El Litoral. As its name suggests, it is close to water. Havana´s youngest contender for top dining experience is across the street is Havana´s picturesque sea wall, the Malecón. Just beyond this iconic Cuban landmark are deep blue waters of the Straits of Florida...where your dinner was probably swimming earlier that morning.
Guides can also help you bypass high-traffic areas or activities.
Callejon de Hamel, Hamel, Havana
El Chanchullero before it gets too full to see the bar from the entrance.
Photo: El Morro taken by Robin Thom
Before you see this island nation, once off-limits to Americans, for yourself, you might find it useful to learn a bit about the history of its geography.
The 1600s and 1700s
Taxi ride along the Havana Malecon
There are so many reasons to discover Cuba. Here are 10:
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Running the Marabana Havana Marathon