Hemingway’s footprints

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Follow the footsteps of the Nobel prize award winner Ernest Hemingway and visit the places he used to love while he lived in Havana.

A tour of five hours will take you first to finca Vigia, a farm the writer bought to live in Cuba.

It keeps his most complete book collection, among many other things like hunting prizes, his boat and even an original Picasso which are just objects behind the amazing stories of Ernest Hemingway in Cuba.

On our way back to old Havana we pass by the fisherman town of Cojimar, Hemingway’s favorite stage for fishing, today a very different place from the one the American writer described.

Back in the old city we visit the Ambos Mundos hotel, home for the American writer from 1930 to 1940, his room still intact keeps some of his personal belongings back from the war.

We leave behind Ambos Mundos Hotel and go up through Obispo street to visit the cradle of Daiquiri, EL Floridita, the bar where Hemingway used to spend most of his afternoon breaks.


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