Miami Double Decker Bus Tour

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Hop on and explore Miami and it's attractions in the most convenient and easy way on a double decker open bus tour that starts in the famous South Beach and the Historic Art Deco District. Discover the diverse and interesting neighborhoods in the area on this city tour.  Learn about Miami Beach, Downtown, Coconut Grove, Coral Gables, Little Havana's history and some of the most interesting and best kept secrets in Miami by our knowledgeable and professional tour guides. Bus tour departs every two hours.


  • Choice of morning or afternoon departure
  • Hotel pickup included
  • Fully narrated tour
  • Comprehensive tour of the city
  • Informative, friendly and professional guide

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Explore Miami and all of Miamis Attractions by visiting the city on this Miami Double Decker Sightseeing Bus Tour. Hop on in South Beach or Downtown Miami with the hotel pick-up service included. This tour is available every two hours.

The sightseeing tour starts in beautiful Miami Beach known for its white sandy beaches and the historical Art Deco District. You will see the largest collection of Art Deco architecture in the world along with the renowned Ocean Drive, known for its hot nightlife and restaurants created by all the celebrities who live and visit South Florida.

During the tour you will see Brickell, a high-rise residential neighborhood with luxury condominiums and home to popular restaurants and the financial district. Brickell is also the financial capital of Latin America with the highest density of multi-national banks with many consulates and embassies.

From Brickell the tour will segue into Coconut Grove which is the oldest neighborhood founded by the Bahamian settlers. You will also visit Coral Gables, home to many landmarks such as the Biltmore hotel, Venetian Pool, Miracle Mile and the many luxury residences.

You will hop off at Little Havana on the famous Calle Ocho. Little Havana is a neighborhood of Miami with many artist and Latin personalities, Cuban history, and home to many Cuban residents. Youll see Celia Cruz, Gloria Estefan and many more on the Latin Walk of Fame leading to the world famous Domino Park. Little Havana is named after Havana, the capital and largest city in Cuba.

Hop back aboard the bus and head straight to Bayside Market Place in Downtown Miami. The last destination is Bayside Marketplace which opened in 1987 and attracts over 16 million visitors a year. Bayside is an open mall on the coastline overlooking Biscayne Bay into South Beach with many restaurants, shopping, and art galleries. You will have free time for lunch and shopping time at Bayside Marketplace. After your free time you will be dropped off at your hotel or nearest drop off point closest to your hotel.

Inclusions for Miami Double Decker Bus Tour

  • Sightseeing bus tour of Miami
  • Hotel pickup available
  • Live narrator/tour guide on board

Exclusions for Miami Double Decker Bus Tour

  • Food and drinks
  • Gratuities (optional)

Additional Info

Confirmation will be received at time of booking

Live commentary in English

Wheelchair accessible

After booking, please call to confirm hotel pickup

Cancellation Policy
  • If you cancel within 3 calendar days (72 hours) of the scheduled departure time, the cancellation charge will be 100% of the undiscounted tour price.
  • If you cancel between 4 to 7 Calendar days before scheduled tour departure,the cancellation charge will be 50% of the undiscounted tour price.
  • If you cancel at least 8 calendar days in advance of the scheduled departure time, there is no cancellation fee. You will receive Full Refund for the paid amount.
  • Please note that in case of No show, the cancellation charge will be 100% of the listed tour fare.
  • Please note tours booked using discount coupon codes will be non refundable.

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  • It was suppose to take 3h, it took 2h and we also had a 30min stop during our trip in little havana...our guide wanted to sell a lot of mojito in name of the bar. In fact we were driving on the highway and didn't see anything interesting besides the view of downtown and few streets on siuth beach where we stayed. It's not worth even 1. I do not recomend it!!

  • The bus area route is great for seeing the many sections of Miami. The only negative was the constant references to a tip at the end of the tor.

  • The staff that picked us up and took us through the tour was truly AWESOME!!!

  • I took the 9:30 bus tour only with my 3 kids on Saturday. Miami is hot and humid, so the top level of the bus is nice early morning, but not so comfy after noon. There were two 40-minute stops: one in Little Havana, and the other at a nice mall for lunch. The crew is friendly enough. Info was given in both English and Spanish. If you are not doing a hotel pickup, make sure to arrive for check in about 30 minutes ahead of time, as the check-in lines at their storefront get pretty long. Most of the city of Miami Beach is a downtown area, and parking is hard to find for newbies, so plan to arrive even earlier to park and walk. There is a long-term more than 3 hours garage at the Miami Convention Center. I never saw any pay surface parking lots, and meter parking is hard to get. We didn't get back to the car until 1:30 pm. Overall, I think it's a good value, and a good way to explore the city. Miami Beach traffic is a nightmare, so I'm glad we let someone else do the driving.

  • The bus tour was excellent! We had time to walk around in Little Havana which was quite interesting. I was disappointed there were not more small shops there. Between the bus tour and the boat tour we had time for lunch at Bayside. Our tour began at 1:30 so lunch was not important, but cold drinks, a snack, and shopping time in Bayside was nice. The boat tour was very slow the boat can only move at no wake speed, so it took a long time to see a few celebrity homes from the water. Many views were pretty up close, so that was nice.

  • Good but Big Bus is better

  • The traffic is so bad in Miami that seeing the city atop a double-decker bus is the best way to go. The price of the Double Decker Bus Tour is surprisingly fair. It covers a lot of territory and you see the highlights in 3 hours. The last hour is a bit confusing. They separated us into a group with boat tickets and a group of others. Boat tickets? We said. What are you talking about? So we, the small group of others, spent a full hour at a food court with not much to do if you weren't hungry. So really, for us, it was a two hour tour.

  • Highlighted areas of interest in Miami and south beach that first time visitors might not know about. I would have liked a little more time in little Havana.

  • Great tour

  • It was difficult to hear the tour guide. A portion of the route is on the interstate, which is very windy. I would have liked to have heard more about the history of Miami and not just pop-culture references. The guides were very friendly and the tour was on-time.

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