Private jet charter and flights to Havana
Step back in time to soak up the Spanish Colonial charm and heady salsa beats of Cuba’s capital, a UNESCO World Heritage City where crumbling colonial facades give way to exciting cuisine, boutique cocktail bars and a burgeoning art scene. Experience it all: request a private jet charter quote from Air Charter Service.
Explore Old Havana’s famous plazas, admiring the UNESCO World Heritage City’s beautiful old churches and Spanish-style mansions. The historic Plaza de la Revolución is a must-visit, thanks to its iconic Jose Marti monument and the huge mural of Che Guevara’s face which is displayed on the Ministry of the Interior’s wall. Uncover more Cuban history at the Museum of the Revolution, before heading outside to book a ride in one of the 1950s classic cars that scatter the city.
Baseball is Cuba’s national sport and you can soak up the infectious match-day atmosphere at a national league game in the Havana Industriales stadium. Next, delve into Havana’s creative scene, touring some of the city’s art and photography studios and artisanal boutiques. After sunset, head to a live-music venue to learn some infectious salsa moves – the Vedado neighbourhood is a buzzing nightlife hotspot where you can dance the night away.
Browse stalls selling second-hand and antiquarian books at Plaza de Armas or shop for souvenirs at Havana’s largest craft market, Almacenes San José, where you’ll find a range of clothes, art, ceramics and handicrafts. Cuba’s two most famous exports are cigars and rum, both of which are widely available to buy across the city.
Havana’s vibrant culinary scene is thriving. Unofficial restaurants in private homes, known as paladors, offer some of the city’s tastiest food – try the homely Doña Eutemia for an authentic taste of old Creole cooking. For a trendier venue, head to stylish El Cocinero’s rooftop terrace for sophisticated cuisine and excellent cocktails, or dine on contemporary Cuban dishes at upmarket BellaHabana.
Accommodation in Havana is a brilliant mix of prestigious grande dames, hip new hotels and quirky little guesthouses. The iconic Hotel Saratoga oozes old-world charm in a magnificent neo-classical building, while the illustrious Hotel Nacional de Cuba counts Frank Sinatra and Ernest Hemingway as former guests. For modern luxury, the five-star Iberostar Parque Central boasts a luxurious rooftop pool offering 360-degree views over the city. Those seeking more of a home-from-home should book into one of just three rooms at Casa Densil, a tiny colonial-style bed-and-breakfast with wooden beams and patterned floor tiles.
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