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Miami: Guided City Tour and Boat Ride

1. Miami: Guided City Tour and Boat Ride

Explore Miami's best places and most popular neighborhoods with a guided tour of the city. Drive through South Beach, explore the Downtown, Wynwood the Street Art District, and more. Then, embark on a boat ride of Biscayne Bay and see Millionaire's Row. Begin your tour with pickup at the Bayside Marketplace or South Beach and delve into the sights of Miami. Explore the stunning Art Deco architecture in South Beach before admiring the towering skyscrapers of the Downtown Miami Skyline. Next, visit Coconut Grove and Coral Gables, one of the oldest neighborhoods in the city, and learn about its history and main attractions. Take some time for lunch in Calle 9, Little Havana, and taste a Cafecity Cubano Coffee. In Wynwood, discover the colorful Street Art District, full of Modern Art that demands each visitor's attention. Finally, arrive at the Bayside Marketplace to board a boat and experience the Biscayne Bay from the water. Admire the famous Millionaire's Row, and get a peek into the opulent lifestyles of celebrities and their mansions. Afterward, take time for shopping, enjoying food souvenirs, taking photos, and relaxing in an entertaining atmosphere before heading back to your desired meeting point.

Miami: Day and Night Tour with Cruise and Skyviews Wheel

2. Miami: Day and Night Tour with Cruise and Skyviews Wheel

Explore the Art Deco district and Miami Beach on a guided van tour. Enjoy a walking tour through eye-catching art in the Wynwood Walls area and soak up vibrant culture in the streets of Little Havana. Sail through Biscayne Bay and save time with skip-the-line tickets to the Skyview Miami Wheel. Be picked up from the comfort of your accommodation in downtown Miami or South Beach. Sit back and relax comfort and style in an air-conditioned Mercedes Metris van. Drive through South Beach and pass through the Art Deco district, an area of Miami Beach with over 800 art-deco. View colorful buildings, interesting décor elements, and intricate details. Stop for a few minutes at Miami South Beach to snap pictures of the white sand and glamorous scenery. Continue to the Wynwood Walls open-air street art installation which covers over 80,000 square feet of abandoned warehouse walls with murals from artists around the globe. Immerse yourself in bright, eclectic street art and whimsical graffiti. Head to Little Havana to experience the beat of the city’s lively Cuban heart. Learn about why the district is known as the center of social, cultural, and political activity in the city. Soak up vibe on the streets as you pass by restaurants, music, and unique shops. Relax with a Island Queen Cruise. Sail through the scenic Biscayne Bay and take in views of the Miami skyline, the Port of Miami, and Fisher Island. Try to spot a celebrity or two at “Millionaire’s Row” where the rich and famous live. Make your way to Bayside Marketplace, a two-story open air shopping center in downtown Miami. Have some free time to explore the area, go get lunch, or do some shopping. Drive to South Pointe Park for panoramic views of the South Beach shoreline, Downtown Miami’s skyline, and Fisher Island. Go towards downtown and travel on the MacArthur and Rickenbacker Causeway where you can see beautiful views of the Biscayne Bay as it is illuminated at night. Finish your tour at the city’s latest attraction, the Skyview Miami Wheel. Look out at the Bayside Marketplace, Biscayne Bay, and the Bayfront Park while at night. Let Miami take your breath away from the comfort and warmth of an enclosed and climate-controlled gondola that is almost 200 feet in the air. Return to your accommodation at the end of your tour.

Private Miami: Little Havana Food, Culture, Mojito Tour

3. Private Miami: Little Havana Food, Culture, Mojito Tour

Your private tour of Miami’s Little Havana begins in the heart of the Cuban community. Check out some historic architectural beauties, as well as some unique collections of art. Visit one of the many locally owned art galleries in the neighborhood. Hear stories from first-generation immigrants from Cuba and learn about the influence of Cuban art in Miami. See the important Bay of Pigs monument en route to a favorite local juice bar, where you’ll get to quench your thirst with a dose of sugarcane or mango juice. Visit SW 8th Street to experience the Caribbean flavor that fills the air, from the classic Domino Park where locals challenge one another to domino games, to the conga music that you hear live in the streets. Your tour will end at one of the neighborhood’s favorite watering holes for a taste of a classic mojito.

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What people are saying about Little Havana

Excellent tour! Josè was super friendly, very informative and a pleasure to listen to! We wondered around the city, we could have not seen so much in one day without this tour! Down side: the boat tour. Too touristic, too crowded and not so enjoyable!

This was hands down one of the best tours I’ve ever been on. It’s a must-see and do, things in Florida!! This was definitely the highlight of our trip! By the way, our tour lady was great. She was very friendly and knowledgeable.

A lot of interesting information, delicious food, coffee and mojitos! Mariela was an amazing tour guy guide.

Dayana was great and very knowledgeable. We know so much about the Cuban culture now. We had a great time!

Carl was an excellent guide, very knowledgeable if Cuban history! I definitely recommend booking with him!