Havana’s often described as being trapped in a time warp, thanks to the cool retro cars prowling the streets and the crumbling mix of colonial and art deco design. But while we love the vintage vibe of Havana, the city also has so much more to explore in the here and now. Take a Havana city tour that will expose you to Afro-Cuban religion, show you the broken beauty that defines the city’s spectacular, UNESCO-designated architecture, and teach you about what remains today of la Revolución. Then finish it all off, of course, with a mojito in la Habana Vieja.
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The overall experience was wonderful. My only suggestion is that the tour end where it started from. That would be most helpful.
Mrs. Ana S., USA - 28 Oct 2018
When I called that we were going to be late because we could not get off our cruise ship on time due to a big slow down in customs, you arranged a guide to meet us near the exit to customs as soon as we got off. I greatly appreciate this! Also, Rolando, who did the tour of Havana for us was great! You all went above and beyond!
Mr. Clarence K., USA - 30 Sep 2018
Yummet is very knowledgeable about the sites on the car tour and was flexible even in the rain and by the fact that she had three different cars didn't make her miss a beat.
Mr. Angela H., USA - 05 Sep 2018
We had Jorge as our tour guide. We really enjoyed the tour, and would recommend it to anyone going to Havana.
Ms. Natalie N., Australia - 18 Aug 2018
The only issue was the meeting location. It was a distance from port and we were late and transportation over charged us.
On my first day in Havana, I’d strolled the streets of Old Town, listened to live music at Hemingway’s favourite spot for daiquiris, El Floridita, and watched the sun dip behind the city’s crumbling buildings from the Malecón.
One of Cuba's sub-cultures tourists may not know about, Afro-Cuban religion is a colourful mix of local customs, folklore and beliefs. Afro-Cuban religion practices and celebrations have their roots in African-derived religious practices.