Museo de la Orfebrería
A silverware museum set out in the house of erstwhile silversmith Gregorio Tabares, who had a workshop here from 1707.
Museo Nacional de Historia Natural
An average museum that contains examples of Cuba's flora and fauna, and overlooks Plaza de Armas.
Museo de Pintura Mural
A simple museum that exhibits some beautifully restored original frescoes in the Casa del Mayorazgo de Recio, popularly considered to be...
Café de las Infusiones
Wedged into Calle Mercaderes, this Habaguanex coffee house is a caffeine addict's heaven. You can order more than a dozen different...
Havana takes on the Middle East in this exotic restaurant, appropriately situated in one of the city's 17th-century mudéjar -style...
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La Mina information
A mediocre menu, but with a top-class location, La Mina graces a scenic corner of Plaza de Armas, meaning every tourist in Havana walks past it at some point. The food options – displayed on a stand in the street outside and backed up by an army of verbose waiters – include chicken, pork and prawns cooked in a variety of different ways, but lack culinary panache.
There's a tempting heladería (ice-cream parlor) around the corner in Calle Oficios.