Plaza Vieja, Havana
Step back in history with a tour of this iconic city, bringing travelers close to the people, culture, music, art, and architecture, including the Hemingway Trail.
Day 1 Arrive in Havana
Meet our representative at Havana International Airport and take a private guided transfer to the accommodation.
After check-in, travel with your guide around Modern Havana in an exclusive classic 50’s American car (the time of the tour will depend on your arrival time in Havana).
Dinner in La Divina Pastora restaurant, near the Morro Castle, with amazing views of the city.
Day 2 Explore Old Havana & Dance
Breakfast at accommodation. Morning walking tour of Old Havana. Highlights include visiting the romantic plazas and Spanish colonial architecture, including the experience of Cubans’ daily live.
Lunch included in La Moneda Cubana restaurant.
Afternoon salsa dancing lesson with professional teachers.
The “Buena Vista Social Club” show, at night, with its best traditional Cuban music, will be the ideal relaxing finale for such and active and interesting day. (performance and dinner included)
Day 3 Hemingway
Breakfast at hotel. Visit to former Hemmingway’s house, ‘Finca Vigia’, now a museum, and later to Cojimar, the fishermen’s village where Hemingway used to fish from on his boat “Pilar” and with boat Captain Gregorio Fuentes, who was a source of inspiration for one of the main characters of his novel ‘The Old Man and the Sea’. Lunch is included at the village restaurant. Back in Old Havana try Hemingway’s favorite cocktails in El Floridita and Bodeguita del Medio.
At night enjoy dinner at the iconic National Hotel and its famous & authentic show at Cabaret Parisien.
Day 4 Arts & Crafts
Breakfast at the hotel. This morning your guide will take you to Havana’s Arts and Crafts Market, where genuine local hand-made goods and paintings can be purchased. Artists or their representatives will supply the required official authorizations for export-controlled paintings.
Private transfer to Havana International Airport for your outbound flight.
Recently the Cuban State authorized the emerging private sector to rent rooms in their home, which represents the best opportunity for tourists to meet and stay with locals and learn about their lives.
That’s why privately owned rooms are our first proposition for this break in Havana, but we can also offer upgrade options at hotels.