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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Tour was good and interesting. Not the best car in the world, but adequate. Very good guide Camillo-friendly and informative.
Mr. Pierre-Alain B., Switzerland - 26 Jul 2019
This tour is excellent for anyone that wants to do something different and avoid the usual tourist traps. Its a Community Projects Tour where donations are welcome, however I never felt in any way pressured to do so (despite having a bag of art supplies good to go!) Our guide Yummet was lovely, very knowledgeable, funny and approachable; we had a blast walking around with her! The included lunch is delicious and worth doing the trip for alone! This is an amazing opportunity to see the great work locals are doing and it was a privilege to be included for a few hours and see them take well deserved pride in their fantastic work.
Ms. Niamh M., North Ireland - 22 Jul 2019
My guide was very professional, knowledgeable, and friendly. He is an exceptional guide!
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.
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.