Check out this Miami map featuring highways/roads, places, and a list of things to do. First, start with our interactive map of Florida to see why Miami attracts over 23 million visitors per year.
Miami is a subtropical city located in the Sunshine State of Florida, between the everglades and the Atlantic Ocean. Miami, Florida is known for its palm trees, sandy beaches, and warm weather year-round.
Interactive Map of Miami
Miami Road Map
Interstate Highways: I-95, I-195, I-395,
US Highways: 1, 9, 27, 41, 112, 441, 836, 934, 953, 968, 972, Dolphin Expy, Dixie Hwy, Federal Hwy
Causeway/Parkways: Little River Pky, Delaware Pky, Venetian Cswy
Major Roads: 1st St, 2nd St, 3rd Ave, 4th Ave, 7th St, 8th St, 12th St, 13th St, 15th Rd, 20th St, 22nd St, 27th Ave, 36th St, 38th St, 42nd Ave, 79th St, 82nd St, Bayshore Dr, Beacom Blvd, Bird Rd, Biscayne Blvd, Brickell Ave, Coral Way, Design Blvd, Douglas Rd, Flagler St, Granada Blvd, Le Jeune Rd, North River Dr, Martin Luther King Blvd, Miami Ave, Port Blvd, Rickenbacker Cswy, South River Dr, Tamiami Canal Rd, Venetian Way
10 Things To Do in Miami
Miami, Florida is known for its sandy beaches and warm weather. If you ever go there, here are our recommendations for the top 10 things to do.
2. Bayside Marketplace
3. Jungle Island
4. Bayfront Park
5. Bayside Marketplace
7. South Pointe Pier
8. Miami Seaquarium
9. AmericanAirlines Arena
10. Miami Design District
Miami Reference Map
Airports: Miami International Airport (MIA)
Cities: Coral Gables, Doral, Hialeah, Hialeah Gardens, Miami, Miami Beach, Miami Springs, North Bay Village, South Miami, West Miami
Villages: El Portal, Key Biscayne, Miami Shores, Virginia Gardens
Census-designated place (CDP): Brownsville, Coral Terrace, Fisher Island, Fountainebleau, Gladeview, Glenvar Heights, Olympia Heights, Pinewood, West Little River, Westchester, Westview