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Havana city

Its a spectacular view to see the waves attacking the famous boulevard "El Malecon". The Malecon is the place where loving couples walk along the colorful boulevard arm in arm. La Habana, a city which makes you want to go back in time to when time seemed slower and the living was easy. La Habana is old cars, cigars, rum, jineteros and La Vida Habanera. Learn what's Habana is about ...

Havana's Most Important Districts

Havana ViejaHavana Vieja (old Havana)

This area has the most colonial buildings and is the most visited area for tourists who visit Havana but it's also its most beautiful spot. Foreigners walking through the streets getting hustled by jineteros, taking pictures or just having a (Cristal) beer.

Habana's Vieja is famous for the Catedral de San Cristoal de la Habana at the Plaza de la Catedral, and for Hemingway's bar, "La Bodeguita del Medio", where you can buy an expensive mojito.

To Do in Old Havana, Habana Vieja

 
Centro Havana

Havana Centro

The Capitolio marks the beginning of central Havana, a working class neighborhood, where alot of buildings are almost in a total state of collapse. On the other side of the street you will find Real Fabrica de Tabacos Partagas, one Cuba's oldest cigar factories. Centro Havana is the place to capture the real life in Cuba's capital. Don't miss it.

To Do in Centro Havana

Havana VedadoHavana Vedado

Located along the waterfront, was developed during the decades between 1930 and 1960, when Havana developed as a major destination for U.S. tourists. High-rise hotels, restaurants, and upscale commercial establishments, many reflecting the then-popular art deco style, mushroomed in the Vedado district.
In the late 1990s Vedado represented the principal commercial area of the city, and its environs were home to a variety of important landmarks including the Hotel Nacional, the University of Havana, and the Colón Cemetery.

To Do in Havana Vedado

 

Havana MiramarHavana Miramar

Miramar lies further west along the coast, and retains its exclusive feel. Foreign embassies, diplomatic residences, upscale shops, and tourist facilities for wealthy foreigners are common in the area. But also old beautiful colonial but almost colapsing houses.

To Do Havana Miramar


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