The European Union in Miami

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Miami is an ideal location for a European Union Center because it is the nexus of long-standing links among the Southeast Florida Region, Latin America and the Caribbean, and countries of the European Union. Connected by culture, travel and tourism, and extensive trade ties to our area, the EU has played a prominent role in the development of Miami into a vibrant multicultural metropolis. The larger EU countries maintain diplomatic and trade legations in Miami, and many European banking, finance, insurance and other firms maintain regional headquarters here.

Facts at a glance: European Presence in Miami

Population

Nationalities Florida Miami
British: 150,000 N/A
French: 30,000 11,200
Italian: 22,939 N/A
Germans 150,000 N/A
Spanish: 20,000 12,000

Consulates General: 7

Honorary Consulates: 16

  • Austria
  • Macedonia
  • Belgium
  • Norway
  • Czech Republic
  • Poland
  • Danemark
  • Portugal
  • Finland
  • Romania
  • Hungary
  • Slovenia
  • Luxembourg
  • Suede (Fort Lauderdale)
  • Monaco
  • Switzerland

European Trade Offices: 5

  • Germany
  • Spain
  • Italy
  • United Kingdom
  • Netherlands

European Bi-National Chambers of Commerce: 10

Miami International Airport boasts a large number of direct flights from and to Europe:

  • 7 European countries
    (France, Finland, Germany, Italy, Spain, Switzerland, United Kingdom)
  • 12 European major cities
    (Berlin, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Munich, Helsinki, London, Madrid, Milan, Rome, Paris, Tenerife, Zurich)
  • 12 European airline companies