Walk Around Historic Havana, Cuba

A city seemingly lost in time and soaked in old world history, Havana welcomes visitors with charm, vibrant people, and colorful architecture. Hop in an old-school car and cruise this incredible city with a guide for a personalized tour. First, start in historic Havana, which echoes its past as the crossing point between the New World and the Old World for the Spanish Galleons in 1519. The bright colors of the city — from pastel blues to sunshine yellows — adorn the streets and act as a watercolor map calling for exciting exploration. The ancient architecture, such as the Cathedral of the Virgin Mary and the 16th century Castillo de la Real Fuerza, transport you to another time. Make sure to have a meal of mussels and rice at La Bodeguita del Medio, where famous authors Ernest Hemingway and Pablo Neruda dined often. At night, hop between bars sipping local rum and dancing the night away with the locals. We can guarantee the days will go all to fast in Havana, but the memories will last you a lifetime.

Getting There

The José Martí International Airport, located in Havana, is a major international hub, easily accessible from other international airports. For example, a nonstop flight from Newark to Havana is only about four hours long. After arriving at the airport, the easiest way to get to the city centre of Havana is to hail a taxi from an area a short distance from the arrivals terminal. Travel to Havana is more convenient to US resident from New YorkChicagoLos AngelesFloridaLas Vegas and Miami. There are also direct flights from Colombia, Brazil, Peru, Ecuador and Puerto Rico. Guides are on hand to help direct you to open taxis and get you set on your way. Once you agree to the fair, you are off on an adventure in historic Cuba.

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