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Experience the best of Havana with its glorious architecture, fascinating community projects and welcoming people. From the remarkable and historic squares of the city center to the artistically-unique mosaic community project that is Fusterlandia, this people-to-people program will allow you to capture the essence of this island’s nation. On this trip you’ll get a taste of Cuba that will make you realize what makes the city of Havana so Iconic.

Tour Highlights
• Panoramic Tour of Havana
• Antique American cars ride
• Walking tour of Old Havana
• Salsa lesson
• Cuban cocktail demonstration
• Museum of the Revolution
• Hemingway house: Finca Vigia
• Village of Cojimar
• San Jose Craft Market
• El Malecon
• Fusterlandia community project


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INCLUDED in your program:

• Accommodation: 3 nights Havana Hotel as indicated
• Round trip air from Miami to Cuba
• Visa
• Local guide and driver for duration of 3 nights Havana itinerary
• Local guide and driver gratuities
• Tour Director services
• Gratuities and donations
• 1 group transfer upon arrival to Havana
• 1 group transfer for departure out of Havana
• Meals: Daily breakfast, 2 lunches and 1 dinner

NOT INCLUDED in your program:

• Home to Miami Roundtrip Flight*
• Additional arrival and departure transfers for non-group flight arrivals and departures
• Any luggage fees
• Tips for housekeeping staff
• Tips for Tour Director
• Travel Insurance and Trip Cancellation Waiver (available at an extra charge)
• Some meals not included as specified in the itinerary

Day 1: Arrive in Havana – Overview of the City
Welcome to the Iconic Havana! Your first day in Havana starts
 with a panoramic overview of the city. View the remarkable Plaza 
de la Revolucion where you will
 see the statue of Cuba’s national hero, Jose Marti, and famous depiction of revolutionary hero, Che Guevara. View and learn about the vibrant Vedado district, the iconic Capitol area and drive through the eminent Malecon pathway lining the Caribbean Sea. Along the way, you will see a wide mixture of architectural styles and testimony of Cuba’s different influences: Spanish, British and American.

On the way to your hotel (and time permitting), visit the Morro Castle to enjoy the unparalleled panoramic views of Old Havana and Havana Harbor.

In the evening, be whisked away
by a vintage American car! Enjoy the ocean breeze and marvel at the sunset as you drive along
 the Malecon. Arrive at a typical “paladar,” or privately-owned restaurant, for a fusion-style meal well created to inaugurate your first night in the iconic Havana.

Day 2: Havana – The Old City
Walk through Old Havana to learn about the historical importance of many of its glorious building, many dating to Colonial times; be introduced to the restoration and preservation process of its most elaborate buildings. Discover the history of Havana on foot through four of its main squares: Plaza Vieja, Plaza de Armas, Plaza de San Francisco and Plaza de la Catedral. As the heat rises, refresh with a cocktail demonstration where you will discover the secret of how to make the perfect mojito. Then, get your dancing shoes on for a salsa lesson with a set of local pros.

Have lunch at a local paladar, and then visit the Museum of the Revolucion. This highlight is housed in what was the Presidential Palace of all Cuban presidents before the triumph of the Cuban Revolution.

Drive back to the Old Town and visit the San Jose Craft Market located along the seaside of Old Havana. Step outside 
to take in the wide views of Havana Port and the Regla district skyline seen beyond the waves.

Have some time to explore Old Havana and then return back to the hotel. Dinner will be on your own tonight, but your guide will be happy to provide some suggestions to enjoy the Havana nightlife such as a Buena Vista Social Club concert or Tropicana show!

Day 3: Havana – Hemingway & The Arts
Depart to Hemingway’s home, Finca Vigia (“the lookout farm”) located in the town of San Francisco de Paula, where you will see where he wrote two of his most celebrated novels. Peer into the windows and see items just as Hemingway left them, including more than 8,000 books, personal relics and collections. Additionally, come across his precious boat Pilar and the legendary swimming pool where he hosted some of the biggest cultural icons of the times.

Complete tracing Hemingway’s footsteps by visiting the fisherman’s village of Cojimar where he docked his beloved “Pilar” and where he was inspired to write “The Old Man and the Sea.”

Go for lunch at a nearby paladar, 
then it’s off to visit “Fusterlandia,” a community project started by renowned Cuban artist Jose Fuster, “the Picasso of the Caribbean,” who transformed
 his entire neighborhood into a colorful mosaic and artistic mecca.

After a full day of activities, your last night in Havana ends with a farewell dinner at a local paladar.

Day 4: Departure Day
Enjoy your last Havana breakfast before you are taken to the Havana airport. We hope you take away from this Iconic Havana Getaway, the best memories. Adios and safe travels!

Want to explore more of Cuba? Extend your Cuba experience and book this trip back-to-back with “Coast and Countryside”.

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Want to explore more of Cuba? Extend your Cuba experience and book this trip back-to-back with “Coast and Countryside”.