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Where to Eat Street Food in Havana

by ElizabethGourd February 2014 - last edited September

Havana Street FoodIt’s fair to say that that Havana is not famous for its haute cuisine. In the land of bountiful cheap rum and navy strength mojitos, gastronomy has been somewhat limited by food rationing. Yet what Havana lacks in culinary refinement, it more than makes up for with a robust culture of street food that speaks to the history of the nation.


Eight Great Casas Particulares in Havana

by LydiaBell May 2013 - last edited October

Casas | Havana

On a tight budget but still want to get under the skin of Havana? Access the private accomodation market, which runs the gamut of bare-bones spare bedrooms to 1950s suburban homes with original cocktail bars, with these eight great casas particulares in Havana.


Tips from 35,000 Feet: Havana

by Community Manager January 2013 - last edited August 2014

Havana_Header©Barbara_Walsh.jpgFor us, there’s nowhere better to get a feel for the colourful history of the city of Havana than the Mueseo de la Ciudad.


Our Must-See Havana Videos

by Community Manager January 2013 - last edited August 2014


It seems Havana’s visitors cannot get enough of capturing the classic cars that sprawl across the city and the crumbling walls of Old Havana, and who can blame them? Most of all, however, filmmakers pick up on the unique faces and lives of those that inhabit the city, from the children playing in the harbour to the pianists playing on the streets, as well as the obligatory reference to Club Havana rum of course!


Once in a Lifetime: Havana

by Community Manager January 2013 - last edited October

Havana©Brian_Snelson.jpgIf you want to really get under the skin of Cuba’s sultry capital, we suggest checking out these five top Havana experiences. With everything on offer, from late night bars to boxing lessons, we're sure you'll have plenty of unique memories to take home with you.


Winter Sun Holidays: Havana After Dark

by Moderator November 2011 - last edited October

In the capable hands of journalist and Cuba resident Conner Gorry, we head to Havana to find out what happens once the rum starts flowing and the sun goes down...