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Miami: Little Havana Food and Walking Tour

1. Miami: Little Havana Food and Walking Tour

Explore the 5 main blocks of Miami's Little Havana and learn about the culture and history of this unique neighborhood with a local guide. Enjoy tastings from the best family-owned establishments on Calle Ocho, serving traditional Cuban food and coffee. Upgrade your experience to include a bus tour. Meet your local bilingual guide at a traditional Cuban coffee house where the coffee is roasted in-house, and where you can taste this unique beverage for yourself. On the tour, you will: taste a variety of Cuban foods such as empanadas, croquetas, chicken plantains, guava pastries, and Cuban Churros; meet local musicians and enjoy traditional Cuban music; watch the ancient art of cigar rolling: and visit cultural and historic sites along the way. Visit the cultural epicenter that is Domino Park. See the iconic Cuban Jazz bar that Louis Armstrong and Billie Holiday frequented. Learn about the historic Tower Theatre and the Cubaocho Museum and Performing Arts Center. Walk the Calle Ocho Walk of Fame honoring Celia Cruz and Gloria Estefan. Cuban history is ever present in this neighborhood with the eternal flame and memorials for those who fought for Cuban Independence in the Cuban Memorial Boulevard Park, and the Bay of Pigs Monument which honors those who fell in that battle. You can upgrade your tour to include the Big Bus Double Decker Tour which has a stop in Little Havana. Tour around Miami with unforgettable views of South Beach, Miami Beach, Wynwood Walls, Bayside Marketplace, and much more from the top of the double-decker bus.

Miami: Little Havana Guided Walking Tour

2. Miami: Little Havana Guided Walking Tour

Get to know Little Havana in Miami with a guided walking tour. Let your guide show you the music, culture, and history of this vibrant district. Meet your guide Maximo Gomez Park. Take in the local vibe on Calle Ocho street. Find out how the area is linked to the Cuban revolution. See locals playing dominos. Pass specialty shops, and cigar manufacturers. View the Cuban influence on the architecture. Get suggestions on where to eat food like media noche sandwiches, empanadas, and plantains. Hear about the Bay of Pigs conflict, and Santeria, a religion which originated in the Caribbean

Miami City & Boat Tour with Bike Rental

3. Miami City & Boat Tour with Bike Rental

This combination package allows you to explore everything that Miami has to offer by bus, boat, and bike. Start your day with a pickup from your hotel or local accommodation and explore the city of Miami from the comfort of an air-conditioned bus. Visit many of Miami's most scenic spots on land including South Beach’s Art Deco District, Ocean Drive, Downtown Miami, Brickell Avenue, Coconut Grove, Coral Gables, Little Havana, and Calle Ocho.  After exploring the city by land, hit the water with a fully narrated sightseeing boat cruise. Your cruise will pass through Biscayne Bay where you will see the Downtown Miami skyline, the Port of Miami, Fisher Island, and Millionaire’s Row. Beverages and light snacks are available for purchase on board during the 90-minute cruise.  Finally, exploring South Beach by bicycle is an excellent way to see Miami beach even further. You'll ride through glamorous South Beach and experience a tropical paradise, see Versace Mansion, Star Island, the vibrant Lincoln Road outdoor mall, Ocean Drive and the Art Deco District, South Point Park, and more.

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What people are saying about Calle Ocho Walk of Fame

Overall rating

4.2 / 5

based on 6 reviews

The boat tour to the stars was best ...

The Miami City Tour was ok, but I think I would have preferred to book it individually. We had a 2.5 hour stop before we could go on the boat tour, so we were in the hotel late in the afternoon. According to GYG, 4 hours were scheduled (with pick-up and drop-off 5 hours I could understand), but we were on the road from 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (= 7.5 hours). That was too long for me personally. The pickup was flawless. Miami City Tour: You had to be able to speak English very well, as people spoke very quickly (and at the same time always translated into Spanish). I can definitely recommend the boat tour. The bike tour did not take place at all, which we found very unfortunate. All in all I can highly recommend GYG, the tour only "conditionally" for the price per person ...

Our guide was amazing! Arianne was passion about Little Havana, having grown up there. She knew all the local spots and had deep knowledge of the history, and ongoing struggle of the Cuban people. Her energy and pride about the people and area was a delight to be around. She even pointed us to a spot JUST off the main tour for great Fritas! HIGHLY recommend! We will be going back to Little Havana for salsa lessons later in the week!

The bus tour was cool as long as you have a group of people with you. Once we went to the restaurant that’s when the fun really began everyone start drinking. The boat trip was cool too the bar sold out fast.

Bus great, very informative. Boat even better. Awesome except no bikes......