Little Havana: History, tradition and culture

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In 1959, Miami's history took an unexpected turn with the arrival of Cuban immigrants. Let the voice of an old Cuban man take you on a sentimental journey. As you explore the colorful Little Havana neighborhood, you can immerse yourself in history like never before. Special commentaries bring to life the nostalgia and joy of Cuban culture. The tour begins in front of the Little Havana Visitor Center. You will discover Calle Ocho, where Carnival is celebrated every year, and the Tower Theater, where Cuban immigrants could see movies in Spanish. You will also discover the famous Domino Park. Its real name is Maximo Gomez Park, in honor of the man who fought for Cuba's independence from Spain. The tour continues when you will hear about Celia Cruz, one of the most famous Cuban singers, on Paseo de La Fama. The tour ends at Cuban Memorial Boulevard, which honors the Cuban soldiers who fought in the Bay of Pigs invasion.

Itinerary Details

Operated by: SOUNDWALKRS

This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: Little Havana Visitors Center

They will know more about the History of this famous neighborhood

Duration: 5 minutes

Pass By: Domino Park

Cuban culture comes to life in this Soundwalk experience

Pass By: Calle Ocho

Follow the voice of this old-timer and listen to all the cuban stories

Pass By: Cuban Memorial Boulevard Park


Pass By: Bay of Pigs Monument

Historical landmark

Pass By: Tower Theater

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