Museo Municipal de Regla
Iglesia de Nuestra Señora de Regla
As important as it is diminutive, Iglesia de Nuestra Señora de Regla, which lies just behind the boat dock in the municipality of Regla,...
From the museum, head straight (south) on Martí past Parque Guaicanamar, and turn left on Albuquerque and right on 24 de Febrero, the...
Iglesia de San Francisco de Paula
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...
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,...
Lonely Planet review
If you've come across to see the church, you should also check out this quirky museum, which is spread over two sites, one adjacent to the church and the other (better half) a couple of blocks up the main street from the ferry recording the history of Regla and its Afro-Cuban religions.
There's an interesting, small exhibit on Remigio Herrero, first babalawo (priest) of Regla, and a bizarre statue of Napoleon with his nose missing. Price of admission includes both museum outposts and the Colina Lenin exhibit.