Miami's major financial district, Brickell is sometimes referred to as "little Manhattan." From its humble beginnings as a trading outpost, Brickell has grown into an international banking hub surrounded by the luxury hotels and condominiums that define the Miami skyline. Brickell is also a high-rise residential neighborhood hosting dozens of restaurants, including famous steak houses like Porcao and Capital Grille. At the heart of the neighborhood is Mary Brickell Village, an open-air shopping, nightlife, and dining hub appreciated by locals for restaurants like Rosa Mexicano.
Getting Around Miami
The best way to get around Miami is by public transportation (bus/metro) or by car, depending on where you are staying. If staying downtown, public transit is a convenient option. In downtown Miami, the Metromover runs every 90 seconds to 3 minutes depending on demand and operates from 5 a.m. until midnight every day.
Nearby Airports
  • Miami-Dade International Airport-MIA
Airport Taxis
  • $22
Things to Do and See Near Brickell
  • South Beach
  • Seaquarium
  • Zoo Miami
  • American Airlines Arena
  • Coral Castle
  • Marlins Park
  • Villa Vizcaya
  • Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden
  • Miami Science Museum
  • Freedom Tower
  • Venetian Pool
  • Miami Art Museum
  • Key Biscayne
  • Venetian Islands
  • Stiltville
  • Little Havana
  • Wynwwod
  • Miami Design District
  • Downtown Miami
  • Calle Ocho