Iglesia de San Francisco de Paula
Gimnasio de Boxeo Rafael Trejo
Here you can see matches on Friday at 7pm (CUC$1) or drop by any day after 4pm to watch the training. Travelers interested in boxing can...
Iglesia y Convento de Nuestra Señora de la Merced
Built in 1755, this hemmed-in church was reconstructed in the 19th century. Beautiful gilded altars, frescoed vaults and a number of old...
Iglesia Parroquial del Espíritu Santo
Havana’s oldest surviving church (built in 1640 and rebuilt in 1674) is the Iglesia Parroquial del Espíritu Santo , with many burials in...
Bar Dos Hermanos
This once seedy, now polished bar down by the docks broadcasts a boastful list of former celebrity rum-sluggers on a plaque by the door,...
Paladar la Mulata del Sabor
Delicious smells emanating from the kitchen in this hole-in-the-wall paladar have lured in many an off-track traveler disoriented after...
Lonely Planet review
One of Havana's most attractive churches, this building was fully restored in 2000. It is all that remains of the San Francisco de Paula women's hospital from the mid-1700s. Lit up at night for concerts, the stained glass, heavy cupola and baroque facade are romantic and inviting.