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Little Havana Adventure

Adult (12+)
Child (6-12)
Child Under 6

You´ll be hot, hot , hot, for this artistic trip down the streets Of Miami´s Little Havana! We´re showing you the Cuban way in the USA, with a cup of cortadito, a taste of Latin infusion, a handful of local hangouts, and a chat with the locals. Viva la Pequeña Habana!


  • Get a taste of Havana in the most Cuban-influenced city of America!
  • Enjoy a taste of Miami’s delicious Cuban food from some of the most traditional family-run business of Little Havana
  • See Cuban-inspired art at one of the neighborhood’s many galleries and public spaces
  • Slip the famous Cuba coffee, cortadito, and witness the experts hand-rolling cigars
  • Sip on the most delicious of Cuban beverages, the classic mojito

Inclusions: Local English-speaking guide, coffee and juice samples, snacks, 1 mojito, access and entrance fees to galleries (if applicable).

Exclusions: Additional food and drinks, souvenirs and items of a personal nature, tips and gratuities for your guide.

Local Impact: How you will help the local community by joining this tour:

  • This tour helps preserve Cuban cultural heritage by visiting local businesses that specialize in Cuban products, economically impacting the neighbourhood and helping the Cuban community.
  • Through this tour you are helping Urban Adventures work to preserve and celebrate Little Havana to ensure it remains a healthy, vital, and affordable urban neighborhood.
  • Guillermina Hernandez is the matriarch of Los Pinarenos, the only open-air fruit market on Calle 8. For Guillermina, Little Havana has proven that immigrants can prosper from nothing, and you stop here for a juice and to listen to her vibrant stories.
  • Domino Park is a sanctuary for Little Havana and its people and offers you a chance to interact with locals and experience Cuban culture in the neighborhood.
  • Another example that helps preserve the cultural heritage is your last stop at Ball and Chain Bar, where tour groups usually dance salsa with their local guides and interact with the band and dancers.

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