Miami Cultural Tour
Beginning in South Beach, admire stately palace homes and stunning art deco architecture as you explore the architectural history of this playground for the world’s rich and famous. Take in breathtaking views of the Miami skyline as you cross Biscayne Bay via the historic Venetian Causeway.
Continue to explore the cultural hub of Wynwood, home to an outdoor museum created by redesigning warehouses as enormous canvases for world-renown street artists, as well as high-end private galleries and public collections. Embark on a guided walking tour through the Wynwood Walls, a unique park containing the world’s largest outdoor collection of museum-quality street murals. Your next stop will be Calle Ocho, the main throughway of Little Havana. Brimming with live music, cigar stores, Cuban restaurants and bodegas, this neighborhood is where Cuban exiles settled after fleeing the Castro regime and is considered the soul of the Cuban community in Miami. Get off the beaten path as you savour the sights, smells, sounds and tastes of this special neighborhood, exploring hidden spots and meeting with colorful local characters.
Enjoy a brief stop at Domino Park for an authentic Cuban “Cafecito” coffee break, or a hand-muddled mojito made with fresh mint leaves. End your day with scenic views as you traverse the MacArthur Causeway, passing by the exclusive enclaves of Star and Palm Islands.