Free Walking Tour - Havana Historical Center II

I am sure that every time you have seen pictures of Cuba, the National Capitol appears in some of them. It's very similar to the Washington DC Capitol and this is a remarkable symbol of the Havana city. Well, if you have thought of coming to our beautiful island and visiting the capital, this is your opportunity to get to know first-hand one of the largest and most famous buildings in Cuba.

This walk is a 1.5 hour walking tour that complements the Walking Tour of the 4 squares since this area of ​​Havana. Although it is less ancient, is also part of the patrimonial zone of the capital. I decided to do it separately from the tour of the Four Squares, since the trip would be very long if the two were made together. In addition, we have the possibility of not missing any details.

You will have the opportunity to visit places like the old Presidential Palace of Cuba, the Great Theater of Havana, the Central Park, the famous El Floridita bar and of course our majestic Capitol.

You will also have the privilege of seeing in detail the newly unveiled equestrian statue of José Martí, National Hero of Cuba.

Discover all the main attractions in this area of ​​Havana with an experienced local guide. Don't miss this part of our history. I assure you a very interesting and revealing experience.

The official schedules of the tours are at 10:00 am and 2:00 pm but if you want another schedule, please contact me and ask me for availability.

If you want to complement this tour and get to know the oldest part of the city, you can book here:

https://www.guruwalk.com/es/walks/4251-free-tour-por-el-centro-historico-de-la-habana-i

For my free tour in Modern Havana:

https://www.guruwalk.com/es/walks/5231-free-tour-habana-moderna

Meeting point
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How to find me: In front of the entrance of the Museum of the Revolution, next to the SAU-100 tank. I will wear an yellow t-shirt with the sign: FREE TOUR
Tour Languages and Schedule:
  • Gb English | Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday | 10:00, 14:00
  • Es Spanish | Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday | 10:00, 14:00