The colors, flavors and architecture of the Cuban capital make it a place to be visited leisurely. Preferably, many times
When to go
Havana is warm and inviting all year round. It rains less from November to March.
Private houses and small guesthouses are common in the city. In recent years, comfortable hotels, like the luxurious Saratoga, have sprouted up in Havana.
What to bring
Since Cuba is not inserted in the international financial system, you need to bring cash – only a handful of places accept debit or credit cards. It’s recommended to bring euros.
LATAM has direct flights to Havana departing from Lima.
The imposing building of the Museo de la Revolución is home to Cuba’s main collection of political documents and records.
Scenes in Havana: even the cars have bright colors and personality. After a difficult period, Cuban cuisine has made a comeback with tasty local ingredients and Cuban and international chefs who opened restaurants in the city, the famous paladares.
Different shades of blue and white sands make the island a paradise for beach lovers. In the photo, Santa María del Mar, located 20 minutes from downtown Havana by car.
The colors of recently restored colonial houses in Havana Vieja.
Contemporary art enters the circuit of museums and galleries, like the Fábrica de Arte Cubano…
…and fashion also gets a new home at such places as the shop Clandestina.
Havana Vieja is home to most of the city’s colonial mansions. The large verandas are an invitation to watch life go by in Cuba.