Old & New Havana Tour
Today you will get acquainted with Cuba's capital city during a comprehensive tour of Havana. A highlight is the crumbling splendour of the historic neighbourhood of Habana Vieja (Old Havana), a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The centre city is well known as one of the finest example of a Spanish colonial city anywhere in the Americas. Within the tour, there are stops on the impressive Museum of the Revolution, a tobacco house to see the rolling techniques of one of the most famous cigars in the world and also at the Havana Club Rum Museum for an insight into the history of Cuba’s most popular drink; as well as a chance to taste its delights! Lunch will be provided in an authentic Cuban restaurant.
In the more modern parts of the city you’ll see the beautiful Colon Cemetery, the famous Revolution Square, other highlights of the tour are the Malecón, a seafront drive which stretches almost the entire length of Havana, and the elegant suburb of Miramar. Afterwards, you will visit the home of Ernest Hemingway which has been preserved just as it was when the Nobel Prize winning writer lived there. In the evening, you might want to consider enjoy the magnificent show of the famous Tropicana Cabaret which boasts more than two hundred dancers, a fabulous orchestra and astonishing acrobatic feats. We can arrange tickets for you. (The itinerary may change its schedule depending the opening hours of the visit to the home of Ernest Hemingway)
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch