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Explore the grandeur of rich and glorious history of the Old Havana which is a proud UNESCO World Heritage site. Admire the historical and grand forts, lavish museums which are a treasure house of an extraordinary collection, beautifully restored architectural jewels which adorn the colorful streets of the town. With its wide display of tourist destinations, the place is an epitome of beauty, charm, and allure. The heritage sites portray the stories that shaped this magnificent city. Rumba riffs move along the quaint squares and every now and then you would embrace the stunning vintage cars plying the streets. Pay a visit to one of the Spanish fortresses, or have a chat with the locals, or enjoy a cup of coffee with your beloved in one of the charming plazas.
One of the most famous residential districts of Playa, Havana, Miramar will amaze you for all the good reasons. The residential seat of Russian Embassy makes this locality politically important. Some of the prominent structures of the place include the Karl Marx Theater, Ahorcados Park, Plaza Emiliano Zapata, Fifth Avenue clock, Museum of the Ministry of the Interior. You can also embrace the city's art and culture from the rich museums and theaters which decorate this neighborhood.
Museo de la Revolucion
Located in the Presidential Palace of Cuba, the National Museum of the Revolution, is a dedication to the disclosure of the historical phases of the Mexican Revolution. With its three dedicated exhibition areas, the museum is a fascinating tourist spot. Visitors can admire the Permanent collection of the museum which holds a themed display of artistic heritage spread across eight rooms of the museum. Be a part of periodically themed exhibitions which are organized for public display in the Temporary Exhibition Hall. If you want to enjoy glimpses of the different construction stages of the Legislative Hall, then you can visit the Museum of the site which has an astonishing collection, decorated in themes. The museum also boasts of interactive stations and screens which display film material of that era.
National Museum of Fine Arts
National Museum of Fine Arts serves as one of the most interesting museums of the city which boasts its vast collection in two architecturally-fascinating buildings. Located in the heart of Havana, the museum is a perfect place where visitors can come and admire the artistic works of the city ranging from the ancient period until the modern era. With its twenty-four rooms dedicated solely to display ancient art collections, artworks belonging to different genres along with rooms for temporary exhibitions. Here, you will come across the Fine Arts Palace which holds an international art show dating back to 500 B.C along with the pieces of modern contemporary art. Paintings of famous artist El Greco also glorifies the Spanish collection of the museum which also includes Roman mosaics and paintings of Gainsborough. In the Asturian Center, you can find exceptional works of Cuban art. The museum also has a library which deals in plastic arts.
National Capitol Building
National Capitol Building is the proud home of the Cuban Academy of Sciences. Since its inception in 1929, the building is a prominent landmark for the city. Considered to be Havana's most ambitious and gracious structure, the building has also served as the seat of the Cuban Congress. Constructed with Capellania limestone and granite, at the entrance people can witness six round Doric columns atop a staircase that leads up to Prado. Heart of the building resides in the sixty-two meter tall stone arch topped with a replica of the bronze statue of Mercury which dates back to 16th century. Room of the Lost steps will welcome you with its astonishing and unusual interiors and decorations.
Morro Castle is a fascinating fortress which stands tall as the guarding entrance to the Havana Bay. It dates back to the period between 1589 and 1630 and sprawls across the bay. The castle's unique shape lies in perfect sync with the rustic surroundings of the place. Rocky cliffs hug the fortress exteriors along with the stunning lighthouse which gives the fort its inherent charm. Its beloved visitors believe that no visit to the city is complete without a trip to this exotic historical complex. Pay a visit to the Maritime Museum, that highlights the British attack which happened on the fort. You can also be a part of various exhibitions which are displayed here showcasing the talent and art of renowned as well as amateur artists. Artisan stalls and stores selling gifts and souvenirs will make your heart flutter with happiness.
Inspired by rich Cuban history clubbed with the beautiful colors of development and modernity, Havana, the capital city of Cuba, welcomes its visitors from across the globe. It is also the largest city and a major port of Cuba, giving the country its charm and allure. Founded in the 16th century, the city owes its origin to the Spanish. A proud center of the Cuban government, it houses various diplomatic headquarters and ministries. You can feel the rich culture and art in the air of the city. A survivalist spirit, mystifying museums, sprawling Havana bay, cozy colonial streets, along with a populace that is full of love and compassion for every visitor who comes to their city, Havana is a perfect destination for your next holidays. For being less trodden for a long period, the city is exquisitely beautiful and in its pristine form. You can find a striking hippy, chic environment here which becomes evident through the nightlife of the city. Havana can certainly be worth a visit if you are someone who loves extraordinary beauty and fascination.
How to Get Tickets?
Book your tickets through this website and add-on to your savings by the discounts offered.
How To Get Around?
Traveling around the city is quite convenient through taxi, bus, trolleybus, etc.
What Should I Wear?
Best Time to Visit
The best time to visit the city is from December through May when the skies are clear, perfect for your day long explorations.
Currency is Cuban Convertible Peso.
Will I Need a Guide?
No, transportation is easy and you can find anything on this site.
How To Get There?
The Jose Marti International Airport is the best way to reach from other major countries. You can also reach Havana via roadways or highways.
Carry a water bottle when exploring the city. Maintain friendly relations with the local people.