About La Havana
Malecon de la Habana is an attractive promenade that stretches for eight kilometers from the Castillo de la Punta to the Torreon de la Chorrera and the mouth of the Almendares River. The city has been able to preserve its colonial heritage, so much so that you can even see a transition of European eclecticism to North American modernity depicted in the buildings.
Why La Havana
The town of San Cristóbal de la Habana was founded on July 25, 1514. You will hear the sounds of music on almost every corner of the streets, and you will nose will capture the scents of authentic Cuban food emanating from the restaurants and paladares. At night, Cuba comes alive with the clicking of mojito glasses, salsa rhythms, and Afro-Cuban jazz. Cuba is a beautiful island with incredible landscapes, white or golden sandy beaches, turquoise seas, and benign climate.