With an old-timey feel, Havana’s atmospheric colonial streets have definitely seen better days, although this only adds to the charm. The brightly colored buildings of Cuba’s capital could all do with a lick of paint, but that would probably only detract from the ambiance which Havana has in bucket loads.
Visitors will revel in the wealth of historic buildings on show. Its scenic plazas are a delightful place to while away the day, watching Cadillac’s trundle by and listening to the salsa that hypnotically plays over the airwaves.
Once a revolutionary hotbed, Havana now attracts more than its fair share of tourists, and visitors invariably come away impressed at the city’s amazing art and architecture.
With sun, rum, and salsa, Havana’s scenic streets are intoxicating. Here are some of the not to be missed things to do when you’re hanging in Havana.