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Miami's food, art, and Art Deco

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posted January 30, 2020
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Miami is a popular vacation destination in South Florida, offering beautiful beaches, great weather, history, culture, and a variety of food options. For groups interested in experiencing Miami’s culinary scene in a hassle-free way, Miami Culinary Tours is the answer. The company offers seven different tours (with the most popular three described below) and creates private tours just for groups.


The Little Havana Food & Cultural Tour

A TripAdvisor award-winner, this tour allows visitors to experience authentic Cuban food while learning about Little Havana’s culture and traditions. The tour includes five different food-related stops as well as visits to a cigar factory, Domino Park, and the Cubaocho Art Museum.


Wynwood Food & Art Tour

Participants can try Miami cuisine at five different restaurants and enjoy the largest open-air street-art collection in the world. They’ll learn about Tony Goldman, the developer who started the outdoor art movement in Wynwood, as well as the prominent street artists who created the public art in the area near downtown. Visitors can enjoy always-changing street installations that represent historical traditions of graffiti and mural art.


South Beach Food & Art Deco Tour

Travelers can join a local guide for a walking tour of the Art Deco district of Miami and hear the stories of this very unique neighborhood. As they take a leisurely walk along Ocean Drive, they can learn about the different types of architecture in the area and about its colorful history. The six food stops include tasting the best empanadas in town, experiencing Floribbean cuisine, and enjoying Italian gelato.

Says Grace Della of Miami Culinary Tours, “When you book through us, we handle all restaurant reservations, and your group will enjoy the best Miami dining experiences, with preferred seating and no waiting.”

For more information, contact Della or visit miamiculinarytours.com.

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