Best City Points in Cuba
Local Recommendations from our My Guide Cuba team
The Revolution Square is located in the municipality of Havana that bears the same name. In addition to being one of the largest public squares in the world, with 72,000 square meters, it is a place of great historical value, since it has been the scene of several of the main events and events of the Cuban Revolution. In it a million people (almost one tenth of the Cuban population) have congregated.
The Plaza de La Catedral is the most uniform of the four main colonial squares of Old Havana. This square is an authentic Cuban baroque museum, since all the buildings located in it, including the Cathedral, are from the 18th century. In this square the streets of Empedrado and San Ignacio converge.
The Bacardí Building is the first Art Deco building built in the city of Havana. Considered as an architectural jewel of the time and one of the best samples of decorative art, this building is located on Avenida de las Misiones, in Old Havana. Its construction was completed in 1930 and at that time it was the tallest building on the island. The building is said to contain marble and granite from almost every nation in Europe.
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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