Many are the things to do and the places where to go to at night: discos, nightclubs, cinemas, theatres museums!
Among the theatres is the Gran Teatro true witness of its glorious past, is where ballets, operas and other forms of entertainment are still performed!
Museums are also important and interesting for a visit! The Museo de la Revoluciòn, once the Presidential Palace, the most important museum in all Havana, ... More perfectly matches french, german and spanish architectures and still witnesses the country’s political contraddictions along the time!
As the leading commercial city, port and capital city of the island of Cuba in the Caribbean, Havana has moved forward a long way during its exciting city history, from pirates, slaves, sugar, Spanish and British occupation to Castro and the missile crisis. Built ... More around a bay, the three ports of Marimelena, Guanabacoa, and Atarés act as the main arteries into the city and also Cuba in general.
Tourists in Havana enjoy the lively nightlife and latin beats of the famous habanera and salsa bars, the glorious and grand, well preserved colonial structures and the consistant tropical climate that keep the city and the island well above 21°C/70°F all year round.
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