Although it begins in the old quarter, the Malecón is, above all, the face of 1950s Havana; a city striving to match the ... More
Although it begins in the old quarter, the Malecón is, above all, the face of 1950s Havana; a city striving to match the great capitals of America. Whether in the bay area, with a view of the Castillo de los Tres Reyes del Morro and the ferry to Casablanca, or along the edge of the Vedado district, the sea wall of the Malecón offers a great place within the Cuban capital to go for a walk and fill your lungs with fresh, salty sea air.
This museum offers a collection of personal belongings pertaining to the world famous Cuban writer and poet Jose Lezama Lima
(1910 1976), author of the novel “Paradiso” (Paradise). Among the objects on display are a collection of paintings, and ...
At this aquarium, a variety of tropical and subtropical marine species can be seen swimming happily in their tanks, which
thanks to their decoration and lighting effects offer an excellent recreation of the ocean depths. Located on the edge ...
One of the best things about this hotel is its excellent location and economic prices, which help make it ideal
accommodation for travelers on a tight budget. Another advantage is that guests are allowed to use the swimming pool ...