Castillo de los Tres Santos Reyes Magnos del Morro
This imposing fort was erected between 1589 and 1630 to protect the entrance to Havana harbor from pirates and foreign invaders (French...
Located at the Castillo de Los Tres Santos Reyes Magnos del Morro, the famous lighthouse – which has made the castle one of Habana’s...
Batería de los Doce Apóstoles
Battery of 12 cannons (the 12 'apostles') set beneath the colossal ramparts of Havana's Morro fort.
Bar el Polvorín
Situated just below El Morro fort in the Parque Histórico Militar Morro-Cabaña, this bar offers drinks and light snacks on a patio...
Restaurante los Doce Apóstoles
Parts of the fortresses have been converted into good restaurants and atmospheric bars including this one below El Morro. The restaurant...
Maritime Museum information
Aside from the fantastic views over the sea and the city, El Morro also hosts a maritime museum that includes a riveting account of the fort's siege and eventual surrender to the British in 1762 using words (in English and Spanish) and paintings.