Havana4Real Tour

The Havana4Real Tour, is about the full history of La Villa de San Cristobal de La Habana,a.k.a Havana, declared world heritage site by unesco in dec. 14th, 1982. It will begin at the Central Park, with a 360 degrees view with a detailed explanation of the main buildings and monuments like Hotel Inglaterra, the oldest on service in havana, The national Capitol, the Grand Theater of La Havana, the brand new super luxurious Hotel Manzana-Kempinski, the universal fine arts museum, the first sculpture dedicated to José Martí ( The cuban apostle ) and much more..Then, we'll stroll down Obispo's street, the most crowded and famous boulevard in Cuba, with thousands of souvenir spots, Information bureaus for tourism, restaurants, churros and coconut milk stands, selling of pets, boutiques, the full-restored first house of High Studios in the town, the ultra famous Hotel Ambos Mundos where Ernst Hemingway used to live in the 30's, street performances and local artists, up to the first square created in the city ''La Plaza de Armas''. You will also pass by all the other squares of the historical centre, full of history since 16th century most of them, the new bars, restaurants, galleries, barber shops, and all sorts of this new wave of private businesses. We will go to the hunt of what most non-cuban will never get to know..a cuban BODEGA!!! ( A governmental market used for the distribution of rationed low priced food products to the cuban people ) The most remarkable street-arts and graffittis, we'll lookout too for the greatest views of old havana and iconic places like ''El floridita'', ''La bodeguita del medio'' and ''La Catedral''.

We can also do the panoramic tour on an american classic car through the metropolitan and modern part of havana, or return for the route of the Revolution Museum, Granma Yacht's Memorial and ''El Paseo del Prado'' or ''El Malecón'', thousand options, it's all up to you.

Meeting point
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How to find me: At the main entrance!!!
Tour Languages and Schedule:
  • Gb English | Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday | 09:00, 12:00
  • Es Spanish | Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday | 09:00, 12:00