Hawaii famously embraces a diversity of cultures—it’s another aspect of the aloha spirit. In addition to the original Hawaiian population, the islands have long been home to white and African-American settlers from the mainland and Asian immigrants from the other side of the Pacific. Various cultures have thrived in a state that not only respects but celebrates diversity. It’s a trait that Hawaii shares with a city on another ocean, Miami, which stands at the crossroads of the United States, the Caribbean, and Latin America. From colorful murals in Little Haiti to the Cuban sandwiches of Little Havana, you can experience and taste the best of cultures around the world all within the city limits. Leave time, too, to experience the cultural renaissance in this cosmopolitan city by visiting the galleries of Wynwood.