Havana is a vibrant, modern and cosmopolitan city; where past and present mingle at the cultural, political, economic and social heart of Cuba. Old Havana has been declared part of the heritage of mankind by UNESCO, and the beauty of its paved streets, colonial balconies, Baroque and Gothic buildings makes this accolade well deserved. Smiling faces greet you at every turn. At night, this lovely Caribbean city becomes a magical carnival of shows, night-clubs and discotheques inviting you in to join the fun.
Old Havana is a treasure trove of Cuban history and culture. The Plaza de Armas, the Cathedral and the Parque Central are fine examples of Colonial architecture. A walk through these...
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Originally established in 1514 on Cuba's southern coast, San Cristóbal de la Habana had been moved by 1519 to its present-day location on the island's north coast, at the mouth of a deep and spacious harbor with a narrow, protected harbor...