Little Havana

Just west of downtown, Little Havana is one of Miami's liveliest and most exotic neighborhoods. A heady ambience floats over Calle Ocho, the Spanish-influenced tobacco and coffee scented main street, whose spirited street life beats even faster during the Calle Ocho Festival held every year in mid-March. Ever since the first wave of Cuban immigrants fleeing the revolution in 1959, Little Havana has remained a beacon for Hispanic refugees and the political center of the Cuban diaspora.

Useful information

Address : 

351 SW 4th St., 33135 Miami

Phone:

+1 305-539-3000

Nearby tourist attractions

Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM)
Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM)
Dedicated to modern and contemporary art
1:30
History Miami
History Miami
The second floor of the History Miami
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Freedom Tower
Freedom Tower
One of Miami-Dade County's most striking
1:00
Downtown
Downtown
Bordered on three sides by the temperate
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Bayside Marketplace
Bayside Marketplace
Linked to Bayfront Park via a sidewalk,
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Bayfront Park
Bayfront Park
Bayfront Park owes its 32-acre
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So designated by the City of Miami in
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