How do I Get Around Town?

While ride-sharing services like Lyft and Uber are popular options for booking direct trips to travelers’ destinations-of-choice, Miami also offers a variety of affordable public transportation options, providing access to all the city’s major neighborhoods and the surrounding areas.

Our primary conference venue and official lodging option for AIB 2020 is the InterContinental Miami Hotel, located in the heart of downtown Miami. This location provides direct access to the city’s most budget-friendly public transportation service, the Metromover, a completely free travel option that makes regular loops around downtown’s most popular sights.

If you’re planning an excursion to other areas of the city, we recommend reading this comprehensive guide to Miami’s public transportation options, provided by the Convention and Visitors Bureau.

Where Should I Go to Enjoy the City?

Other than our Gala Event? You’re in luck because Miami has plenty of entertainment to offer, whether you’re into sports and the outdoors or museums and fine dining. This online guide is packed full of tourist-friendly recommendations and it’s easily sortable by both location and activity type.

Of course, Miami is known worldwide for its beautiful beaches. If you prefer to lounge in the sun or go surfing between conference sessions, you can find the perfect stretch of shoreline to suit your needs in this comprehensive beach overview.

What Else Should I Know to Prepare for My Trip?

If you’ve traveled to a major American city before, you probably know to bring the basics: US dollars or a widely accepted credit/debit card, a type A or B plug adaptor, a thirst for adventure, etc. If you’re sensitive to heat, you may want to bring some lighter weight professional outfits since average outdoor temperatures in July range from 78-87° F (26-30° C).

Although Miami’s official language is English, around 60 percent of the city’s population speaks Spanish—great news if you’re more comfortable conversing en Español than Inglés.

Also worth noting: Miami is in the Eastern Standard time zone (UTC/GMT-5), so set your clocks accordingly. Or you could just let your phone do that automatically—your choice.

How Do I Get Around Town?

While ride-sharing services like Lyft and Uber are popular options for booking direct trips to travelers’ destinations-of-choice, Miami also offers a variety of affordable public transportation options, providing access to all the city’s major neighborhoods and the surrounding areas.

Our primary conference venue and official lodging option for AIB 2020 is the InterContinental Miami Hotel, located in the heart of downtown Miami. This location provides direct access to the city’s most budget-friendly public transportation service, the Metromover, a completely free travel option that makes regular loops around downtown’s most popular sights.

If you’re planning an excursion to other areas of the city, we recommend reading this comprehensive guide to Miami’s public transportation options, provided by the Convention and Visitors Bureau.

Where Should I Go to Enjoy the City?

Other than our Gala Event? You’re in luck because Miami has plenty of entertainment to offer, whether you’re into sports and the outdoors or museums and fine dining. This online guide is packed full of tourist-friendly recommendations and it’s easily sortable by both location and activity type.

Of course, Miami is known worldwide for its beautiful beaches. If you prefer to lounge in the sun or go surfing between conference sessions, you can find the perfect stretch of shoreline to suit your needs in this comprehensive beach overview.

What Else Should I Know to Prepare for My Trip?

If you’ve traveled to a major American city before, you probably know to bring the basics: US dollars or a widely accepted credit/debit card, a type A or B plug adaptor, a thirst for adventure, etc. If you’re sensitive to heat, you may want to bring some lighter weight professional outfits since average outdoor temperatures in July range from 78-87° F (26-30° C).

Although Miami’s official language is English, around 60 percent of the city’s population speaks Spanish—great news if you’re more comfortable conversing en Español than Inglés.

Also worth noting: Miami is in the Eastern Standard time zone (UTC/GMT-5), so set your clocks accordingly. Or you could just let your phone do that automatically—your choice.