Saturday, 8 June 2013

Havana – A trip to the capital of Cuba’s

Havana is connected to a modern and cosmopolitan city with an ancient past and today’s turbulent presence. It is the center of the civilized, social and economic life in this country.

Havana has about 2.2 million inhabitants the third largest city in the Caribbean. The city center was the authentic UNESCO Declared a World Heritage Site. The city flourishes with its versatile beauty, wide streets, busy streets and historic buildings. La Habana Vieja, Old Havana, offers different attractions.
Fascination Havana

The Parque Central, La Catedral and La Plaza de Armas beautiful examples of colonial architecture present. Endless cafes, bars and restaurants can be found in many streets of Havana. The most popular bars are the La Bodeguita del Medio and the Floridita. There used to drink the famous writer Ernest Hemingway’s favorite drink Mojito and Daiquiri. Attraction in the center of the capital is the Plaza de la Revolución. This place is characterized by a high stone boundary associated with the statue of the poet and Freedom hero Jose Marti. The Plaza de la Revolución is encompassed by the Home Office with a huge steel image of Che Guevara, the Government House and the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Cuba. Close by is the largest cemetery in America, the Cementerio Cristóbal Colón. Also worth seeing is the Malecón, the famous promenade.

These and many other attractions make one Cuba Vacation worth seeing. Havana at night is a fantastic attraction by the many dance clubs and discos. Here you also get the real life feel of salsa dance and in no other country like Cuba can this experience it firsthand. Havana offers a terrific insight into the life of the Cuban population, by the openness of the Cuban people and their culture. The charm of the city of Havana makes it a special experience and will remind you of a memorable Cuban holiday.