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How do you get to the cruise port in Miami, Florida?

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To get to the cruise port in Miami, Florida, or PortMiami, by car from the north, take Highway I-95 South to the I-395 East ramp to arrive via the tunnel. The exact method of getting to PortMiami depends on the original direction you are coming from and whether you choose to get there by car or by public transport.

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To reach PortMiami via rail, take the Metrorail's Orange Line train to the Government Center Metrorail Station. From there, you can take the City of Miami Coral Way Trolley to one of the cruise port terminals. If you are traveling from the Fort Lauderdale International Airport, use the shared van ride service from GO Airport Shuttle. The van stops at the Port of Miami, and can hold up to ten passengers. You can also take GO Airport Shuttle's luxury sedan car service that can fit a maximum of four people.

If you plan to travel from Miami International Airport, take a taxicab to one of the port's seven cruise terminals. Each terminal has a drop-off area in front of the entryways. PortMiami also allows rental car shuttle service from providers such as Hertz Rent-A-Car, Dollar Rent-A-Car and Amigo's Car Rental, as of October 2015.

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