Life in La Havana passes by surrounded by music, tradition, culture, national monuments and natural attractions of immeasurable value. Dances and Cuban “sones” spread to each one to this land’s children and to those who visit it as well; customs and traditions remain untouched and join new national and international celebrations to amaze visitors that plan a visit to La Havana, making it their Caribbean destination.
Havana, Cuban capital city, is located in the western side of Cuba and even when is the smallest of all the provinces, its over 2,000,000 inhabitants make it Cuba’s most populated one. Throughout its 15 districts, particularly in Playa, Plaza de la Revolucion, Centro Habana, Habana del Este and Old Havana (a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1982), travelers will find numerous places of architectural, cultural and tourist interest.
Visiting Havana is something you can do all year long. A warm weather most of the year, with temperatures that range from 68 to 85°F is the perfect incentive to explore the city. You can even plan your trips to La Havana to attend events such as the famous Havana Carnival, the International Ballet Festival of Havana and the International Festival of New Latin American Cinema (at the Hotel Nacional), in addition to congresses and symposiums of international reach that take place in the many spaces and venues for conventions and events of La Havana.
In the Cuban capital you’ll find the most generous tourist offer, which consists of national and international hotel chains with 2, 3, 4 and 5 star hotels, restaurants and cafeterias that offer the best Cuban and international cuisine to delight each and every single palate, travel agencies and first-rate transportation services.
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