Introduced on the island at the end of the 19th century, over the course of time baseball has become Cuba's most popular ... More
Introduced on the island at the end of the 19th century, over the course of time baseball has become Cuba's most popular national sport. The National League season lasts for around six months, during which more than ninety matches are played; the best players are then selected for the national team, so as to compete in international and Olympic championships. As well as some of the National League matches, the Stadium usually hosts Cuba's most important international games. Accommodating more than 55,000 spectators, this is a well-built complex, and includes coffee shops, conference rooms, broadcasting and press boxes and medical services.
The pleasant Havana Arts Centre (Centro Cultural Habana) is a good place to buy Cuban music tapes, souvenirs, handicrafts, books
about the island and postcards. You may take a break in their small cafeteria, which serves a selection of ...
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 ...
Probably Cuba's most traditional and well known marina, it offers fishing enthusiasts all types of possibilities. There is a weather
report service available, boat repairs, electricity, specially designed anti cyclone waterways, and a full accommodation infrastructure. Those arriving by ...