Discovering the Habana Vieja
Sights you can't miss
  • José Martí International Airport
    (14 km)
  • National Aquarium of Cuba
    (4,2 km)
  • Old Havana
    (15 km)
  • Capitolio
    (15,3 km)
  • Habana Center
    (13 km)
  • National Museum of Fine Arts
    (14,6 km)
The capital of the Republic of Cuba, is the administrative, political, cultural and scientific center of the country. It is bordered by an extensive coastline, where you can enjoy more than 14 km of sandy beaches while admiring a dream landscape. Havana is also a city that attracts visitors in a special way. The beauty of its architecture, its buildings and the treasures of its museums invite you to stroll down its streets enjoying the unique spirit of its people. Its historical center and system of fortifications were declared in 1982 Cultural Patrimony of the Humanity by the Unesco and keeps on its walls years and years of living history.
Old Havana
The historical center of Havana is formed from the port and the official center, the Plaza de Armas. It is replet or authentic architectural gems from different periods and offers one of the most complete collections of urban buildings of America.

Strolling down the streets of the city centeryou will find all kinds of ancient monuments, fortresses, churches and palaces. Only this area of the city houses more than a thousand buildings of historical importance with various examples of a distinguished architecture ranging from baroque to art deco.
Museum of the Revolution
This monumental building located in Centro Habana houses one of the most interesting museums in all of Cuba. It is a must visit especially for those who want to laern about the history of the island.

The museum exhibits many collections that show photographs, flags, documents, weapons and other related objects from the revolutionary struggle against Batista, and the history of Cuba, in chronological order, ranging from the pre-Columbian culture of Cuba to the socialist regime. Highlights include the exhibitions on the Moncada assault of 1953, and on the life of Che Guevara.
This part of the city located by the seaside is also a popular enclave for tourists and locals. The inhabitants of the island spend the nights and dawns waiting for the sunrise, having drinks and singing with guitars under the stars. The Havana Malecon has become a sign of the island, representing the spirit of Cuba internationally.