Little Havana Cultural and Historical Food Tour
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The Little Havana cultural and historical food tour of Miami allows you to dip into one of the most culturally vibrant places in all of America. The Cubans who came to this area started their own neighborhood because they wanted to have their own space. You can tour this space where the bodegas, the restaurants, and the shops all shout with Cuban culture.
The historical and food tour of the area is a good start to any vacation, or it could take you into a part of the city you would not have visited on your own. The tour guide is a local, and they let you know how this city has changed over the years. The tour guide explains how the Cuban population has grown, and they show you some of the oldest Cuban establishments in the city.
You are shown all the best restaurants in the area, and you are taught how these Cuban joints are related to the old country. You might even meet some nice people who welcome you into their homes when the tour is over. This is the best way to get immersed in Cuban culture and have something nice to eat.
You might have everything from little Cuban pastries to Cuban coffee, and you are touring with a guide who is a native. You see how Little Havana became its own section of Miami, and you walk into a new world when the tour starts.
Little Havana is a must-see for your family, and getting tour tickets online makes this an affordable experience.
Meet your local guide at a central location in Little Havana and begin your adventure through the Cuban-American cultural and historical capital.
Block by block, in a small group, we will discover the Cuban history of Miami and enrich you with knowledge of the relations between our nation and Cuba including Cuban Independence Day, Castro's Revolution and current
In just three hours we will visit six local, family-owned Cuban and South-American restaurants and sample various cuisines offering a fusion of local and international decadence.
The tastings will be presented in a variety of fare including world famous Cuban coffee and mojito, ropa vieja, guava flavored pastries, Cuban sandwich and more.
On Calle Ocho, in Little Havana, you will be introduced to making the famous coffee and Cuban cigars by skilled local workers, explore the rising Cuban art scene and local artist galleries.
Also see historical landmarks as Maximo Gomez Domino Park, Cuban Memorial Park, Bay of Pigs Museum, Tower Theater and more.
Pickup & Return:
Central location on 8th street.
Departure Times: 11:30am
- All restaurant food and drink tastings, as noted
- Local taxes
- Walking tour with local tour guide
Does not include:
- Gratuity (suggested)
- Hotel pick up and drop-off
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Operates in all weather conditions, please dress appropriately according to the weather conditions
- Please wear comfortable shoes
- Wheelchair accessible
We are not able to accommodate guest with celiac disease, gluten allergies or vegan diet. If you have a
vegetarianin the group please mention it in the comment box when you make a reservation. If you have any other allergies please contact the supplier to discuss further options.