Things to do in Havana

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  • 1

    El Malecón

    27 reviews

    This is the place for sunset, and actually sunrise is quite nice here too. As the sun starts descending, fishermen come out to try their luck, and as the darkness sets in friends and couples come to hang out. Definitely plan a sunset walk along here.

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  • 2

    La Catedral (Havana)

    22 reviews

    This is an impressive stone church. Definitely worth a look if you are in old town. I was told the left tower is smaller than the right because a rich Italian merchant lived next door to the church and paid to have the tower made smaller so it would not encroach on his property. The plaza is also very nice, ...

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  • 3

    Parque Central

    13 reviews

    Loved it!! Loved walking all around the area! Had so much to see there, everything was beautiful.

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  • 4

    Ernest Hemingway Bar

    10 reviews

    When you go to Havana, you MUST have your picture taken with Ernest. Not many things were kept from before the revolution, but this bar was, and the tourists love it.

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    9 reviews

    Just A Fabulous, Spectacular Performance. A must See For Cuban Tourists.

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    Museum of the Revolution

    8 reviews

    enfrente vivia yo frente a la iglesia del santo angel.

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  • 7

    Playas del Este

    10 reviews

    very relaxing

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  • 8

    Paseo de Martí

    9 reviews

    The large street for taking a stroll which connects the centro to the malecon.

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  • 9

    Club Habana

    5 reviews
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  • 10

    Old Havana

    5 reviews

    Founded in 1519 by the Spanish, Havana is undoubtedly Cuba's jewel of faded glamour, while Old Havana is its soul. It's the first place tourists flock to, and quite frankly, for a good reason. The old centre is comprised of a mix of Baroque and neoclassical monuments and colorful rows of Colonial houses, recently restored to their previous beauty. It ...

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  • 11

    Parque Lenin

    7 reviews

    Worth every penny! Time travel is possible!

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  • 12

    Museo del Ron

    4 reviews

    A so-so museum, El Museo del Ron is a good place to buy your Habana Club if you are in town... not that it's less expensive then anywhere else, but at least you'll be able to say that your ron comes from the real place. Note that this is just a museum and that the actual factory where they make ...

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  • 13

    El Capitolio Nacional

    5 reviews

    Точная копия американского капитолия, только умеьшенная в размерах)

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  • 14

    Plaza de la Revolucion

    3 reviews

    There is a very impressive view from the tower which is circled by huge ominous vultures. The ministry of the interior and of communications both display huge portraits of Che and Camilo respectively, and the plaza itself is nice to see as it is the gathering ground for political rallies/addresses.

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    Presidential Palace Museo de la Revolucion

    4 reviews

    mis calles mi barrio.

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    Nelson's Guide & Taxi Service

    2 reviews

    Nelson is a wonderful driver and guide. He was extremely punctual, flexible, understanding, and offered a fair price. His English is perfect, and he is well educated and thoughtful which made for great conversation traveling around the island. It may make sense to hire him to guide you around Havana, if you really want an English guide, otherwise he is ...

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  • 19

    Hotel Saratoga

    2 reviews

    Great hotel, perfect location right on the fringe of Old Havana and centrally located. Great rooftop pool which can be a nice reprieve from walking around sweating it out in town

  • 20

    Callejón de Hamel

    2 reviews

    Very cool and unique place. Great Afro-Cuban vibe. With dancing in the streets (only on Sundays), and different other artists around selling their wares. The whole alley has been turned into an art gallery, making the experience very surreal. It does get hot in the sun there though, and it gets very crowded on Sundays.

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