Located in the north of the island, Havana is the capital of Cuba and the original gateway from Europe to America through its historic port. It’s undoubtedly a unique and special destination, where in addition to walking and strolling through its beautiful cobblestone streets you can enjoy unique places like the Malecón, La Bodeguita del medio, El Floridita (where Hemingway went to drink daiquiris), the Vedado neighborhood, Guanabacoa, etc. Old Havana is a top tourist destination worldwide.
Its most emblematic historic buildings have been restored since the 1970s. Strolling through Old Havana you will find true gems, such as Obispo Street, where you can enjoy Spanish colonial architecture which has been preserved. A stroll along Havana's esplanade will allow you to enjoy the sea breeze, listen to the many music groups who roam the streets of the city and see a wide sample of the classic cars which are the image of the city. On the way to Guanabo you’ll find beaches such as Santa María del Mar or Playas del Este, famous beaches you can’t miss, with fine sand and crystal clear waters.
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Hamel Alley is much more than just a street, a gallery or an open-air museum. Hamel Alley is an experience that links local art and the enjoyment of the village
A tradition of the Spanish crown which dates back to the late seventeenth century, announcing the closing and opening of its walls to prevent the siege of pirates, and which is still done today in the Fortaleza San Carlos de la Cabaña.
The bar par excellence of Cuba, where you can enjoy an authentic mojito or the best Cuban music, salsa, Cuban son, Cuban rumba ... A captivating place!