Miami International Airport (MIA) is the American terminal that offers the most flights to Latin America and the Caribbean, and the second busiest airport for international passengers (CLONE e PT.)
The airport is part of the city’s artistic movement (the district of Wynwood Walls and the Art Basel Miami Beach fair are among the highlights), participating in the Miami-Dade Art in Public Places (APP): a program dedicated to bringing the talent of artists out of traditional galleries and museums. Due to the large construction projects in the airport – and the desire to make these works of art more beautiful –, MIA has become the main user of this program, selecting artists and works to be exhibited. (CLONE e PT.)
Air Essentials is a pharmacy with plenty of light and varied products. For people who always forget something, it’s the opportunity to buy that tanning lotion after going through security.
The books’ owners are locals and the selection reflects Miami’s independent mentality. In addition, it serves as a meeting place for readers and writers, offering different events with authors.
Love for Cuban coffee proves that you’re a local (or almost). This version of espresso has become a phenomenon in Miami thanks to 3:05 Cafecito Time, the city’s official coffee break. Tourists who are looking for one last sip of their latest discovery can head to the locations of the famous Café Versailles on Calle Ocho, in terminals D and J. If you want to grab a bite before your flight, order a typical Cuban sandwich.
The most popular ceviche house in Miami, My Ceviche, has opened a location in the North Terminal Marketplace – there are five others scattered around the city. My Ceviche offers a variety of delicious recipes and other fish and shellfish dishes. It’s no coincidence that this place has become an essential stop in MIA.
Across from Gate J-6 stands the LATAM VIP Lounge, a place designed to help our passengers relax, offering wi-fi connection, a business center, showers, and Brazilian and international newspapers and magazines