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Little Havana Excursion, Miami

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    • Adult (12+)
    • Child (6-11)
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Key Highlights

  • Go straight to the heart of Miami’s Cuban community in Little Havana!
  • Complimentary Mojito at a popular, local bar!
  • Pay a visit to a cigar factory!
  • Try a Cortadito – the Cuban espresso!
  • Meet your friendly and knowledgeable tour guide!
  • Overview

    Feel the rhythm of Miami’s Latino heritage on a Little Havana Excursion!

    With your Little Havana Excursion tickets, you’ll enjoy the Latin flavor of Miami’s most well-known Hispanic neighborhood.  Enjoy delicious Cuban food while catchy Latin songs fill the air.  Then, stop by one of the beloved ventanitas (small cafés) that line the streets.  When you stroll down the sidewalk in Little Havana, you’ll feel like you’re no longer in America.  Home to a vast population of Cuban exiles, the neighborhood has been named after the capital and largest city in Cuba, Havana.  It’s known for its vibrant street life, restaurants, political passion, mom-and-pop businesses, and a warm community feeling.  Miami’s Cubanos are very proud of their neighborhood.  And, the famous Calle Ocho strip has only added to the fame of this lively area of Miami. 

    You’ll begin your excursion at the Cubaocho Museum and Performing Arts Center, which is considered the heart of the Miami Cuban community.  To give you a boost before your tour, you’ll get to taste a Cuban specialty:  Cortadito.  Cortadito is a Cuban espresso; and, in true Cuban style, we’ll pair that with a delicious, Cuban pastry.  Next, we’ll take you to a cigar factory.  Watch as the experts teach you the art of cigar-rolling and find out what makes Cuban cigars the most-sought after smoke in the world.  You will then proceed to a locally owned art gallery before checking out the important Bay of Pigs monument.  Walk down the Calle Ocho strip and get a feel for the Cuban influence.  We’ll finish your Little Havana Excursion with a classic mojito made in a popular local bar.  If you want a true taste of the city’s diverse culture, the Little Havana excursion is one of the best things to do in Miami!

  • Activity Schedule & Itinerary

    Activity Schedule

    When does it run?



    2 hours.

    Start time

    11:00 a.m.

    Meeting Point

    Cubaocho Museum and Performing Arts Center, 1465 SW 8th Street, Suite 106, Miami, FL 33135.

    Ending Point

  • Inclusions & Exclusions


    • Little Havana Excursion
    • Two-hour tour of Miami’s Little Havana
    • Coffee and juice samples
    • One complimentary mojito
    • Complimentary snacks
    • Access and entrance fees to galleries and murals (if applicable)
    • Professional tour guide and commentary
  • Please note

    The confirmation voucher includes the local activity operator’s contact details.  They’re a nice bunch and will happily answer any logistical questions you may have.  Please give them a call at least 24 hours before your organized activity to reconfirm.

    No need to print!  If you are traveling with a smartphone or a tablet you can present the voucher on your device for this activity.

    So there’s no last-minute rush, please arrive at the meeting point 10 minutes early.

    Children between the ages of 6 and 11 can get a discount on this tour.  Please select ‘child’ above when booking.  Children below the age of 6 are free of charge.

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