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Free Walking Tours through Little Haiti

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Little Haiti Free Tour, La Perle De Miami

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Little Haiti Free Tour, La Perle De Miami
Guru: Tap Tap Tours & Transportation, LLC
Days: Sunday, Friday, and Saturday
Hours: 10:00, 12:00, 14:00, and 16:00
Languages: English
Duration: 1 hour and 30 minutes
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The Little Haiti neighborhood in Miami, Florida, is a place that has experienced rapid growth in recent years. From what used to be a low-income residential area for Haitian immigrants, Little Haiti is now a thriving tourist destination that gives visitors an authentic experience of Haitian culture.
Passersby can browse the open-door grocery stores and street stalls to sample the food and produce that locals enjoy every day. Visitors can dine at restaurants or have a drink at one of the many outdoor cafes that line Northeast Second Avenue, which has been declared a "Haitian Trail."
As you can see, Miami's Little Haiti has a lot to offer tourists. To make sure you don't miss a single detail of your visit, there is nothing better than to have the professional and experienced guide of one of the Free Tours of Little Haiti that we offer here at GuruWalk.
Little Haiti is also known as Lemon City. The name comes from the former name of the main neighborhood, which had countless lemon trees ornamenting its streets.
The true Haitian and Caribbean essence begins with its gastronomy, so one of the indispensable activities of the Free Tours in Little Haiti will be to enjoy Haitian food and drink.
Creole food is a blend of African, French, Spanish and Caribbean cuisine that has become popular in Haiti. It emerged during the time of the French occupation of Haiti when slaves had access to European fruits and vegetables. It was seen as a more elegant dish than traditional African food, so planters ate Creole instead of their own cooking while working.
Creoles are known for their use of spices such as black pepper, ginger, cumin and paprika along with garlic and onion. They also love to use tomatoes or tomato sauce with squash that are indigenous to the Americas.
Little Haiti art galleries in Miami are a great way to engage tourists and the local community alike. The art galleries have been a key element in the revitalization of the neighborhood. They have organized many events that have attracted more people to the neighborhood, including Art Basel, which is an international art show that attracts visitors from all over the world.

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