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The Malecón, Havana's evocative 8km-long sea drive, is one of the city's most soulful and quintessentially Cuban thoroughfares. Long a favored meeting place...
Havana's celebrated ice cream parlor housed in a flying saucerlike structure in a park in Vedado is as celebrated for its massive queues as much as it is for...
Made famous thanks to the rum-swilling exploits of Ernest Hemingway (who by association instantly sends the prices soaring), this is Havana's most celebrated...
One big screen and two video salas (cinemas) here at Havana's most famous cinema. The venue for many a hot date.
On the top floor of a spectacularly dilapidated Havana tenement, La Guarida's lofty reputation rests on its movie-location setting (Fresa y chocolate was...
Center-stage in Plaza de la Revolución is this monument, which at 138.5m is Havana's tallest structure. Fronted by an impressive 17m marble statue of a...
The incomparable Capitolio Nacional is Havana's most ambitious and grandiose building, constructed after the 'Dance of the Millions' had gifted the Cuban...
Promoting itself as the 'cradle of the daiquirí,' El Floridita was a favorite of expat Americans long before Hemingway dropped by in the 1930s (hence the...
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