Restaurante la Dominica
Gabinete de Arqueologia
See the rainbow of influences on Cuba's colonial culture from everyday artifacts dug up nearby. Of particular interest are the ceramics...
Museo de la Ciudad
Filling the whole west side of Plaza de Armas, this museum is housed in the Palacio de los Capitanes Generales , dating from the 1770s....
Palacio de los Capitanes Generales
Paladar Moneda Cubana
There's a soccer obsession at this perfectly placed paladar just off Plaza de la Catedral that must be passed by every tourist in Cuba...
Lonely Planet review
Despite a tendency to be a little overgenerous with the olive oil, La Dominica – with its wood-fired pizza oven and al dente pasta – could quite legitimately stake a claim as Havana's finest Italian restaurant. Located in an elegantly restored dining room with alfresco seating on Calle O'Reilly, the menu offers Italy's 'usual suspects,' augmented by shrimp and lobster.
Professional house bands serenade diners with a slightly more eclectic set than the obligatory Buena Vista Social Club staples.