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Little Havana

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5,372 Reviews
SW 8th Street, between Cuban Memorial Boulevard and SW 18 Avenue, Miami

The Basics

The neighborhood’s colorful spirit unfolds on Calle Ocho, Little Havana’s bustling main street, reminiscent of Cuba. On this block between SW 15th and 17th avenues, the Miami Arts District contains a string of studios and galleries that showcase some of the best Latin American art in the country. Nearby, travelers will find the Bay of Pigs Museum & Library, which enshrines the crew of the ill-fated Bay of Pigs invasion, and on the two blocks at SW 13th Street, south of Calle Ocho, are monuments of Cuban patriots and freedom fighters.

Many tour options combine a visit to Little Havana with tours of other popular spots in Miami and the surrounding area: South Beach and its art deco architecture, Miami Beach, the Everglades, Coconut Grove, or the art galleries in nearby Wynwood. Walking tours and bike tours are easy ways to see the area, while bus tours can be a welcome respite from Miami's summer heat. Half-day Little Havana tours take in the neighborhood's sights, while full-day options also visit other Miami highlights.

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Little Havana Food and Walking Tour in Miami
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Little Havana Food and Walking Tour in Miami
$59.99 per adult
Food walking tours are the best way to get to know a community!
Food was great and very plentiful. I loved the community and the guide. If you haven't done it you should - even if you live there.
Aleta_M, Jul 2021

Recent reviews from experiences in Miami

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Taste of a Beautiful Culture.
Johnny_P, Jul 2021
Little Havana Food and Walking Tour in Miami
You could tell our guide Miguel loved people, history, food, and the culture. We will always remember the tastes, fun, and history of Little Havana.
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Our family enjoyed the experience
Matt, Jul 2021
Little Havana Food and Walking Tour in Miami
Great way to slow down and spend a little time in the neighborhood. We enjoyed learning more about the people and places of Little Havana. Our tour guide Jennifer really cared for the people and culture and I think it added to the tour experience.
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A taste of Little Havana
Liz_S, Jul 2021
Miami: Little Havana Food, Cuban Culture, Mojito & Street Art Tour (Small Group)
The fact that Mariela lived in Cuba gave a personal touch to the tour. Her experience, knowledge and love for her country allowed me to experience Little Havana with a different set of eyes. Loved it!!! Mariela was an excellent tour guide. Thank you so much!!! I can’t wait to come back again.
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Little Havana Tour Even Better Than I Imagined!
Anne_Q, Jul 2021
Little Havana Food and Walking Tour in Miami
the walking food tour of little havana was a memorable experience! We were able to taste some of the area’s specialties and learn about Cuban culture and traditions from our lovely tour guide Jennifer. I recommend Miami Culinary Tours and specifically Jennifer for the best experience!
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Fine and Educational
David-B, Jun 2021
Cultural and Food Walking Tour through Little Havana in Miami
Ariel was a fantastic tour guide. Good mix of history, culture and fun. Enjoyed the food and learning more about Cuba, Cuban culture and Little Havana. Loved the Cuban coffee and churros.
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Great tour
Christine_B, Jul 2021
Authentic Little Havana Food and Culture Walking Tour
This tour is fantastic! Our tour guide Farouk was well versed on culture and sights of Little Havana. The food tastings served throughout our tour was filling. Maybe consider skipping breakfast, and wear your tennis shoes.
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A terrific your!
Kenneth_L, Jul 2021
Little Havana Food and Walking Tour in Miami
Karlie was awesome, very fun tour. Great food, sights, and despite the rain, we had a ton of fun exploring Little Havana. Worth the experience.
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Excellent Tour
Matt_W, Mar 2021
Two Hour Little Havana Introductory Walking Tour in Miami
Ariel was a great guide for our little Havana tour! He knows the area well and has a vast knowledge about the Cuban American experience. A great addition to our weekend in Miami!
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Unphased by covid
Megan_B, Mar 2021
Little Havana Food and Walking Tour in Miami
So much fun. I was worried about taking a tour with all the restrictions due to covid but I'm glad we did. It was easy to hear our guide Gina speak. She was such a pleasure. We had a great time and it felt like it was the perfect length of time to enjoy ourselves and take in the culture.
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Great experience
Karen, Jul 2021
Cultural and Food Walking Tour through Little Havana in Miami
Ariel our Cuban guide was very nice and explain everything with a lot of patient and enthusiastic. Both in English and Spanish when we needed a translation.
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Perfect tour
Murray_J, Jul 2021
Miami: Little Havana Food, Cuban Culture, Mojito & Street Art Tour (Small Group)
Absolutely first class trip. Guide was perfect and very insightful. Highly recommend. Food and drink were first class.
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Awesome Experience
Jessica_W, Jul 2021
Authentic Little Havana Food and Culture Walking Tour
Faruk was so knowledgeable and his tour gave us a glimpse into Cuban culture.. Definitely had a great time.

Things to Know Before You Go

  • Little Havana houses some of Miami's most popular live music spots. Stop by Ball & Chain, Bar Nancy, or Hoy Como Ayer for a show.

  • Make sure to grab doughnuts at Velvet Creme, Miami’s oldest doughnut shop, and ice cream at Azucar.

  • There's a lot to explore—plan to spend at least three hours here.

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How To Get There

The Miami River separates Little Havana from downtown Miami on the northeast border. Calle Ocho (SW 8th Street) is the neighborhood’s epicenter, running between NW 22nd Avenue and SW 10th Avenue. You can get to Little Havana via the Metromover train or by bus. If you’re coming by car, take I-95 to NW 7th Street.

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When to Get There

Daily life is always pulsating to the beat of Cuban music in Little Havana. A daytime visit lets travelers see the neighborhood’s charming, banal side; the nightlife that erupts after dark is worth a visit in itself.

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What to Eat in Little Havana

One of the best ways to experience a culture is through its food, and Cuban culture in Miami’s Little Havana is no exception. On a Little Havana food tour, you can taste Cuban specialties such as guava pastries, chicken plantain cups, and flan ice cream while learning about Cuban traditions, history, and culinary practices from a local tour guide.

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