Miami Free Walking Tour

Miami free walking tour shows you the most beautiful city of Miami, located in the south of Florida is known for its beautiful beaches, vibrant nightlife and Latin-American culture. The city is a popular tourist destination, known for its hot weather, clear blue waters and sandy beaches. Miami is also home to Little Havana, a neighborhood known for its Cuban culture, and Calle Ocho, a street famous for its salsa music and dancers.

General information

Meeting point: Meet your guide at Jose Marti Statue

Start times: 11:00 hrs / 18:00 hrs

Duration: 2 hours

Language: English

Availability: Everyday

Price: Tip only basis

Important: Please remember to check your ticket after booking to ensure you don’t miss any updates from your guide.

Free Walking Tour Miami – Itinerary

Free walking tour Miami starts at the Jose Marti Statue. From South Beach, head to the Little Havana neighborhood, one of the most famous Cuban-American neighborhoods in the United States. Take a stroll down Calle Ocho, the main street in the neighborhood, and check out the many shops and restaurants that specialize in Cuban food. Be sure to also check out the famous Cuban Memorial Boulevard and the Tower Theater. 

Next, walk to the Wynwood neighborhood, an area known for its street art and graffiti. Take a stroll through the streets and admire the colorful murals and graffiti that decorate the walls of the buildings. Be sure to also check out the Wynwood Walls, an outdoor street art gallery that features works by some of the world’s most famous street artists. 

After visiting the Wynwood neighborhood, make your way to the Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, a beautiful Mediterranean-style villa that was once the home of James Deering. Take a tour of the villa and the gardens and learn about the history of the building and its inhabitants. 

From the Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, head to the Bayside Marketplace, an open-air shopping and dining area that is located on the waterfront. Take a stroll through the market and check out the shops, restaurants, and street performers. Be sure to also check out the many boats that are docked in the area and take a boat tour of the bay. 

Finally, end your tour at the Freedom Tower, a historic building that was once the headquarters of the Miami News. Take a tour of the building and learn about the history of the tower and its significance to the city of Miami.