A little slice of Cuba
Say ‘hola’ to Latin culture in Miami’s vibrant Little Havana district, just to the west of Downtown. Home to a thriving Cuban community since the 1960s, you can dine out in incredible restaurants, pick up a souvenir in the brightly-colored shops or discover Latin influences in the exclusive art galleries.
Love to dance? Then hop off our Miami Bus Tour when you hear the sound of salsa drifting into the streets – you're sure to find somebody getting their groove on. Soak up the atmosphere on the iconic Calle Ocho and take a stroll down the famous Walkway of the Stars, where you’ll discover Little Havana’s cultural impact on the world.
Get that Friday feeling
If you’re lucky enough to catch a Viernes Culturales – an arts and culture festival held on the last Friday of every month – you’ll get to experience the true Latin spirit up close.
Sip rum cocktails in a traditional Cuban hang out where the locals might even challenge you to a game of dominoes. But be careful, because these guys really know how to play.
Other interesting facts about Little Havana, Miami:
- More than one million visitors hit the Calle Ocho during its annual street festival.
- The Art Deco Tower Theater is one of Miami’s oldest cultural landmarks, hosting its first performance in 1926.
- The Walkway of the Stars honours Latin entertainers including Gloria Estefan, Sammy Sosa and Celia Cruz.
- Little Havana has the highest concentration of Hispanic people in Miami.