Little Havana : enjoy the Cuban vibe
Little Havana is a neighborhood located in the west of Miami downtown. In this district is located Calle Ocho street, which is a must-do and a testimony of the American dream. Little Havana was built by hundreds of thousands of Cubans.
Within Little Havana you can find different restaurants or bars of Miami very famous to drink cocktails or to enjoy the culture, the charm and the history of this city, the warmth of the cuban culture.
Places to visit and things to do in Little Havana
Cuban sandwiches are definitely a must-try if you want to enjoy the cuban experience there. City Carts recommends Sanguich De Miami as the best place to eat a cuban sandwich in Miami ! Continue to enjoy the experience buy visiting Cuba Tobacco Cigar Co and watch authentic Cuban rolling cigars in-store. The tobacco doesn’t come necessarily from La Habana but be sure the cigars are rolled with the exact and well-known cuban style. That is definitely a must-see in Little Havana.
If you are looking for a Little havana food tour, in order to discover deeper the cuban culture, let us know ! City Carts organizes also go kart food tours.
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Thing not to miss : Design district
The Design District is roughly divided by NE 36th Street to the south, NE 43rd Street to the north, NW 1st Avenue to the west and Biscayne Boulevard (US 1) to the east.
You can find over 130 art galleries in Miami Design District. This destination, which was redesigned in the 2000s, is home of shopping, gastronomy and a lot of culture.
Previously a pineapple farm in a neighborhood called Buena Vista, Design district was established as a historic building in 1920 by the owner of the farm. Design district became one of the first furniture stores in the United States, but fell into disrepair in the 1980s. The stores eventually reopened in the late 1990s and early 2000s.The colors, the shapes, the artist’s works make a lot of wonderful spots to take pictures or to just to enjoy if you are a big fan of architecture and design.
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Dream In Miami : Coral gables
Coral Gables, nicknamed The Gables, is a neighborhood in south Miami. Coral Gables is home of the University of Miami and the National Hurricane Center.
The area was founded by George Merrick in the 1920s with Mediterranean architecture. You will be amazed by the beautiful architecture, terracotta tiled roofs, turrets, loggias and the use of wrought iron.
Good to know : this district is served by the trolley which is free and cross the area.
Coral Gables is located a few kilometers from the international airport.
We can find over a hundred restaurants and gourmet stores as well as other brand stores and others.
Places to not miss if you pass through Coral Gables
Have you ever heard about the famous Coral Gables Art Cinema ? This is an amazing location to watch numerous of non commercial, unknown and artistic movies. The place has a great cafe where you can chill before of after the movie. Another good thing to know : you have a cheap parking in the building.
You want to dine in a chic place in Coral Gables ? City Carts recommends Fiola as the best italian restaurant in town. The Michelin-starred restaurant is super famous in Coral Gables. Why do you absolutely have to go there ? Fiola is the kind of fancy place where you will probably eat the best lobster pasta, cod, and bison tartare you have never had.
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Best beach in Miami : Key Biscayne
Key Biscayne is a village in Florida located on an island accessible from Miami. If you are tired of the crowded beaches of Miami Beach, this is the place to go. Key Biscayne is the place where are located the most amazing beaches of Florida according to City Carts. White sand, high palm trees, relaxing waves sound, you will probably feel like in heaven.
You would really miss something if you came to Miami without visiting Key Biscayne and its dream beaches as well as its two big parks: Crandon Park located in the north and Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park located in the south. There is also an underwater archaeological trail.
visitflorida.com provides you great information about the place : click here to access their website.
What is Coconut Grove known for ?
Coconut Grove is a neighborhood in the city of Miami in the United States. Miami City Hall is located in this neighborhood. Coconut Grove has approximately 19,000 residents.
We can still see bungalows of the time in this district and Mediterranean style houses of the twentieth century.
Vizcaya Museum and Gardens is definitely a place not to miss in Coconut Grove : enjoy a great time in the mediterranean wonderful museum built in 1914 and chill in its Italian Renaissance gardens, discovering statues, and a breathtaking view on Biscayne Bay.
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