PortMiami, the Cruise Capital of the World, is poised for yet another exceptionally strong cruise season as it welcomes a host of new cruise brands and new build ships that rank among the most innovative vessels on the seas. PortMiami welcomed 4,022,544 cruise vacationers in 2022, with plans to exceed that number going forward thanks, in part, to new state of the art cruise terminals built with innovative funding by the cruise lines. This makes PortMiami the preferred departure destination to the Caribbean, Mexico and beyond. For more information, follow us on social media.


You can access PortMiami using different forms of transportation such as: car, taxi, Brightline, ride-sharing services, or using Metrorail's Orange Line to Downtown Miami and then hopping on the Metromover or City of Miami Coral Way Trolley from the Government Center Metrorail/Metromover Station.


Parking is conveniently available at all cruise terminals. Designated disabled permit parking spaces are available in each garage. Spaces are also available for oversized vehicles (oversized vans, recreational vehicles and vehicles with trailers) at special rates. All facilities are patrolled by security. Oversized vehicles may only park in Lot #2, across from Cruise Terminal E.

On cruise days only, all garages and Lot #2 are open and manned by a parking attendant from 6 a.m. to 5 p.m. Please note that Garage J is pre-paid only. Passengers pay upon arrival to Garage J and are given a decal to post in their vehicle for the duration of their cruise.

Terminals and Parking Garages
View the PortMiami Map to navigate your way through the terminals and parking garages. 


For Cruise Passengers

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