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Cruise Havana in a classic car

Classic American cars from the 1940s and 50s roll up and down the streets of Havana. An undisputable testament to the ingenuity of the Cubans, these lovingly maintained vintage vehicles have been running for more than half a century. For a memorable experience, take a ride along the famous Malecón, Havana’s oceanfront promenade that bustles with couples and fishermen.

Relax on the beach

Cuba’s long white swathes of sand offer excellent opportunities to relax. The northern coast is dotted with numerous small islands and cays, some connected to the mainland by long causeways. All first-class hotels operate on an all-inclusive basis and Varadero, easily accessed by road from Havana, is the principle Caribbean resort. However, we recommend the exclusive adults-only Melia Buenavista on Cayo Santa Maria, set on a peninsula away from the rest of the hotels and surrounded by coves. The small mangrove-covered cays of Las Brujas and Levisa offer simple but non-inclusive options.

Visit the Che Guevara memorial

Pay a visit to Santa Clara, a large historic city in the centre of Cuba. This was where the last battle of the Cuba Revolution was fought in 1958, which spelled the end of the regime led by Batista. It’s also home to the Che Guevara monument and mausoleum, where he was buried along with 29 comrades. Visit the museum onsite to learn more about his life.

Encounter music and cigars

A dizzying array of infectious Cuban music and iconic cigars are the country’s most celebrated exports. Admire the expert skills of a cigar roller at a tobacco factory in Havana or catch a performance of the extravagant Cabaret Parisien, the Buena Vista Social Club or the Legendarios del Guajirito. Local bars in the Vedado or Miramar districts play traditional live son or trova music.

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