About La Havana

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Why La Havana

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La Havana Roster

Alejandro DEBASA
Regional Managing Director

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Historical Center

You could spend all day walking through Old Havana, contemplating its narrow streets, its museums, its monuments, its architecture, its color and its environment. The town of San Cristóbal de la Habana was founded on July 25, 1514. Currently the part known as Old Havana, has about five square kilometers of surface. In 1982 it was declared a World Heritage Site. You will hear the sounds of music on every corner of the street, and you will feel the scents and aroma of authentic Cuban food. Havana is a safe city, so you can enjoy your walk with the tranquility of being in the safest country in the world.

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Walk through Havana Malecon

The Malecón de la Habana is an attractive promenade that stretches for eight kilometers from the Castillo de la Punta to the Torreón de la Chorrera and the mouth of the Almendares River.Considered a symbol of the City, the Malecón is one of the most authentic and moving avenues of Havana and the favorite meeting place of musicians, philosophers, poets, fishermen, vendors, lovers who whisper words of love and artists of melancholy that look at the Caribbean Sea. Going through this mythical breakwater is an obligatory activity in Havana and an experience that you can not miss. No trip to Havana is complete without a stroll through El Malecón.

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Museums

Havana is one of the cities in Cuba where most of its history is concentrated, which is why you will find a large number of museums, most of them located in the neighborhoods of Old Havana and  Habana Center. Here we leave some that we consider the most important, for example; Palacio de bellas artes, Museo de la Ciudad, Museo de la Revolucion, Museo de Arte Colonial, Museo Castillo de la real fuerza, Museo Morro Cabaña, Museo Yoruba, Museo del ron, Museo del Chocolate & Farmacia museo Taquechel.

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Night Life

Music can not be lacking in a country that has given such good talents, it is said that Cubans carry it in their blood. The nights in Havana is made to enjoy good live music, salsa, rumba, boleros, jazz and the most modern rhythms you can find in different places of Havana. Classical music concert halls, nightclubs, and bars where you can enjoy a great musical show, and good music. In some of them, you can find musicians and musical groups of world fame such as the Buena Vista Project, Compay Segundo group among others. Here we recommend some of them Tropicana, La Zorra y el Cuervo, Fabrica de Arte, Cabaret Parisien, Casa de la musica Miramar, Habana Café, Bodeguita del Medio, Bar Floridita

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Tour Tobacco Factory

As an unknown visitor would say "Havana tastes like rum and smells like Habano" Cuban tobacco has always been something that has identified us in the world, it is a long process that takes time to taste it. A visit to one of the many tobacco factories that exist in Cuba will let you know all the details of its preparation. Learn about the fascinating history of Cuban tobacco and all the myths that they contain.

Recommendations: Partagas factory, Romeo y Julieta Factory .  (Stores within the factory)

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Beach - Blue Circuit

Cuba is a beautiful island with incredible landscapes, white or golden sand beaches, turquoise seas and a great climate. In Havana we can also find beautiful beaches just a few miles from downtown. At 21 miles, and following the Vía Blanca road that begins just at the exit of the tunnel that crosses under the bay (700 meters and 20 meters under the waters), we will see a long line of beaches that are the most visited by the habaneros themselves . It is about the beaches that form the so-called "Blue Circuit" and coming to them from Havana are the following: Bucaranao, Megano, Santa Maria del Mar, Boca Ciega, Guanabo, Jibacoa and Tropico.

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Restaurants

Since its beginnings in the 90s, private restaurants or "Paladares" as they are known have always had a marked difference from other restaurants. The term of Paladar owes its origin to a Brazilian telenovela "Vale todo" that was shown in Cuba in the 90s, just when the licenses for self-employment were approved. If you want to taste a delicious Cuban food, in many cases in the house of a Cuban family, with the recipe of the family do not miss visiting them. Recommendations. (Paladar La Guarida, La cocina de Liliam, Paladar San Cristobal, Paladar Al Carbon, Ivan Justo Cheff, Paladar La Moneda Cubana, Paladar Los Naranjos, Paladar Doña Eutimia & Paladar Habana Mia)

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Architecture

Havana has been for more than two hundred years the most important and attractive city in the Caribbean basin and the Gulf of Mexico. The capital of Cuba extended without significant demolitions, adding to its important colonial heritage the great mass built in the first 6 decades of the last century for a middle class animated by a vision that went from European eclecticism to North American modernity. Venturing in Havana neighborhoods serves to decipher their history through architecture. This can be the ideal excuse to contemplate from another perspective a city that refuses to stagnate, but that is constantly renewed.

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Enjoy a Ride in Classic Cars

Something that draws attention to visitors to the island is the number of old cars that travel through its streets, many of them retaining their authenticity and style, this makes many see Havana as a rolling museum. Walking your streets mounted on them will make you feel like a trip to the past.

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Arts

In Cuba, the visual arts have always occupied a prestigious place. Many artists of the island have been internationally recognized and awarded throughout history. They have marked a time, they have been able to reflect on the canvas the concerns and the Cuban reality of their time. Galleries suggested during your stay in Havana. (Centro de Arte Contemporáneo Wifredo Lam, Centro de desarrollo artes visuales, Fototeca de Cuba, Galeria Origenes  & Fabrica de Arte).

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