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Las mejores actividades en La Habana

Descubre la ciudad a través de los ojos de sus habitantes. Encuentra las mejores actividades, lugares para comer y recibe consejos invaluables de la gente que vive ahí.

Entretenimiento en general
“For its diversity and authenticity of the arts that are presented in this place.”
Recomendado por 397 habitantes locales
Museum
“The Museum of the Revolution gathers material and collections related to the Cuban revolution. Former Presidential Palace, it was built between 1909 and 1920 to be the seat of the provincial government of Havana. President Mario García Menocal chose it to be the seat of the Executive. In 1974 it became the Museum of the Revolution and in 2010 it was declared a National Monument. Its more than 30 showrooms store around 9,000 pieces of different stages of the Cuban revolutionary struggle, lead by Fidel Castro. The exhibition rooms cover every stage of Cuban history. In the museum the actions of March 13 are set in their Palace stages. Even if you are not a person into politics, the architectural beauty of this building makes it worth a visit. The construction started in 1909 by initiative of General Ernesto Aubert , then governor of Havana. The project was carried out by the architects Rodolfo Maruri (Cuban) and Paul Belau (Belgian), while the construction phase was assumed by the General Contracting Company. The interior decoration was under the responsibility of Tiffany Studios. The building, designed from the canons of Eclecticism , took for its completion a budget that exceeded one and a half million pesos. Its floors and stairs were covered with Carrara marble. ”
Recomendado por 145 habitantes locales
Bar de cocteles
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“This place can be very busy. If you love tranquillity, then stay away. But if you are looking for the most genuine Havana's culture and vibe, then do not miss out. It has been very famous, since its foundation, for the Cuban typical dishes, i.e. black beans, fried pork chunks and fried banana. Ernest Hemingway made it popular for becoming a frequent client and a lover of the Mojito cocktail they offer.”
Recomendado por 173 habitantes locales
Restaurante cubano
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“Only in Havana! The entrance to the city's most legendary private restaurant greets you like a scene out of a 1940s film noir. A decapitated statue at the bottom of a grand but dilapidated staircase leads up past lines of drying clothes to a wooden door, behind which lie multiple culinary surprises. La Guarida's lofty reputation was first fermented in the 1990s when it was used as a location for the Oscar-nominated film Fresa y Chocolate. Not surprisingly, the food is still up there with Havana's best, shoehorning its pioneering brand of Nueva Cocina Cubana into dishes such as rabbit pâté and oxtail risotto. Reservations recommended.”
Recomendado por 160 habitantes locales
Point of Interest
“This beautiful venue used to be called the Great Theatre of Havana, recently renamed Alicia Alonso Theatre, after the prima ballerina for decades of the world renowned Cuban National Ballet Company. If you are interested in ballet or opera performances look out for the programme on the billboard. ”
Recomendado por 165 habitantes locales
Restaurante cubano
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“Its a wonderfull Bar. Also the entrance to the Old Havana zone. Meeting point very close to our hostel. ”
Recomendado por 173 habitantes locales
Administrative Area Level 2
“The Plaza de la Revolución (Revolution Square), formerly the Plaza Civica prior to the Revolution, is worth a brief stop due to its historical significance. During a 1998 visit to Cuba, Pope John Paul II celebrated mass in this famous square, and more than a million people have gathered here for Castro's speeches. Overlooking the square is the José Martí Memorial with a 109-meter gray tower and white marble statue of the Cuban national hero. You can browse the small museum here or take the lift up the tower for panoramic city views. Government buildings surround the square, including the Ministry of the Interior building adorned with the iconic image of Che Guevara. Address: Paseo y Calle 39”
Recomendado por 138 habitantes locales
Museum
“Cuban and international arts!!! unique pieces from great masters to the most contemporary artists!!”
Recomendado por 139 habitantes locales
Castillo
“Morro Castle, named after the three biblical Magi, is a fortress guarding the entrance to Havana bay in Havana, Cuba.”
Recomendado por 132 habitantes locales
Point of Interest
“Very famous and beautiful Plaza, near to a lot of interesting things in the city.”
Recomendado por 106 habitantes locales
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 ”
Recomendado por 115 habitantes locales
Beach
“It takes only 20 minutes from the capital to reach a 50 km of golden beaches with crystal blue waters. Santa Maria del Mar, Guanabo and Tarara are our favourites.”
Recomendado por 45 habitantes locales
Parque
“Surrounded by some of the most beautiful buildings in Havana. From here you can stroll down "El Paseo del Prado". A pedestrian walkway where locals as well as tourist enjoy the scenery. There are numerous bars anan spend your evening relaxing and taking in the ambiance of this metropolitan city.”
Recomendado por 93 habitantes locales
Centro comercial
“There are some brand shops on the last floor af the market, like Adidas H&M and some others”
Recomendado por 80 habitantes locales
Plaza
“Also Know as the Cathedral of the Virgin Mary of the Immaculate Conception, this church is one of eleven Roman Catholic cathedral in Cuba. and is nestle right in the heart of Old Havana”
Recomendado por 70 habitantes locales
Restaurante español
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“In my opinion the best place to eat in Havana. The food is of excellent quality, a wide wine selection, the service is efficient and you really get value for money. It's located opposite the Capitol. It will take you 15 to 20 minutes to walk from our place. You don't need to book so far ahead. Usually there's a little queue at the entrance. You'll be in after 15 to 20 minutes. But if you're definitely queue-impatient, then book on-line. Use the website shown. Note there are steep stairs to go up to the first floor. If you can't handle it, then rather visit D'Lirios, which is on the ground floor and also on this guidebook.”
Recomendado por 125 habitantes locales