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Opened in 1929 as one of the most iconic buildings in Cuba, the Capitolio Nacional is a must-see for its exceptional architecture and its fascinating history.
Plaza de la Catedral
Hosting the Cathedral of the Virgin Mary of the Immaculate Conception of Havana, the Plaza de la Catedral is not only a beautiful place but a testimony of a city with 500 years of history.
Gran Teatro de La Habana Alicia Alonso
With 180 years of history, the most famous theater in Havana is a neo-baroque jewel, home of the National Ballet of Cuba. The most renowned companies in the country act here regularly.
Known as Havana’s biggest sofa, the malecón promenade is a favorite by travelers to Cuba for people-watching and live music with a romantic sea breeze.
Paladar La Guarida
Set in a building from the beginning of the 20th Century, over the last 25 years La Guarida has become a reference for new Cuban cuisine. What started as a small Paladar (privately-owned restaurants in people’s homes) with 12 seats has grown and adapted to the constant challenges of Cuba’s reality, while maintaining the values which make it unique.