A a favorite among the locals, this Cuban joint is where drinking and dancing merge into one big party. With the muisic being ... More
A a favorite among the locals, this Cuban joint is where drinking and dancing merge into one big party. With the muisic being predominantly latin—salsa and merengue, this place is usually teeming with people till wee hours of the morning. Tikoa keeps the party meter ticking with style and spirit!
Occupying a large part of the Cathedral Square with its tables and sunshades, this bar has become one of the
most popular open air spaces in the city, where customers often get up and dance to the sound of ...
A distinctive 40s atmosphere is the main attraction of this bar, with its wooden panels and plant boxes that separate
it from the street, and a hard, polished bar that completely fills the back of the main saloon. The ...
Located on the Rampa, this extensive cinema complex was built in the 1950s, and formed part of a development known
as the Radiocentro. It is the second largest cinema in Havana, with 1464 seats divided between the main auditorium ...
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