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I am a great lover of slow travel, of carrying as little organized as possible, and that we leave the tourist routes whenever we can to live unique experiences of each country we visit, but above all I would like to help you choose the best itinerary for You with the following list of things you should not miss in Cuba:
What to see in Cuba in 7 days
In any travel agency there are quite cheap tourist packages that combine Havana and Varadero at quite cheap prices, so if you have few days of vacation, this may be the best and most economical option to get to know a little of this beautiful island.
In my case, I took advantage of one of these packages that included flights from Madrid to Havana and 5 nights of accommodation in this incredible city, and I agreed to extend the return date with the agency, which did not put any problem on me.

Old Havana, Cuba
So there I was, in the largest city in Cuba founded in 1515, with the main port of the island. Yes, that city full of personality with a multitude of special corners and full of history, the Malecon, its Old Cathedral, the mojitos of the Bodeguita del Medio, the imposing Plaza de la Revolución, the Vedado neighborhood, the delicious ice creams of Coppelia, the park of the Cañón del Morro and much more. If you want to know more about what to see in Havana and all the essential places of the city, click here and discover one of the essentials of Cuba.

Coppelia Ice Cream

To see Havana well, you need at least 3 days, and if you have 4 days even better, I assure you that it is a city that seduces everyone who visits it and where you don't get bored for a minute.