Fototeca de Cuba
Built with the help of Japanese investment and opened in December 2009, Havana's planetarium is only accessible by guided tours booked...
On the northwestern corner of Plaza Vieja is this clever optical device providing live, 360-degree views of the city from atop a...
Kissing the southeast corner of Plaza Vieja is this distinctive Gaudí-esque building, which remains Havana's finest example of art...
Café el Escorial
Opening onto Plaza Vieja and encased in a finely restored colonial mansion, there's something definitively European about El Escorial....
Lonely Planet review
A photographic archive of Old Havana since the early 20th century that was started by former City Historian, Emilio Roig de Leuchsenring in 1937. There are an estimated 14,000 photos inside, and they have been instrumental in providing the graphic pointers for the current restoration.