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Miami to Port Of Spain Route Information

Cheapest Fare: $301.45
Travel Distance:1,624 Miles
Airlines Flying This Route: American Airlines, Caribbean Airlines
Cheapest Day of the Week:Monday
Weekly Flights:239
Avg. Flight Duration:3.40 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 is 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 Port of Spain

The booming city of Port of Spain is the capital of the twin-island nation of Trinidad and Tobago. It is the Country’s seat of government, a cruise ship port and the home of numerous regional Caribbean business offices and financial institutions. Whether you are an adventurous traveler, a foodie pursuing feasts for the palate, or a patron of history, culture and the arts, this city’s charms are easy to discover. The national Museum and Art Gallery houses a variety of historical and cultural exhibits that have shaped the country and this city. Check the schedule of theater and artistic performances at Queen’s Hall, the city’s main performing arts venue. Throughout the year, it hosts the national steelband and performances that promote the island’s most famous music genres, including calypso and soca. Queen’s. Park Savannah is a lush oasis in the center of the teeming downtown chaos.

Things to Do in Port of Spain

National Museum & Art Gallery

Housed in a classic colonial building, the dusty historical exhibits range from Amerindian settlers to African slaves and indentured Indians. There are also geological and natural-history displays - check out the tarantulas and fearsome-looking giant centipede. The rotating collection of artwork on the top floor is the highlight and gives an excellent introduction to the Trinbago art scene.

Queen’s Park Savannah

Once part of a sugar plantation, and formerly home to a racecourse, this public park is encircled by a 3.7km perimeter road that locals call the world’s largest roundabout. In the early evening when the scorching heat subsides, the grassy center is taken up with games of cricket or football, while joggers crowd the perimeter path and vendors sell cold coconut water.

Emperor Valley Zoo

Just north of Queen’s Park Savannah, the 2.5-hectare Emperor Valley Zoo may be small, but has some interesting residents, including indigenous red howler monkeys, ocelots and various birds and snake’s native to Trinidad and Tobago. A newly landscaped section holds sea otters, flamingos and a butterfly park, while giraffes, warthogs and Bengal tigers are the newest residents.

Best Time to Fly to Port of Spain

The best time to visit the city is from January to May when the skies stay clear. Although the islands are not on the hurricane belt, afternoon rain showers are daily occurrences from June to December. Hotels lower their rates to account for rainy weather during this wet season.

Port Of Spain Travelers' Reviews

  Tnt
Went for carnival had the time of my life
- April  Mar 11, 2019
  Good
Very welcoming
- Jessuss  Dec 15, 2018

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