Posts Tagged ‘havana tourism’

The Hemingway Trail

Hemingway loved his booze and as such he made La Bodeguita del Medio on Calle Empedrado #207, entre San Ignacio y Cuba, and El Floridita on Calle Obispo #557, esquina Bélgica Monserrate now infamous venues which are flocked to by visiting tourists. Due to the prices these are particularly under-patronized by local Cubans, and have […]


Havana Music & Salsa

Get some Authentic Cuban rumba in your veins! This raw music format in song and dance, driven by pulsating African rhythms, mixed with Hispanic influences. Rumba is sometimes an impromptu occurrence. Nevertheless, as a tourist, your best bet is to find the popular rumba spots around town, where the event is more formal but does […]


Havana Art Muesums

The Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes opened in its current location in 1954. The Museum of Fine Arts was reopened in 2001 to undisputed praise, following a five-year closure. The art collection with nearly 50,000 works is divided into two separate buildings: the Cuban art collection, and the international collection, this latter collection is broad […]