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  • Miami: Little Havana Walking Food Tour with Lunch

    1. Miami: Little Havana Walking Food Tour with Lunch

    Venture off-the-beaten-path on this 2.5-hour walking tour of Miami’s Little Havana, taking an edible route through one of the city’s oldest neighborhoods. Learn about traditional Cuban cuisine, eating your way along Calle Ocho as you stroll. Designed for locals and visitors alike, you will uncover the area’s rich history and culture, tasting Cuban recipes that have been handed down through generations. Meet local artists, watch cigar rollers, peek in at Domino Park. Taste a Cuban classic at a true Cuban institution. Learn about Mariquitas and Malanga Frita. Enjoy chicken and picadillo stuffed plantain cups. Step into old Cuba and try guarapo juice at a family run fruteria. And sip a café Cubano, crafted by the most talented barista in town. All food tastings are included in the price and will provide a lunch large enough for the hungriest of foodies.

    Great tour, excellent food and drinks. I am a history teacher and even I learned about the interesting perspectives of the community in regard to Bay of Pigs and current Cuban/American relations.

  • Miami: Cruise to Millionaire's Homes and Hop on-Hop Off Bus

    2. Miami: Cruise to Millionaire's Homes and Hop on-Hop Off Bus

    Board the boat from the heart of Downtown Miami. Sit back and relax in luxury on a bi-level boat with open windows and a shaded deck. From downtown, you will set sail towards Star Island, where many celebrities live in their impressive mansions. Catch a glimpse of Al Capone’s house as you cruise along Biscayne Bay, then on to Hibiscus Island, Palm Island, Sunset Island, and Fischer Island. See the famous Venetian Islands and discover more mansions of the rich and famous along the way. After your 90 minute cruise in Biscayne Bay, jump on to a Double Decker Bus and Hop on-Hop off all day. See all the best sites in Miami from Little Havana to South Beach on Ocean Dr and Lincoln Road, Wynwood Walls, the Art Deco District, Brickell, and much more. The Double Decker bus departs every hour from Bayside Marketplace starting at 10 a.m., with the last departure at 4 p.m.

  • Miami: Little Havana Food, Culture, Mojito & Street Art Tour

    3. Miami: Little Havana Food, Culture, Mojito & Street Art Tour

    Your private tour of Miami’s Little Havana begins in the heart of the Cuban community. Check out some historic architectural beauties, as well as some unique collections of art. Visit one of the many locally owned art galleries in the neighborhood. Hear stories from first-generation immigrants from Cuba and learn about the influence of Cuban art in Miami. See the important Bay of Pigs monument en route to a favorite local juice bar, where you’ll get to quench your thirst with a dose of sugarcane or mango juice. Visit SW 8th Street to experience the Caribbean flavor that fills the air, from the classic Domino Park where locals challenge one another to domino games, to the conga music that you hear live in the streets. Your tour will end at one of the neighborhood’s favorite watering holes for a taste of a classic mojito.

    This was hands down one of the best tours I’ve ever been on. It’s a must-see and do, things in Florida!! This was definitely the highlight of our trip! By the way, our tour lady was great. She was very friendly and knowledgeable.

  • Little Havana: Food & Cultural Walking Tour with Lunch

    4. Little Havana: Food & Cultural Walking Tour with Lunch

    Immerse yourself in the vibrant culture of Little Havana, and experience its cultural traditions, sights, sounds, stories, rhythms, aromas, and flavors. Learn the rich stories behind the people and places, and walk away feeling like a local. Designed for locals and visitors alike, you will uncover the area’s rich history and culture, tasting Cuban recipes that have been handed down through generations. Meet and interact with locals, visit spiritual sites, and learn about secret religious practices. Watch senior exiles play dominoes on Domino Plaza, be amazed as skilled vaqueros hand-roll cigars, sip freshly brewed Cuban coffee, and admire the greatest collection of Cuban art outside of Cuba. Master the basics of merengue or salsa dance, and round-off your experience at a sit-down restaurant with a homemade meal of Cuban food.

  • Miami: Little Havana Walking Tour

    5. Miami: Little Havana Walking Tour

    Little Havana is one of Miami's most culturally rich spots that showcase Cuban culture at its finest. This tour will take you to through 8th street where you will see various popular spots and areas filled with restaurants, bars and attractions. From the aroma of Cuban cuisine that fills the streets along with the music, this tour takes visitors through the Cuban experience seeing cigar shops, fierce dominoes players, to thriving bars that takes over at night, Little Havana is the place to be! This tour takes you on a journey through the famous 'Calle Ocho' (8th street) where the street is bubbling with people, culture and flavor. Meet with the tour guide in front of the historical 'Bay of Pigs Monument.' You will be given a brief history of Little Havana and the cultural influence of Cuban and Hispanic and how it shaped the community. Then, you will walk to various cultural hot spots ...

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What people are saying about Freedom Tower, Miami

Overall rating

4.9 / 5

based on 148 reviews

This tour was amazing. We had Ralph as our guide, he is an American-born Cuban and lives in Little Havana (he even showed us his house). Could not get more local and authentic. He knew all of the vendors personally as well as all of the locals. In addition to the great food, we learned a lot about the culture -- but not to the point where it was a boring history lesson. The tour struck just the right balance. For example, Ralph took us to Domino Park and explained to us the differences/rules of Cuban dominos, and we watched the elders play two games. We left this tour completely stuffed and did not eat dinner that day!

Miguel is an excellent guide. Very knowledgeable about the culture and history. Plenty of food and drink to keep you full. Be prepared for possible rain. They have limited ponchos available so bring an umbrella. Excellent experience.

This was the best experience of our time in Miami! Our guide Robyn was extremely knowledgeable and friendly. We are tons of delicious food and learned all about the culture and people of Little Havana. Don’t pass this up!

Great tour, excellent food and drinks. I am a history teacher and even I learned about the interesting perspectives of the community in regard to Bay of Pigs and current Cuban/American relations.

Lana was so was fun to be around and kept us entertained