Little Haiti is a fascinating place to stay and visit a very vast culture and variety of food. But if you are a single woman or do not like adventure, I suggest you not to come here.
Located 15 kilometers northeast of Miami, the commercial gallery "Gucci Vuitton" that mixes contemporary and South Florida local art is an art mecca not to be missed on the way to the local area. As an immigrant city close to the Caribbean, Central and North America, like Little Havana, this area of Miami is also formed by Haitian immigrants themselves, but there are serious security problems among ordinary buildings without high-rise buildings.
A small town with local characteristics, you can see many folk art paintings on the wall. But law and order are not very good.
Little Haiti is very fun, there are not many people, but there are many boy scouts with children in this kind of activities at noon.
It’s nice here, but the sun is too strong, so bring sunscreen
I am a local and have experience with this area. It s a Ghetto..... There a hidden gems like Churchills pub... but do not expect much. You are visiting a poor area of Miami, My suggestion....SKIP!
When I was last time in Miami, 12 y ago, I was advised strictly not to go to Little Haiti. It was a dangerous neighborhood with a high crime rate. This time I put it on my list, as I read about it be...
If you are in Miami you should visit little Haiti. Have some Carebean food, stroll through the markets and have a great day out
good food tradititonal everything.mane ian got to put a 100 typing jus come to the lil haiti and see for yeoo self.
Visited Little Haiti in Miami and was quite impressed. There is a central gathering place, which has Haitian music playing and people dancing. It also had a small area of crafts and clothing. There...