Discover the capital of Cuba and the third most-populous city in the Caribbean. Take a stroll through the old quarter and discover its most pure essence.
What led that Revolution to triumph? What changes did it bring to Cuba? What changes did it bring to your people? How is it updated and if it still exists? I will answer this and more questions in these 2h walking through the history of the Cuban Revolution.
Do you want to get a taste of Havana? Here´s the perfect route to indulge your taste buds in the delicacies and be surprised by the aromas of what is considered to be the most natural and traditional food.
Put on your helmet, hop on your bike and enjoy a different kind of experience on two wheels. Great, right? Well, we´re just about ready to set off!
Visit the most important neighbourhood in Havana: its modern buildings and young atmosphere won´t make you want to leave.
Explore the most revolutionary side of Havana through the eyes of an authentic Cuban. Discover the myth about Che Guevara and Fidel Castro.
Explore the beauty of Old Havana illuminated, taste the best mojitos and daiquiris of the city, and learn how to dance salsa!
Havana, the capital of Cuba, is one of the cities that captivates you with its personality, with colorful houses in its streets, where you have to let yourself go without plans. Take a break, during your visit to Havana, in the Plaza de Armas and let the history and the way of being of the people of the heart of Cuba catch you. The best way to discover this exotic capital is with our local guides on the Free Walking Tour Havana, in which we visit the famous Plaza de San Francisco, the Cámara Oscura, Calle Obispo, Plaza Vieja, Plaza de la revolution, the cathedral of Havana, the theater and many more.
Meet with us the most controversial neighborhood in the entire capital but one that is very worthwhile, the Barrio de Vedado. In this neighborhood you can find, home, bourgeois shawls from the late nineteenth century. and the beginning of the 20th century, but at the same time it symbolizes the present Cuba. The most famous hotels are in this neighborhood, such as the Hotel Nacional de Cuba from 1930, which has been declared a Memory of the World by UNESCO. Join our Free Tour of El Vedado and discover the former Presidential Palace and current Museum of the Revolution.
Join our guide tour and excursions led by our guides in Spanish, soak up the history of this city, Che Guevara and the Cuban Revolution and Fidel Castro. With our local guides it is much easier and more fun to discover what to see in Havana.
As we like to eat so much, we cannot avoid trying the typical dishes of Havana. Cuban gastronomy is an incredible mix of Spanish and African cuisine, that is why it has some special flavors, which we must try. The most typical habanero dishes, which you can taste in our Free Gastronomic Tour of Havana, are ropa vieja, tamales, tropical lobster or the famous corn on the cob. To end a meal well, something sweet is always missing. We recommend you to try an artisan ice cream at the famous Coppelia ice cream parlor, as long as you have time to wait in line.
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