Walking a wonder city

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If you wish to discover the secrets of a city almost five hundred years old, come with us in a walking tour that will leave you speechless. From the Spanish heritage, and starting in 1519, amazing stories of battles, slave trading and architecture will be on the way to meet the four oldest Plazas existing in the original “Villa” named “San Cristobal de la Habana”.

People say that the best way to know a city is to walk it, and Havana has plenty to say through his buildings, history and people.

Learn about the most prominent Spanish families that came to the new world and built an entire infrastructure that turned Cuba into a worldwide known country. From the castles that guard the bay to the legendary sugarcane trading. The Spanish empire took the city as center of operation moving gold, silver and many other valuable resources to these lands.

Of course the journey doesn’t end there. We move forward to the center of the city and as time machine years pass by and our culture and architecture as witness will talk about the Republic founded at the beginnings of the XX century.

Walk the Central Park and observe the magnificent Capitol, the “Gran Teatro de la Habana”, and Prado street, places of countless value for our country due to the stories of young revolutionary heroes, previous governments corruption and gangsters that surround them.

Finally, the Malecon stands as a treasure, a balcony to the sea. Place for lovers, fisherman, friends, etc. For many years it has been a symbol for the Cuban people and the street where every year we celebrate our “Parrandas”.


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