Havana is Cuba’s most populous city and serves as its booming capital which mixes both old and new world elements to create a sprawling metropolis. Each of the districts throughout Havana paint a vivid picture of the deep and exciting history Cuba has experienced, with the colonial architecture of Old Havana stemming back to the 1500s while the newer parts of the city such as Vedado show the progress of time with its modern, luxurious structures dominating the streets.

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Located in a seafront location, the H10 Habana Panorama is a modern and stylish four star hotel famed for its impressive architecture and offering guests the opportunity to relax in a prime location in the Miramar area of the city. Alongside spacious accommodation, the hotel feature a selection of four hotels, two pools and provides guests with a free shuttle service straight to the heart of Old Havana.

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Located in the Miramar district, the Memories Miramar Havana is a stylish four star option for those who want to explore the delights of the Cuban capital. With a range of comfortable and spacious accommodation to cater for a wide range of guests, the hotel is suitable for couples and families alike and includes an impressive pool complex split across multiple levels, as well as two restaurants, a spa and gym, and facilities aimed squarely at ... Show More

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If you want five star luxury during a break in the Cuban capital Havana then there are few places that can match the Iberostar Parque Central. Located in the heart of the city near to the major tourist attractions, the hotel offers a range of stylish accommodation options set against stunning colonial architecture that gives a tast of the Havana of years gone by. No matter if you are seeking romance as a couple, or looking for a dream family h... Show More

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Enjoy a five star break that ticks all the boxes in the idyllic surroundings of the Melia Habana; a popular hotel located in a prime location in the Miramar district of the Cuban capital. Spacious and luxurious accommodation provides a welcome retreat from the hustle and bustle of city life, whilst the hotel also houses a number of impressive restaurants and a varied selection of facilities that will cater for the needs of all travellers.

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A mixture of old world charm and new world sheen, the city of Havana has no shortage of sights and sounds to discover between its winding streets and bustling districts.

Though it might most be recognised for its cigars, rum and revolts, one look at the fine details of the Plaza de la Catedral or a walk along the Malecón esplanade will enlighten you to the true beauty that can be found throughout the capital.

Whether you’re looking to get to know the intricacies of Cuba’s enriched history and culture throughout Old Havana or would rather ease back and relax in the comfortable confines of one of Vedado’s spectacular hotels, there is something for everyone to be found on this magnificent Caribbean island.

•Pay a visit to the Museum of the Revolution to witness elements of Castro’s regime change.

•Take a scenic walk along the Malecón esplanade during the day or in the evening.

•Gaze towards the looming Morro Castle, a fortress that stands guard over Havana Bay.

•Delve into the centre of Old Havana to discover the impressive Havana Cathedral.

•Spend some time getting to know the marine life of the Acuario Nacional de Cuba.

•Look inside El Capitolio to uncover the golden image of the Statue of the Republic.

If you would like to know more about Travelbag’s excellent tailor-made holidays to Havana, call us on and speak with one of our friendly and knowledgeable travel experts.

Whether you’re looking to relax or to explore, you will no doubt be basking beneath the golden Caribbean sun at some point, so when it comes to packing clothes, be sure to include light clothing such as shorts, t-shirt and sandals to help you cope with the hotter days, but as Cuba is susceptible to the occasional downpour no matter what time of year, be sure to pack a poncho just in case.

While Cuba is known for many things, it’s wealth of pharmacies is not one of them, so be sure to pack sunscreen for added protection, some mosquito repellent or salve to ward away those pesky insects and any other medicines you may require.

As with most vacations, be sure to pack a camera or a phone with a camera utility to immortalise those memories.

•Capital – Havana

•Currency – Cuban Peso

•Language – Spanish

•Time Zone – GMT -4 hours

Cuba is a tropical island nestled amongst the warm waters of the Caribbean Sea, it’s capital is therefore privy to a particularly hot climate that comes with the occasional high levels of humidity and bouts of rainfall.

The weather comes in two very distinct seasons in Havana; a wet season that runs from May to October and a dry season that begins in November and lasts until April.

When considering a trip to Havana, and Cuba in general, it is common practise to be sure to visit during the dry season window so as to avoid the stormy, monsoon like weather that is so common during the wet season.


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