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Little Havana Food and Walking Tour in Miami

From US$58,99
  • Food walking tour of Miami’s Little Havana neighborhood
  • Tastings at five restaurants and cafes for a great overview
  • Visit artists, cigar makers, and more in Miami’s Cuban community
Little Havana Food and Walking Tour in Miami
From US$58,99
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11:30am Little Havana Food and Walking Tour in Miami
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12:30pm Little Havana Food and Walking Tour in Miami
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Taste your way through Miami’s Little Havana neighborhood on a food walking tour exploring the vibrant and historic neighborhood. Try everything from Cuban coffee to home-style Cuban cooking, with plenty of tastings for a full lunch. Exploring Little Havana with a guide means you learn the stories behind each item you try, meet local artists, watch deft cigar rollers, and take in the bustling scene at Domino Park.

What to Expect

Meet your guide in Little Havana, and set out on foot through the historic neighborhood, which is at the heart of Cuban Miami’s social, cultural, and political scene.

Stop at a series of family-owned destinations near Calle Ocho, tasting a mix of traditional and innovative dishes. The menu changes to keep the experience fresh, but favorite foods include mamey and flan ice cream, plantain cups filled with chicken and picadillo, a guava pastry, Cuban coffee, guarapo juice, plantain chips, and malanga frita—it’s like a taro root, but sweeter.

As you walk, take in Little Havana cultural highlights as well, visiting artist studios, catching some Cuban rhythms, watching cigars being rolled, and learning about local spiritual beliefs and practices. Take advantage of the small-group atmosphere to ask questions about life in Little Havana, and get tips on where to eat, drink, and explore in Cuban Miami.

Tour ends at original departure point.

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Reviewed today
Great food, wondeful experience

This tour is a 'must do' when visiting Miami/Little Havana area. There is so much interesting information shared on this culinary tour, the guide was friendly, and there is LOTS of food sampled along the way so make sure you come hungry. The guide took...More

Thank Annemarie E
Reviewed yesterday
Also good for vegetarians

A friend and I did this tour with Lana last Saturday. Really enjoyed it, the tour was well organized, informative and the food was very good. I was a little concerned that there wouldn't be much to try as a vegetarian but was very pleasantly...More

Thank UshaNaik
Reviewed yesterday via mobile
Little Havana Miami Cuba now visited!!

Our host for the day was Hoji....he was so knowledgeable on the gistory9d this area ...everything we encountered on the food tour had a story and explanation which I loved We went into some lovely places and tasted excellent foods Everywhere was ready for a...More

Thank Lorraine C
Reviewed 2 days ago
Loved it!

We did the Little Havana Tour and absolutely loved it. The food was great, the tour guide (Lana) was very informative. A must do in Miami!

Thank 201arim
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile
This is a must in Little Havana

This was our first walking tour and it did not disappoint! The guide was awesome and the food was Excellent! The guide explained everything you needed and wanted to know about each place we visited! I would highly this tour! Looking forward to doing more...More

Thank Rick B
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19 May 2018|
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Response from kellyl0102 | Reviewed this property |
There were a couple of vegetarians in my group and our guide made sure to get them a substitute for the cuban sandwich and empanadas we had at our first stop. I believe that was the only meat we had.
17 May 2018|
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Response from Polly W | Reviewed this property |
There are a lot of people and the sidewalks are not always even. I would wait until you can enjoy yourself instead of just trying to keep up with the group.
14 May 2018|
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Response from Brian S | Reviewed this property |
I don’t see why kids wouldn’t do well on this tour. There are several sights to see including chickens, dominoes players, piano players, and street activity. We had no kids on our tour but if there had been they might have... More