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Average driving speed: 70.2 mphKilometers per hour: 113.1 km/hThis is based on typical traffic conditions for this route.
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Driving time from Orlando, FL to Miami, FL
How long is the drive from Orlando, FL to Miami, FL? The total driving time is 3 hours, 19 minutes.
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Miami’s Little Havana is vibrant with Latina music, food, culture and Latin way of life. Cubans who left Cuba in the late 50s and early 60s has created a community like Little Havana. With almost 60 years of history, this vibrant and established neighborhood has a lot to offer to visitors.The main thoroughfare, Calle Ocho (SW 8th Street) is filled with stores selling empanadas, café Cubano, Cuban cuisine like moros y cristianos (literal translation, Moors and Christians, a rice and beans dish) and Chilindron de Cordero (stewed lamb), cigars and more. Dine in one of the restaurants and listen to the sounds of salsa and merengue.Take a quick stop at the Maximo Gomez Park also known as Domino Park. Watch the old (and sometimes a few young people) playing Cuban dominoes and having conversations in Spanish. English is a second language at Little Havana.This park is an important site for Cuban immigrants. According to MiamiandBeaches.com, playing dominoes is a 35-year-old tradition in Domino Park. The park is decorated in domino-decorated tilework. Check out the Paseo de las Estrellas (Walk of the Stars) that honors Latin American actors, writers, artists and musicians.The park is open daily from 9 am to 6 pm.