On the northwestern corner of Plaza Vieja is this clever optical device providing live, 360-degree views of the city from atop a...
Indoor freshwater fish in tanks make this small aquarium of interest to children.
Built with the help of Japanese investment and opened in December 2009, Havana's planetarium is only accessible by guided tours booked...
Bar La Marina
This pleasant outdoor courtyard with a ‘ceiling’ made out of twisted vines is as an agreeable Old Town nook as any. You can grab a bite...
Mesón de la Flota
This nautically themed tapas bar/restaurant might have been transported from Cádiz's Barrio de Santa María, so potent is the atmosphere....
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Lonely Planet review
Founded in 1772 and still glowing after a 21st-century makeover, this drinking and eating establishment is a great place to prop up the (impressive) bar and sink a few cocktails before dinner. The music, which gets swinging around 8pm, doffs its cap, more often than not, to one-time resident mambo king Benny Moré. Skip the food.