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Little Havana Cultural Walking and Food Tour

From US$54.99
  • See Little Havana highlights in a few hours on a guided walking tour
  • Sample Cuban foods from a family-owned restaurant (included)
  • Stress-free package ideal for first-time visitors
Little Havana Cultural Walking and Food Tour
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Little Havana Cultural Walking and Food Tour

Miami’s Little Havana is a vibrant neighborhood full of rich history, rhythms, flavor, and culture. With this tour, explore the highlights of the area by foot with a local guide showing you the highlights. Get the insider view of the neighborhood as you stroll through a local farmers market, see expert cigar rollers at work, sip on Cuban coffee, and enjoy a lunch of classic Cuban cuisine.

What to Expect

Meet your guide at the Bay of Pigs Memorial to begin the tour. Explore the neighborhood full of culture, traditional customs, and vivid colors. Listen carefully as your guide shares stories and history from the area.

Stroll through a farmers market full of fresh tropical fruits, see expert cigar rollers at work at a cigar factory, make a stop at an art gallery, watch game-playing regulars compete at Domino Park, and visit a historic nightclub.

End your tour at a family-owned restaurant for an authentic, homemade meal. Sample freshly extracted tropical juice, traditional finger foods, Cuban coffee, Cuban ice cream, and more (all included).

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1 - 5 of 14 reviews

Reviewed 1 week ago
You should do this tour! Brilliant,

Our guide was Danny, we couldn’t have asked for a friendlier or more knowledgable guide with a real passion for Little Havana. Great historical and cultural insight, lots of tasters of the local cuisine, coffee and ice-cream! The lunch stop was excellent too. This tour...More

1  Thank AberdeenshireTom
Reviewed 1 week ago
Little Havana Tour - highly recommend.

My husband and I spent 3 days in Miami right before celebrating Christmas in cold snowy Boston. Little Havana Tour was definitely the highlight of our trip! The tour was absolutely incredible: we learned about Cuban history, culture and cuisine. We were able to visit...More

1  Thank Daria T
Reviewed 30 April 2018
Loved the Culture and History!

I took the Art Deco Tour with a friend who was visiting from New Jersey and we were thrilled. Unlike a big tour bus, we were able to get personal with our guide Ariel, a native, who made us feel like locals. The best part...More

2  Thank christina L
Christine M, Manager at Art Deco Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 4 weeks ago

Hello Christina, It's always locals who are the most enthused about our tours. We often take our home city for granted and it's always exciting to discover a hidden treasure in our backyard. We offer both the Art Deco tour in South Beach and you...More

Reviewed 25 April 2018
Informative and fun

I took this tour solo while my wife was attending her work functions. Annalise was very enjoyable to have as a guide. The tour consisted of some history of Cuba, some history of the Little Havana area, some takes on current life in the area,...More

3  Thank xjkrcx
Reviewed 24 April 2018 via mobile
Must do Tour!

Awesome tour! You will know so much more than the history of Little Havana, you will come away with an amazingly packed experience. Our tour guide was Anna and she even spent extra time after the regular tour to show us more neat places! The...More

1  Thank Jason H
Christine M, Manager at Art Deco Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 10 June 2018

Hello Jason! Thank you for sharing your unique experience with Art Deco & Little Havana Tours. Anna is a native Miamian, which is very rare, and definitely knows the off-the-beaten hidden nooks and specialty places most tourists and other locals do not know exist! And...More

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Response from xjkrcx | Reviewed this property |
4 blocks in a straight line on the same side of the street as the memorial. The tour meanders back and forth across the street so you will walk further than that to get there.