Things To Do

Exploring Havana

Exploring Havana provides travellers with a wonderful fusion of culture, history, and natural beauty. Along with that, old Havana has magnificent colonial architecture, important plazas like Plaza de la Cathedral and Plaza Vieja, and museums like the Museum of the Revolution. With its famous beachside promenade and views of the ocean, Havana's Malecon is the ideal place for a leisurely stroll and exciting nightlife. Or take a trip in a vintage American vehicle from the 1950s for a trip down memory lane. It's a chic and unique way to explore the city's landmarks and enjoy Cuba's ageless beauty.

Natural Wonders and Outdoor Activities

The breathtaking scenery of the Viñales Valley, a UNESCO World Heritage site, includes traditional tobacco plantations and limestone mogotes. Discover the local life and tobacco farming by taking guided tours along its picturesque riding or walking through the scenic views. The pristine sand and turquoise seas of Varadero Beach are well-known for being ideal for swimming, snorkelling, diving, and sailing. In the Escambray Mountains, hiking routes lead to waterfalls, natural ponds, and expansive vistas at Topes de Collantes. It is a centre for ecotourism, offering tours that allow you to explore the area's wildlife, flora, and conservation initiatives.

Cultural and Historical Experiences

Trinidad, a UNESCO World Heritage site, has colourful buildings, cobblestone alleys, and well-maintained colonial architecture that combine to create a charming environment. It's the country's rich past that is linked with sugar mills, as seen by the neighbouring Valle de los Ingenios, which has plantation homes and sugar mill ruins. The Bay of Pigs, which gained notoriety during the attempted invasion in 1961, is today a popular diving and snorkelling spot along with being a historical monument with museums and memorials. Cuban culture is evident in its dynamic music and dance scenes; attending live music events and taking salsa dancing classes offers a genuine and exciting experience.

Local Cuisine and Nightlife

Cuban food is known for its lip-smacking and savoury meals, such as arroz con pollo. There are various delicious street food options including churros, empanadas, and fresh tropical fruits that offer a sample of the regional cuisine. Paladares, or private restaurants, boost neighbourhood businesses by allowing travellers to experience savoury cuisines in cosy settings. Enjoy the sounds of salsa, son, and jazz at any one of the many bars, clubs, and live music venues that make up Havana's lively nightlife. The vibrant nightlife of the city offers something for everyone, whether you want to dance the night away or just enjoy a quiet drink.



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