Museo de Transporte Automotor
Few miss the irony of this vaguely surreal museum stuffed with ancient Thunderbirds, Pontiacs and Ford Model Ts, most of which appear to...
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.
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...
Al Medina information
Lonely Planet review
Havana takes on the Middle East in this exotic restaurant, appropriately situated in one of the city's 17th-century mudéjar -style buildings. Tucked into a beautiful patio off Calle Oficios, Al Medina is where you can dine like a Moroccan sheik on lamb couscous, chicken tagine and Lebanese sumac with a spicy twist.
It's especially recommended for its voluminous vegetarian platter, which comes with hummus, tabouleh, dolma, pilaf and falafel.