Best Cigar Factories in Cuba
Local Recommendations from our My Guide Cuba team
The Royal Tobacco Factory Partagas, located in Centro Habana, north of the Parque de la Fraternidad, is one of the oldest and most popular tobacco factories in Havana. It was founded in 1845 by the Spaniard Jaime Partagás. This is the most visited factory in the country in terms of circuits.
Cohiba's story begins when one day in 1963, Commander Fidel Castro was traveling in his car and felt the deep scent of thin, long lancers his driver smoked. He immediately wanted to know what he was about, and his assistant told him that he was armed by a friend of his.
The Trinity are special cigars in many ways. Its history as a brand of cigars began in 1969, and its name is a tribute to the population of Santa Trinidad, located on the southern coast of Cuba since the 16th century, and which UNESCO named a World Heritage Site.
Explore Seville at your own pace with a 24-hour ticket for the hop-on hop-off sightseeing bus. Marvel at the mix of Christian and Islamic monuments, such as the Torre del Oro, enjoy 2 free walking tours, and access to some of the city’s attractions.
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