Nice still spot visiting Miami to give you a Cuban feel. Nice cafes. Bit overrated. Watch out for the usual tourist traps.
About Little Havana
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One of the locations that Bus tours drop you off. Cigar stores all over. All selling the best cigars based on prices. Places to take pictures and see the sights of one part of Miami Beach area
There are so many things to see and do in Little Havana .There is a walking tour of restaurants and bars which is good fun. Take the tour it just is easier.
I'll start by saying that driving here was a little trickey and parking is crazy. Enjoyed the Domino Park, shops, street vendors. Felt safe during the day but would not suggest going here in the evening. Just like anywhere, be aware of your surroundings.
The local restaurants are great, and the area tries to hold as much of the Cuban culture as possible.
This a great place to visit for bar hopping. There are many places to eat and drink and dance too. You can even watch how the Cuban cigars are made and play some dominoes. The cinema in calle 8 between 17ave and 13 ave is...More
Definitely a place to visit. Allow 3 hours. Lots of color and noise. And history. Great eateries. Try a mojito but don't drive afterwards. Watch the cigar makers. Take your Spanish translater app......we didn't find anyone who spoke English and that was a little bit...More
We made a return to Little Havana and again ate a fabulous lunch at Nuevo Siglo Supermarket. They serve the best Cuban food at very reasonable prices. You can sit a charming old fashioned lunch counter. The small shops sporting Havana straw hats, Cuban memorabilia...More
We went to Calle Ocho to see some of this highly recommended part of Miami. Spent some time walking around, but we were not impressed at all. Looked like a regular street anywhere in Miami. So perhaps we didn't walk far enough? Only really nice...More