- 3 hours (Approx.)
- Mobile ticket
On this small group VIP tour, your local resident guide will delve into all the cultural highlights that is Little Havana--history, secret religious practices, food, music, art, cigars and other customs.Visit the oldest open farmer's market in Miami and see vast array and rich colors of tropical fruits and sample a refreshing juice extract; watch players compete in long-time tradition at Domino Park; discover a hidden gem museum and art gallery with one of the greatest Cuban art collections; watch taqueros roll tobacco leaves to create the finest cigars; feel the rhythm of the sounds of salsa and if you're inclined, learn basic dance steps to bachata music. Sample Cuban coffee, and enjoy a filling savory homemade Cuban meal at a family restaurant. Yes Lunch is included! All this while hearing stories from your local guide. A tour to be remembered. Hasta pronto! (See you soon).
- Explore the local streets on a walking tour of the city
- Informative, friendly and professional guide
- Small group ensures personal service
- All taxes, fees and handling charges
- Food tasting
- Professional guide
- Transportation to/from attractions
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
1305 SW 8th St
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627 SW 15th Ave, Miami, FL 33135, USA
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Stop At: Little Havana, Miami, Florida
Meet your tour guide at the Bay of Pigs Memorial at 10am to begin this cultural walking tour through a humble but evolving neighborhood, boasting a kaleidoscope of culture, traditional customs, and vivid colors. Weave in and out of streets that mark the site of secret ritual offerings, the very location where the Bay of Pigs was planned, and the fountain of youth for the mature resident. You'll find out which cigar JFK liked so much that he bought the entire national supply before passing the embargo. Enjoy a fun and informative walk through Little Havana. Sample some classic Cuban bites which may include a Cuban sandwich, fried plantains, roast pork, and Cuban coffee at a family restaurant. Your tour guide can answer any questions about the history, the food, the people, and the politics. Guides will gladly take your photos for your entire group so no one is left out. A pre-planned menu is selected. Coffee, sodas, and juices are not included but may be purchased on their own. The tour ends at the El Pub restaurant around 1pm.
Duration: 3 hours
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Wheelchair accessible
- Tour takes place rain or shine
- Comfortable walking shoes are recommended
- Please provide any dietary restrictions in the Special Requirements section when booking
- Minimum numbers apply. There is a possibility of cancellation after confirmation if there is not enough passengers to meet requirements. In the event of this occurring, you will be offered an alternative or full refund
- Near public transportation
- Transportation is wheelchair accessible
- Surfaces are wheelchair accessible
- Most travelers can participate
- This tour/activity will have a maximum of 10 travelers
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
Great history, great food and a nice opportunity to see Little Havana. Danny, our tour guide, was very informative.
I returned to the open-air food market called Los Pinareeños to buy a fruit called “mamy”; it was excellent. I also bought plantains in different stages of ripeness. The owner told me how to prepare them and they were also delicious.
Our very enthusiastic and knowledgeable host Danny brought his A game in winding us through the streets of Little Havana. Marviloso!
This tour gave us a great introduction to Little Havana and was a great preaparation for our vist two days later real Havanna. We visited the Bay of Pogs monument and received an indepth presentation about the events leading up to and during this critical event. We visited the Domino Park, Guanamara Cigar Store, stopped to admire and lesrn about the many murals, and had a great Cuban lunch at El
This is a thorough and entertaining walk through Little Havana and its cultural delights and challenges.
Annalise was great- a long time resident of the area. She did not rush and full of educational tidbits. Only negative was long wait at the ending meal. Also told we would recieve an email with a power point slide show with pictures and description of all the places we visited- haven’t seen.
Christine was an amazing tour guide, I highly recommend taking this trip
I booked this tour for myself and my 2 teenage kids ages 14 and 17. We got lucky and essentially had our own private tour which exceeded our expectations and ended up being the highlight of our Miami/Key West vacation. Our tour guide, Annalise, had the right amount of energy. She is a local who grew up in Little Havana so she knows first hand the local culture. Anna shared interesting historical facts and pointed out the growth, changes, and development of this cultural area. Being a native of the area, she introduced us to business owners, locals, and artists who were all extremely welcoming and friendly. She picked up right away that we are lovers of art and made a point to highlight all the murals and took us to all the local art galleries. We had local cuisine for lunch which was amazing. We would not change anything about our tour experience and this was definitely worth the price. We highly recommend this tour hands down!
We loved our Little Havana Cultural Walking and Food Tour. Annalise our host was magnificent. Since she is a native of Miami, with ties to Venezuela, Cuba and the Latin culture, we felt her passion, desire to tell us the history of the real Little Havana, and give us a perspective of the area. This was one of our favorite things that we did during our 5 days in Miami. I would strongly recommend. Also, the food / sample stops were excellent. The real Cuba fare.