Eighth Street on Eighth Street is the core of Little Havana. Basically, when we go to Little Havana, we walk up and down Eighth Street. It's interesting. The buildings around them are quite distinctive, and you can see that they have the warm and unrestrained style of South America. It's interesting to see some cock sculptures on 8th Street from time to time. Cocks are probably very important in Cuban culture. Cubans like cockfighting very much, so cocks probably symbolize power, conquest and so on. Shops along the way are also worth visiting.
One of the busiest streets in Little Havana, with strong tropical flavor, scaled shops, roadside stalls, restaurants and cigar shops, is a good place for shopping and shopping. There are even old and old people sitting in a circle playing cards in the street garden like in China.
There are many great places to shop and eat, so you don't have to look elsewhere. We like to hang out in the street and see everything.
Calle Ocho between 12th and 27th Avenue in Little Havana is the very heart of the Cuban community in Miami. If you walk along that street you will see the culture, mores, and cuisine of Old Havana, Cuba in this Miami neighborhood. Whenever the Cubans are celebrating, they're doing it down this historic street.
This is the Main Street for Miami's Little Havana, where you will find most of the stores, restaurants, and attractions in Little Havana. For tourists, Little Havana and Calle Ocho are essentially the same thing, as this is the area you'd go to if you wanted to go and check out Little Havana.
Great vibe, beautiful historic walk. Make sure to enjoy a cortadito. ☕️