Miami is a city with great artistic potential and, if places such as the Design District or Wynwood Arts District are the most notable in this sense, Little Havana is not far behind. As well as visiting this neighbourhood for its authentic Latin flavour, its Cuban restaurants, its cigar shops and guayabera shops you should also visit its art galleries. Cultural Fridays is a good time to do this. If you are not in the city on the last Friday of the month to go to this open-door night, then you can go anytime to browse around the galleries. Located throughout Little Havana, but particularly in Calle Ocho, they include contemporary and traditional art, normally Latin-American. To mention a few, you will see the gallery of Marta G. Ismail, Molina Fine Art, Cremata Fine Art, the galleries of Ramón Unzueta, Agustín Ganzo, Midreny Gillot and many, many others.
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