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Casa Acela, in one of the most important arteries of the Cuban capital, Calle 23. An accommodation that offers a grate location and there are what you need to satisfy all your tastes. Calle 23 is one of the main avenues of the capital where there are many interesting places to visit, some of them the Yellow Submarine, Fresa y Chocolate, the La Rampa craft fair, the Pabellón Cuba and several of the most renowned cinemas in Havana .
23 Avenue #759 Apto 1B, E/ B and C, Havana Vedado
Beach, City, History, Culture
The musical culture of Havana is rich and I would say that it is unique in the country. Its nightlife is that of a city that does not sleep, it is a constant dynamic. The sensuality of its music captures its visitors. Different cultural centers, bars, clubs and discos open their doors to hide the sun. With varied rhythms, Havana nights become a spectacle. El Vedado is the center of this nightlife in the capital of Cubans.
Located in the street No. 103 between Calzada and Calle 5, headquarters of the National Folklore Ensemble of Cuba. Maximum exponent of our Afro-Cuban roots. At the stroke of a drum you can dance and enjoy their shows.
Exponent of Cuban culture, an ideal site for lovers of letters. Grants the Casa de las Américas special award, one of the most recognized in Hispanic literature. It is located at the corner of 3 and G. Vedado streets.
Located in the Hotel Nacional de Cuba, live music shows. Spectacular body of dance, scenography and choreography. Accompanied with a cocktail, where better to enjoy your night.
Calzada No657 between A and B streets. The largest theater house in Cuba. The best plays are born here and can be enjoyed on the weekends.
Avenida Italia between Neptuno and Concordia. Stage for the great musicians of the country. A sample of the Cuban musical culture in its splendor.
Between 13th Street and I. Space coveted by the young people of the city. He is well known for his live music concerts.
Last floor of Paseo Galleries. With an unbeatable view of the Malecon, it is the busiest place in Havana where you can listen to jazz, timba and salsa.
Located in el vedado on Calle 23 between 10 and 12. For lovers of art and cinema there is no better space, it is the headquarters of the Cuban Institute of Art and Cinematographic Industry.
A whole tradition in Havana. It is located on Calle Obispo 557, Old Havana. Well known for his excellent daiquiri and closely related to the figure of Hemingway. The bar opened the doors with the name of Piña de Plata in the year 1817. Only a little later they called it Floridita. Later in the year 1910 it was expanded with the restaurant areas where a French chef worked.
In 1914 a Catalan called Constantino Ribalaigua began to work as a clerk. 4 years later I would buy the activity to the family room. Many say that it was Constantino who brought the daiquiri to Havana for the first time. a drink that was born inside Cuba.
Specifically in the street Empedrado 207, Old Havana. It is considered the most popular of Havana bars. The mojito is the main figure, one of its most frequent customers was Hemingway. But it has been visited by dissimilar personalities among them Fidel, Salvador Allende, Nicolás Guillén, the American president Obama, among others. Treasures on its walls the signature of each of them, the only attribute that insurance you will not find anywhere else. Do not stop seeing this in Cuba.
Havana is truly extraordinary. You will need several days if you want to visit its main places of interest. We recommend the Museum of the Revolution, the Focsa building, the National Hotel, the Necropolis of Columbus, the Napoleonic Museum and the University of Havana. As well as the Fountain of India, Fraternity Park, the Sacred Heart of Jesus Church, the Chinatown.
Finally the house of the Obra Pia, the San Francisco de Paula Church, I enter many more. There are also museums and institutions along Obispo Street and Mercaderes Street in Old Havana.
Havana is the epicenter of the cultural activities of the country, here most of the international festivals are celebrated. Its programming is very varied and the city is always celebrating.
The most relevant are the International Festival of New Latin American Cinema and the International Ballet Festival of Havana. Both celebrated in December, but the most named multicultural event that takes place in the streets is its Havana carnival. To the rhythm of comparsas, floats and congas they cross the boardwalk and other centric streets of the historical helmet.
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