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|Havana is the most exciting city in the Caribbean. Explore Havana and discover unique colonial architecture, music and people, while walking around the squares and narrow streets of historic Old Havana. Havana's Vintage Cars
- Discover Leonardo da Vinci "Camera Obscura" located in Old Havana at the corner of Plaza Vieja enjoy spectacular view.
- Visit "Bellas Artes" the National Museum of Fine Arts located in Old Havana, Trocadero street at corner of Zulueta street.
- Relax at Havana's fine beach "Playas de Este" located just 15 km east of Havana, is an excellent choice for relaxation.
- Enjoy dolphins show in The National Aquarium, it shows tropical and subtropical fishes, situated at 3th Av Miramar Playa.
|Old Havana - Habana Vieja
The most attractive quarter contains many valuable buildings, which are being restored to their former glory. The predominant style of Old Havana is what has become known as Tropical Baroque, Old Havana is one of the oldest settlements in the America's, full of charming weatherworn buildings and narrow, intriguing roadways, a truly inspiring place.
Vedado - Havana Downtown
Vedado is a cultural center, with many artistic institutions, museums and theatres, offering plenty of nightlife. The area has many hotels, restaurants and monuments. Here are a great quantity of bars, night clubs and discotheques.
Traditionally one of the more upscale district of Havana, known for its splendid mansions wide trees and palms avenues, where many of the embassies are located. Attractions; exclusive Club Habana, Cabaret Tropicana, La Maison fashion house. Marina Hemingway, National Aquarium, Casa de la Musica. Many fine hotels and restaurants are located in Miramar.
Havana Beaches - Playas del Este
Chain of pristine beaches, located just 18 km east of Havana center, getting there is easy only 20 min by taxi. Playas del Este composed: Playa Bacuranao, Playa Tarara, Playa El Megano, Playa Santa Maria del Mar and Playa Guanabo.