fincastle, the highest point on the island. Built by Lord Dunmore in 1793, the fort is shaped like the bow of a boat and affords panoramic views of Nassau and the ocean beyond.

Government House

Built in 1801 and renovated after the 1929 hurricane, this magnificent conch-pink mansion on top of Mount Fitzwilliam is the official residence of the Governor General of the Bahamas. Constructed of stone and supported by ionic columns, the structure is an impressive example of Georgian Colonial architecture. A statue of Christopher Columbus, dating from 1830, stands at the entrance. Today, visitors can stroll around the complex and enjoy beautiful views of the bay and Paradise Island. Children will enjoy watching the changing of the guard ceremony, which takes place at Government House twice a month.

Best Time to Fly Nassau

The best time to visit Nassau is from mid-December to mid-April, which is the country’s peak season. Though temperatures here are great year-round.