Double Decker Arrives in Miami

Gray Line Miami, working in conjunction with the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau (GMCVB), has introduced five double-decker tour buses to the Greater Miami area. The new buses mark the first time that tourists from will be able to sightsee the city of Miami and it surrounding areas from the top of such oversize two-story, open-top buses.

The buses will operate on two loops, covering both Miami’s beaches and the city on a hop-on/hop-off basis. With this type of tour, passengers can spend time at attractions of their choosing and reboard the bus at any one of the buses’ 20 stops at 15-minute intervals. The new fleet of buses is estimated to increase Gray Line Miami’s capacity to more than 2,500 daily passengers.

The Miami hop-on, hop-off tour will make stops in Miami, Miami’s South Beach, Coconut Grove, Coral Gables and Little Havana.
 
Visit www.graylinemiami.com and www.miamiandbeaches.com.

 

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