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Entertainment
“Gran Teatro de La Habana is a theater in Havana, Cuba, home to the Cuban National Ballet. It was designed by the Belgian architect Paul Belau and built by Purdy and Henderson, Engineers in 1914 at the site of the former Teatro Tacón. Its construction was paid for by the Galician immigrants of Havana to serve as a their community-social center. Located in the Paseo del Prado, its facilities include theatres, a concert hall, conference rooms, a video screening room, as well as an art gallery, a choral center and several rehearsal halls for dance companies. It hosts the International Ballet Festival of Havana every two years since 1960.”
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Restaurante cubano
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“In a famous place, stopped in a classic Cuban film "strawberry and chocolate", you can enjoy excellent dishes of Cuban food in a unique space a few steps from old Havana.”
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Antro
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“ This really is the place to go if you want to see the very best Cuban salsa bands. The Galiano venue quickly gained a reputation as the best venue for salsa after its opening in 2003. There is much more space in the Galiano venue than its slightly posher twin in Miramar which allows you to bar perch if you want to take a break from the dance floor. When the big bands play, covers go up dramatically but the frantic energy and packed venues make it worthwhile and an experience to remember. Less popular bands struggle to fill up the venue so it’s worth checking to see who’s playing.”
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Parque
“Completed in 1877 after the city walls were knocked down, the park is bordered by El Prado, Zulueta, San José and Neptuno Streets. It is surrounded by significant buildings, such as the Gran Teatro de La Habana; the Inglaterra, Telégrafo, Parque Central and Plaza hotels; the shopping complex known as Manzana de Gómez; and the building devoted to international art of the Museo de Bellas Artes. In the late 18th century, the park was pretty much bare of trees and mostly paved. Trees, fountains and sculptures were added to the park after 1959.”
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Restaurante italiano
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“This seaside boardwalk sits on the edge of Old Havana and El Vadado neighborhoods with access to many bars, restuarants, and ”
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Fair
“El Capitolio, or the National Capitol Building (Capitolio Nacional de La Habana) is a public edifice and one of the most visited sites in Havana, capital of Cuba. The building was commissioned by Cuban president Gerardo Machado and built from 1926 to 1929 under the direction of Eugenio Rayneri Piedra. It is located on the Paseo del Prado, Dragones, Industria, and San José streets in the exact center of Havana. ”
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Restaurante cubano
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“The former president of USA, Barack Obama, chose that place to have dinner with his family ”
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Capitol Building
“I recommend this place cause its location points an important border between colonial and contemporary history. Also, more than one historical place was set here before it was built. Plus, it was the building where the republican governments gave the orders to the whole country. Sit of the Cuban Academy of Sciences for years. And at last, but no least, there's more than one interesting story to hear about characters who spent time there.”
  • Recomendado por 62 habitantes locales
Restaurante caribeño
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“This place has a restaurant, a bakery, a bar, and a gourmet restaurant. Nice and varied food at reasonable prices, very convenient for breakfasts and late dinners.”
  • Recomendado por 90 habitantes locales
Barrio
“Chinese immigration to Cuba started in 1847 when Chinese (Cantonese and Hakka) contract workers were brought to work in the sugar fields, bringing the religion of Buddhism with them. Hundreds of thousands of Chinese workers were brought in from China, Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan during the following decades to replace and/or work alongside African slaves. After completing eight-year contracts or otherwise obtaining their freedom, some Chinese immigrants settled permanently in Cuba, although most longed for repatriation to their homeland. Havana's Chinatown (known as Barrio Chino de La Habana) is one of the oldest and largest Chinatowns in Latin America. Some 5,000 immigrants from the U.S. came to Cuba during the late 19th century to escape the discrimination present at the time. Another, albeit smaller wave of Chinese immigrants, also arrived during the 20th century, some as dissidents escaping the authorities in China. There are lots of small and cosy restaurants in the area. It's worthwhile paying a visit.”
  • Recomendado por 59 habitantes locales
Capitol Building
“El Capitolio, or Cuba’s Capitol Building, was built in 1929 and based off of the US Capitol in Washington DC. It has been closed to the public for the last 8 years for a big restoration project — but just recently re-opened. Previously used as the Ministry of Science & Technology, the newly renovated structure is now the seat of Cuba’s national assembly, where they selected a new president last April. Visitors can tour the Capitol in groups of 15 from Tuesday to Sunday each week.”
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Centro comercial
“At the beginning of the 20th century, La Época created the modern department store concept, introducing new commercial and management techniques at the time, such as control and business intelligence, window dressing, escalators or vertical concentration in certain areas. products. The building was completely restored in 1990 by the Office of the Historian of Havana, which turned it into an elegant shopping center, with very varied stores that sell everything from freshly made food to baby products.”
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Galería de arte
“The narrow two-block long alley between Aramburu and Hospital streets in Centro Habana has over the years become a shrine to Afro-Cuban religions through the art created by Salvador González. The buildings are lined with brightly-colored paintings, murals, sculptures and objects, which depict rituals and deities. Also, rumba groups play here every Sunday.”
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Route
“ The Malecón (officially Avenida de Maceo) is a broad esplanade, roadway and seawall which stretches for 8 km (5 miles) along the coast in Havana, Cuba, from the mouth of Havana Harbor in Old Havana, along the north side of the Centro Habana neighborhood, ending in the Vedado neighborhood. New businesses are appearing on the esplanade due to economic reforms in Cuba that now allow Cubans to own private businesses.”
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Centro comercial
“Plaza Carlos 3, is one of the biggest shopping centers in Havana, in just a few meters to Apartemnt Carlos 3 :)”
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Los mejores restaurantes

Restaurante cubano
“In a famous place, stopped in a classic Cuban film "strawberry and chocolate", you can enjoy excellent dishes of Cuban food in a unique space a few steps from old Havana.”
  • Recomendado por 177 habitantes locales
Restaurante cubano
“The former president of USA, Barack Obama, chose that place to have dinner with his family ”
  • Recomendado por 63 habitantes locales
Restaurante caribeño
“This place has a restaurant, a bakery, a bar, and a gourmet restaurant. Nice and varied food at reasonable prices, very convenient for breakfasts and late dinners.”
  • Recomendado por 90 habitantes locales
Restaurante cubano
“Directly in front of Malecon. Great Service, great food (Cuban and spanish) and live music”
  • Recomendado por 46 habitantes locales
Restaurante chino
“If you are really into Asian cuisine, don't miss this place out. You'll get Chinese dishes recreated in a Cuban fashion. The Chinese presence in Cuba dates back to the early XIX century. The adaptation of Chinese culinary in Cuba was a genuine process, as a result of immigration into the island and the different socioeconomic conditions encountered by immigrants. ”
  • Recomendado por 39 habitantes locales
Restaurante
“Very good restaurant and cafeteria, one right next to the other, the cafeteria its ideal for having snacks, pizza, milk shakes and that kind of food. The restaurant in the other hand it´s perfect to enjoy good Cuban food. ”
  • Recomendado por 26 habitantes locales
Restaurante
“Fabulous food. Nice break from standard Cuban fare. Gorgeous views of the Malecon. The Black Bread is a must!”
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Restaurante
“Amazing restaurant with differents types of food such as pizza, spaghetti, rice and beans, steak and more....”
  • Recomendado por 12 habitantes locales

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