With Cubans settling in Little Havana for about 50 years now, you’ll meet the base of Miami’s Hispanic population in this particular place of interest.
While Spanish is the main language that you’ll hear when you opt for a walking tour around Little Havana, don’t expect that you’ll entirely meet Cubans in this part of Miami as there are also Nicaraguans or Salvadorans residing in here.
So consider getting to know more about the Hispanic community of Miami, wherein you’ll definitely appreciate good coffee, reasonably-priced Cuban cuisine, excellent cigarettes as well as beautiful yet inexpensive artworks, by taking part in a $25-worth of walking tour.
Here’s a sample of what you’ll experience when participating in the Little Havana walking tour:
Dr. Paul George will guide you through Little Havana, pointing out the significance of South Florida bungalow architecture, the Tower Theater, old-fashioned hand rollers at a cigar factory, and more. Visit Cuban Memorial Boulevard and observe the monuments that speak to the exile presence in Miami. See the home of Miami's first mayor. The tour ends with an optional lunch at the iconic Versailles.