Little Havana



Little Havana is one of the 25 neighborhoods of the city of Miami; highly populated by Cuban immigrants, it is considered one of the world’s largest neighborhood for Cuban exiles.


What visit in Little Havana


Little Havana is famous for its solid street life, family businesses, passionate residents, many excellent restaurants, music venues and cultural activities. See Club in Little Havana

Restaurants

  • Versailles Restaurant Cuban Cuisine - the most famous coffee window in the city.
  • Exquisito Chocolates - chocolate factory is in the heart of Little Havana
  • La Camaronera Seafood Joint and Fish Market - just items from the sea
  • El Rey De Las Fritas - King of the Fritas
  • The Union Beer Store - if you love beer
  • Azucar Ice Cream Company - most famous ice cream
  • Los Pinarenos Fruteria - mangoes, watermelons, coconuts, and exotic tropical fruits
  • Sanguich de Miami - best Cubano in Miami
  • Terras - r a ooftop bar and restaurant in Little Havana

Landmarks and Events in Little Havana

Among its landmarks, Calle Ocho and the Walk of Fame of Latin celebrities and personalities, are probably the 2 most known. Other important attractions include the Cuban Memorial Plaza, the Bay of Pigs Invasion Monument, the Tower Theater, the Bust of José Martí and Domino Park.

Map Little Havana and the Greater Miami

 

Calle Ocho


Little Havana also hosts the famous Calle Ocho Street Festival, part of the “Carnaval of Miami”, and one of the largest Caribbean carnival festival in the world with more than 1 million attendees. This Live Music Street Festival features 30 stages and counting, hundreds of street vendors and hundreds of activities for the whole family.

The Festival also appears in the Guinness Book of World Records because in 1988 the world’s longest Conga line was made here with more than 119,986 people!
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