Little Havana is the most prosperous neighborhood of this generation, and it's also a must-visit place in Miami. The visitor center serves as the entrance for tourists to understand the city. It has prepared a variety of maps and materials. There are many recommendations. It is very helpful to take a copy.
Miami and Cuba face each other across the sea, so in integrating Miami, Cubans account for a large proportion. There are a large number of Cubans living in Little Havana. The streets here are full of Cuban style, there are many Cuban restaurants and many cigar shops.
The streets of Little Havana are lined with Cuban-style shops, cafes, record shops, clothing stores, etc. Miami has many Central and South American restaurants, originally designed to provide the hometown flavor that Latin immigrants miss, and now many tourists also love it.