Destination: Havana Language: English Departures: Havana/Miami Airport Duration: 4 Days 3 Nights
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Havana was founded in 1519 (third location, officially established by nowadays Havana Bay) by spanish Conquistador Diego Velazquez de Cuellar and soon became the capital city of Cuba after turning into the main business operation hub of the island due to its geographical location. Havana has the most complete architectural compound in Latin America (out of all former Spanish colonial colonies) and is a melting pot of Spanish, Cuban, African and Chinese heritage.

*Prices are per person, based on single, double and triple occupancy valid on date specified. Full payment is due when you book your tour. All rates, availability and tours are subject to change without notice. Certain restrictions apply.

* The initial deposit is $500 dollars and is non-refundable and non-transferable.


Day 1

Arrival in Havana

Arrive at Airport for check-in Depart Miami International Airport
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Arrive to José Martí International Airport

Upon arrival at the José Martí International Airport, personal attendants will provide arriving passengers with

VIP meet and greet service.

Check in at the Hotel/Rental-House
Meeting or orientation with guides and leaders.
Panoramic journey around the city of Havana
Panoramic journey toward the Castle of the Three Kings of the Muzzle, (Tres Reyes del Morro) Travelthrough the tunnel under the Bay of Havana. Stop in Mirador at the HistoricalPark Military Muzzle Cabin. Travel on foot to the Historical Center of Old Havana, Square of Weapons, Obispo Hotel “Ambos Mundos” Both Worlds, University San Jerónimo of Havana, Cathedral Square, Cathedral and Cellar of the Means all of which have been designated by Unesco World Heritage Sites to visit. Continue the itinerary toward the Capitol, the Museum of the Revolution, the National Museum of fine arts, Central Park and the Gran Theater of Havana. Stop to shoot photos of the exterior of the Capitol patterned after the USA Capitol. Visit the Havana rum factory Hogshead, view urban life, cars, housing and trade.
Dinner at “El Fígaro”
Cuba, is not only a racial mixture but this mixture is also appreciated for its cuisine, with influences of Chinese, Arabic, Spanish and of course African tradition. In a cozy atmosphere, a peculiar cuisine pays tribute to lauded Cuban chef Gilberto Smith.His grandson Gilberto Smith tagged along with his grandfather as a young apprentice to events that celebrated his Grandfather’s culinary achievements.Today, the fire of his legacy keeps burning at“El Fígaro Restaurant”Located in AguiarStreetno. 18 and Avenue de las Misiones, Callejón de los Peluqueros in Old Havana.

Day 2

Old Havana Tour

Breakfast at your Hotel/Rental House
Walking tour of Old Havana
Guided tour of Old Havana main squares and neighborhood. Obispo Street, Plaza Vieja, Plaza Catedral, Plaza de Armas.
Lunch at “La Bodeguita del Medio”
This restaurant has traditional culinary plates. The history of the restaurant is displayed on its walls. It is located onEmpedradoStreet No. 207 e/ Cuba and San Ignacio
Tour the best places
Visit the scale model of the Historical Center (Centro Histórico de La Habana). Traveled on foot to the main historical streets and squares: Weapons Square, San FranciscoSquare de Asís, Old Square and Square of the Cathedral. Visits to the Princess’s garden Diana of Wales. Traveled by foot down Merchants street of the (Mercaderes) and visit the old armory (Armería).
Lunch at “El Floridita Restaurant”
Restaurant The Florida is known to be the cradle originof the Daiquirí. This location was,space visitedvery visitedfrequently by the famous American writer, Ernest Hemingway. It is a wonderful stayand historic site, full of history, traditions, color and Cuban flavor. Located in Obispo no. 557 corner Monserrate.
Museo del Automóvil
“Museo del Automóvil” “Automobile Museum” Youwill appreciate the vintage vehicles on the islandin the museum, some dating in back tothe 1920’s.Renowned North American cars considered absolute jewels on wheels. Located: Calle Empedrado Street No. 207 e/ Cuba y San Ignacio.
“Museo del Ron”
Rum Museum
You will experience the famousRum Havana ClubRum. In the museum,you will be able to enjoy a tour guidedguided tourby to see how sugar cane is processed.Also the cellars and barrels where the valuable liquid is stored. You will also have the opportunity to sample the delicious rum liquor inside the cellar takendirectly out of the barrels.
Dinner at “El Aljibe”
Located on 7ma Avenue e/ 24 and 26, Miramar.Located in the beautiful and residential neighborhood of Miramar. The Reservoir is a perfect setting for the lovers of the Cuban cuisine, and its traditional dishess. It isunthinkable to arrive in Cuba and not to follow step to bystep ritual evolvementof Cuban food,Eenjoy an excellent dinner with sleeping jumpingbeans or Moorish rice, accompanied by pork or chicken, and then savor a good Cuban coffee, followed by a Cuban cigar.

Day 3

Colonial journey of Museums

Breakfast at your Hotel/Rental House
Special colonial journey by Horse Drawn Carriage
Discover Havana on the horse drawn carriage used in the 19th Century. Visit City Museum, formerly Palace of the General Captains. Traveled on foot through the main streets and squares, Square of Weapons, San Francisco Plaza and Old Square. Visit the Curtain of Valdés and the “Maestranza” of Artillery.
Colonial journey of Museums
Traveled by the Historical Center. Visit two important museums in the Historical Center of the Havana.Museum of the City, Museum of Colonial Art, Convent of San Francisco de Asís, Capitol, “El Templete”).
Depart for dinner
Exponent of the food coalition “BonAppetite” prepared by professional chefs. Awarded a star of success in Geneva in 2013 for its unique flavors. Located in Ave 11 no. 7210 e/ 72 and 74, Playa.

Day 4

Departured Day

Breakfast at your Hotel/Rental House
Check out the Hotel/Rental House
View handmade crafts from several Cuban tradesmen that reflect the deep roots of Cuban culture.Also visit store OMI OÑÍ, specializing inreligiousarticlesandsouvenirs.Manufacturedand soldby Yabo.
Lunch at “Café Cristal”
Totally new, located in the “Cotorro” neighborhood and on the way to the international airport José Martí. “Café Cristal” is an excellent place for lunch. This restaurant is visited by many Cuban singers and authors known for its wonderful food, presentation and its exceptional local drinks. Located in Carretera Central e/ 18 and 16, Cotorro. Transfer to José Martí International Airport
Return flight to Miami International Airport
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