Finca Vigía

Finca Vigía

Once the Cuban home of Ernest Hemingway in Havana, Finca Vigía is now a museum dedicated to the author of For Whom the Bells Toll. The property is preserved pretty much like Hemingway left it, and it displays a huge collection of the writer’s paperwork, his personal library, photographs, and many of his hunt trophies. A replica of his yacht El Pilar stands by the pool where Ava Gardner once swam all naked.

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Museo de la Ciudad

Museo de la Ciudad

The Museo de la Ciudad, also known as Palacio de los Capitanes Generales, is the former residence of the governors of Havana. Located on the Plaza de Armas, the museum displays historical artifacts in an environment with hints of the Colonial era.

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International Book Fair

International Book Fair

The International Book Fair is a feast for writers, publishers, and literature lovers celebrated annually between February and March. It begins in Havana and later expands to the other provinces. Each fair is dedicated to an author and a country or culture.

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Havana Film Festival

Havana Film Festival

The Havana Film Festival promotes Latin-American filmmakers, films, and industries. Starting in 1979, for two weeks the movie theaters in Havana–and some other towns–show the latest of Latin-American productions, plus some film shows from the rest of the world, including retrospectives of notorious filmmakers and cinematography.

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Havana Biennial Art Exhibition

Havana Biennial Art Exhibition

The Havana Biennial is an art exhibition that takes place in Havana every two years, aimed at promoting contemporary Latin American and Caribbean art circles and artists. Started in 1984, the Biennial has become a festival of arts, where challenging reflections and speeches about contemporary and local societies and philosophies have the center of attention.

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Hotel Nacional de Cuba

Hotel Nacional de Cuba

Opened in 1930, this historic hotel has seen many notorious guests check in and out. Its impressive structure and design, beside the views of the city and the sea it offers, make it one of Cuba’s most desirable luxury hotels. Located in Vedado, close to the seawall, it also hosts a museum of memorabilia of every important guest it has had, as well as a small museum dedicated to the 1961 Missile Crisis.

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Hotel Habana Libre

Hotel Habana Libre

Built as the Habana Hilton in the 1950s, the Habana Libre Tryp is one of the larger hotels in Cuba. Standing on a hill in Vedado, it was designed by the renowned architect Welton Becket in collaboration with Cuban architects Lin Arroyo and Gabriela Menéndez. The hotel opened on March 22, 1958, and it was Latin America’s tallest and largest hotel.

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Tourism Office Of Cuba in Madrid

Tourism Office Of Cuba in Madrid

This office is available to help organize and plan travel to Cuba.

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Cuban Consulate & Embassy

Cuban Consulate & Embassy

The embassy attends to passports, visas, birth registries and other situations involving paperwork, documents and emergencies for Cuban citizens and those traveling to Cuba who may need a visa.

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SalsaTe Madrid

SalsaTe Madrid

This dance school offers bachata as well as both Cuban salsa and salsa en línea classes in the evenings. The school also offers private classes and classes geared towards couples looking to learn a dance specifically for their wedding. Several well-known instructors form part of the SalseTe teaching team too, such as Adriana Cid and Heydrich Manchado. Classes cost 10 euros or 35 euros for one class a week per month. Other class packs and pricing options are available.

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