Asociación Cultural Yoruba de Cuba
Fuente de la India
Don’t miss this white Carrara marble fountain, carved by Giuseppe Gaginni in 1837 for the count of Villanueva, situated on a traffic...
Parque de la Fraternidad
Leafy Parque de la Fraternidad was established in 1892 to commemorate the fourth centenary of the Spanish landing in the Americas. A few...
The incomparable Capitolio Nacional is Havana's most ambitious and grandiose building, constructed after the 'Dance of the Millions' had...
A boxing club directly opposite the Capitolio, which usually hosts matches on Friday at 7pm.
An open secret opposite the Capitolio, but easy to miss (look out for the queue), Los Nardos is a semi-private restaurant operated by...
Asociación Cultural Yoruba de Cuba information
Lonely Planet review
A museum that provides a worthwhile overview of the Santería religion, the saints and their powers, although some travelers have complained that the exhibits don't justify the price. There are tambores (Santería drum ceremonies) on alternate Fridays at 4:30pm. Note that there's a church dress code for the tambores (no shorts or tank tops). For groups of two or more entry is CUC$6 each.