Introducing Havana

The spell-binding capital of Cuba is home to some amazing the Spanish colonial architecture, dating all the way back to the 16th Century and located along the coast, visitors will get the best of both worlds; a taste of the Cuban beach life and all the perks of a busy city. If you love to sightsee, don’t miss the iconic landmarks of the capital including Museum of the Revolution, Morro Castle, the National Capitol Building, Ernest Hemingway’s home of Finca Vigía, the 16th Century Castillo de la Real Fuerza and the 19th Century concert hall Gran Teatro de La Habana. To take a journey back in time, step foot inside Havana’s Old Town where cobbled pavements and 1950s cars line the streets or for salsa, don’t miss the famous Tropicana nightclub, a venue that dates back to the late 1930s.

Highlights of Havana

Old Havana
Walk the streets of Old Havana, an area known for its multi-coloured buildings, interesting architecture and some stylish old-world cafes and bars.
Malecón Beach
Visit Malecón Beach for a spot of sunbathing or take a stroll along the palm-fringed promenade for gorgeous vistas of the sea.
Morro Castle
This striking fortress is located along Havana Bay and was built as a defence system built in the 1700s which was later overthrown by the British.
Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes de La Habana
For extensive artworks of Cuba, visit the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes de La Habana located close to the Memorial Granma and the Museum of the Revolution.

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