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  2. Things to Do in Little Havana: Your Guide for Cuban Miami

    Declared a “national treasure” by the National Trust for Historic Preservation, Little Havana is known for its historical, political, culinary and artistic contributions, as well as its architecturally valuable collection of early 20th century homes and commercial buildings.

  3. Little Havana (Miami) - All You Need to Know BEFORE You Go

    Little Havana was family friendly and an excellent place to explore. We saw lots of art, and historical displays. The main street is big enough to spend a few hours touring while not getting overwhelmed by the size of the neighborhood. The staff in the shops were friendly and there were some unique gifts for sale.

  4. Explore Little Havana | Greater Miami & Miami Beach

    Little Havana – the heart of Miami’s Cuban diaspora – is part of what makes Miami such a dynamic cultural destination. The neighborhood is centered around Calle Ocho (Southwest Eighth Street), a vibrant thoroughfare lined with Latin-inspired restaurants, bakeries, fruit stands, cigar shops, rum bars, art galleries and music venues.

  5. Little Havana - Wikipedia

    Little Havana (Spanish: Pequeña Habana) is a neighborhood of Miami, Florida, United States. Home to many Cuban exiles, as well as many immigrants from Central and South America, Little Havana is named after Havana, the capital and largest city in Cuba. Little Havana is noted as a center of social, cultural, and political activity in Miami.

  6. The 19 Best Restaurants in Little Havana - Eater Miami

    Little Havana is one of Miami’s most culturally diverse neighborhoods. While the name may suggest a strong Cuban influence — and don’t worry, there’s plenty of it — visitors to the area will find...

  7. The best things to do in Little Havana, Miami’s colorful ...

    Little Havana, meeting point disclosed with ticket purchase (303-578-6877). Daily at various times; $69, children $59 (includes food).

  8. Little Havana is Miami’s bustling Cuban heart. It runs west of Downtown Miami, between Brickell and Coral Gables and its epicenter is the legendary Calle Ocho. In the 1960s, as the number of exiled Cubans residing in the area increased dramatically, the neighborhood became known as “Little Havana”, a lively Cuban district, full of cafes ...

  9. Top Things to Do in Little Havana, Miami - TripSavvy

    Little Havana, also known as Calle Ocho (8th Street), might just be where the city's heart beats the loudest. This Cuban neighborhood is just a 15-minute drive from the ocean and chock full of personality, live music at all hours, and some of the tastiest Latin American cuisine in town.

  10. Little Havana Miami Neighborhood Guide -

    Little Havana is street-parking only, so ride-sharing and public transportation are advised. We suggest setting your dropoff around SW 13th Avenue and SW 8th Street.

  11. Little Havana in Miami is One of the Best Places to Travel ...

    Nearly a million Cubans live in Miami-Dade County, but the highest concentration of Cuban culture is, of course, in Miami’s Little Havana neighborhood – officially a national treasure, per the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Book your next trip with travel insurance that can cover ...