Located between Old and modern Havana, Havana Center is the smallest of the territories of Havana and the most populated. It is a commercial place, linked in its origins to the extramural expansion and the perfume and tobacco industries. We invite you to discover its streets, with names and peculiar stories: Dragons, Reina, Prado, Belascoaín.
You will find in its way numerous buildings of historical and architectural value, museums, cultural and commercial centers, as well as printing presses of past centuries that still work. In Havana Center, there are some of the most emblematic buildings of the city: the National Capitol, the Paseo del Prado and the Malecón.
The Hispanic culture origin have their expression in diverse societies, natural and descendants keep that alive; similarly, the societies settled in Chinatown since the end of the 19th century have incorporated their customs into the Cuban Ajiaco. This tourist destination has traditionally been linked to the world of culture, home of the vernacular theater, home to many artists and intellectuals such as Alejo Carpentier, José Lezama Lima, Nicolás Guillén and Fernando Ortiz.
Fill yourself with the aroma of tobacco in Havana Center, admire its varied architecture (sometimes battered, but impressive), live the intense day and night activity and the friendly Cuban treatment of locals . Do not hesitate: staying in a private house for your holidays, you will have the advantage of knowing Cuba.
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