Havana is the capital of Cuba. The stunning combination of antique and new in Havana makes it a slightly perplexing, yet hugely popular tourist destination.
Because of its proximity to the sea, the Malecon is a popular fishing destination, particularly near the seawall.
Old Havana, a UNESCO World Heritage site, is a captivating link to a bygone era, with brilliant architecture, colourful vehicles, and 16th-century fortifications.
Fusterlandia is a secret wonderland of mosaic tile and recycled art located just 20 minutes outside of Havana's city centre.
The only square in Havana without a religious institution is Old Square. Its beautiful, eclectic architecture dates back centuries in Havana.
El Capitolio has dominated Havana's cityscape since the 1920s and remains one of the city's most iconic monuments
Morro Castle, named for the three biblical Magi, is a castle that guards the Havana Bay entrance.
Gran Teatro de La Habana
La Habana's Gran Teatro The most well-known theatre in Cuba. It is housed in a structure known as Havana's Galician Centre.
Playas del Este
If so, consider taking a side excursion to Playas del Este, a group of beaches about 11 miles east of Havana.
José Martí Memorial
It is a massive monument over 142 meters tall and 78,50 meters in circumference, making it the highest building in Havana.