Whether your interests are educational, nature, architecture, the theater, politics or business, the capital city is a natural place to begin even though many other destinations have their own International Airports.
The Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes de La Habana (National Museum of Fine Arts of Havana) in Havana is the country’s foremost museum of the Fine Arts.
Historic El Capitolio is one of Havana’s most fascinating neoclassical buildings that is steeped in the culture and evolution of this magnetic island nation.
Native Cubans and tourists who spend time on El Malecón in Havana soon realize that there may be no better place to experience the pulse of Habana and Cuba than walking this stately monument.
The Cuban pharmacy was often the social center of a community The Museo de la Farmacia Habanera was just that and more.
Larger than life and the master of the “one true sentence,” Ernest Miller Hemingway lived a big life filled with war, real and dangerous adventure, long-legged women, tempestuous amorous pursuits and sport
Hemingway kept a fishing boat at Cojimer, a small port town. Santiago, the protagonist in the Old Man and The Sea, was modeled after a local fisherman who Hemingway befriended.
Impressive and strong, Lonja del Comercio was the seat of Cuba’s national stock exchange prior to the revolution. Construction on Lonja del Comercio (Chamber of Commerce) started in 1907 and was completed in 1909.
Majestically set in historic Old Habana, Plaza Vieja, the Old Square, is a timeless reminder of both the grandiose architectural style of the Colonial era and the compelling largesse of Old Habana.
Barrio Chino de la Habana – Little China in Havana.