Next to the Casa de la Música, it can fix you up with both a class and a partner for approximately CUC$8 per hour.
The Malecón, Havana's evocative 8km-long sea drive, is one of the city's most soulful and quintessentially Cuban thoroughfares. Long a...
Museo Lezama Lima
The modest book-filled house of the late Cuban man of letters, José Lezama Lima, is an obligatory pit stop for anyone attempting to...
Housed in a classic art deco rascacielo on Galiano (Av de Italia), the América seems to have changed little since its theatrical heyday...
There’s a place for everything in Havana these days, even Swedish-Cuban fusion food. Emerging improbably from a kitchen in the...
Café Neruda information
Lonely Planet review
Barbecued Chilean ox, Nerudian skewer, Chilean turnover? Poor old Pablo Neruda would be turning in his grave if this weren't such an inviting place on the mildewed Malecón. Spend a poetic afternoon watching the waves splash over the sea wall.