If there's an archetype for romantic Cuban street life, Parque Céspedes is it. A throbbing kaleidoscope of walking, talking, hustling,...
Casa de Diego Velázquez
The oldest house still standing in Cuba, this arresting early colonial abode dating from 1522 was the official residence of the island's...
Casa de la Cultura Miguel Matamoros
The Casa de la Cultura Miguel Matamoros, on parque Céspedes' eastern aspect, is the former San Carlos Club, a social center for wealthy...
Casa de Cultura Josue País García
Grab a seat (or stand in the street) and settle down for whatever this spontaneous place can throw at you: orchestral danzón, folkloric...
Hotel Casa Granda
Positioned like a whitewashed theater box overlooking the unscripted cabaret of Parque Céspedes, the Casa Granda's Parisian-style...
The neoclassical Ayuntamiento was erected in the 1950s using a design from 1783 and was once the site of Hernán Cortés’ mayoral office. Fidel Castro appeared on the balcony of the present building on the night of January 2, 1959, trumpeting the Revolution’s triumph.