Buses to points in Artemisa and Mayabeque provinces leave from Apodaca No 53, off Agramonte, near the main train station. They go to Güines, Jaruco, Madruga, Nueva Paz, San José, San Nicolás and Santa Cruz del Norte…
Havana's main train station is just southwest of Habana Vieja. A national monument, it was being refurbished at research time. In the meantime, trains are operating out of La Coubre station, just around the corner.
Cubacar and/or Havanautos – it's essentially the same government-run company – have a desk at most of the big hotels, including Meliá Cohiba, Meliá Habana, Iberostar Parque Central, Habana Libre and Sevilla. This no…
La Coubre is acting as Havana's main train station while the Estación Central de Ferrocarriles is being refurbished. Come here to buy tickets for all the main trains across Cuba.
Havana's main bus station is also the main terminal for the Víazul buses that fan out across the nation. Come here to buy tickets for all buses, including bus-ferry combo tickets to Isla de la Juventud.
Havana's modest bike-sharing scheme was introduced in November 2018. You can rent bikes from seven service stations around Habana Vieja, including at its HQ here. Helmets and locks are included.
The handy hop-on, hop-off Habana Bus Tour runs on two main routes, T1 and T3. The main stop is in Parque Central, opposite the Hotel Inglaterra.
Cubana Airlines has its head office at the Malecón end of the Airline Building on Calle 23. You can buy international or domestic tickets here.
Rents average-size cars for far-from-average prices from the Hotel Gran Via. Bank on CUC$80 a day with insurance – if there are any cars available.
Cubacar office in the Hotel Meliá Habana. Rental is around CUC$80 per day with insurance.