"My Colonial Havana" City Tour (Shared)

Havana, Cuba

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Description

We will start the day with a tour of colonial Havana, declared World Cultural Heritage by UNESCO. In this tour through the cobbled streets of the historical case of the city, we will know its squares, forts and buildings, built by the Spaniards between the 16th and 19th centuries. We will have time to buy handicrafts and gifts.
 
We will continue the tour with a visit to the restaurant La Bodeguita del Medio and we will walk along the main streets and avenues of Old Havana. We will stop at the Capitol, a building that was built in 1929. Its architecture is inspired by the Pantheon of Paris, the Basilica of St. Peter in Rome and the American Capitol.
 
To finish the tour, we will enjoy a panoramic view of the University of Havana and we will make a final stop at the Revolution Square, one of the largest public squares in the world with historical and political value. It has been the scene of several of the main events of the Cuban Revolution.
 
Check out time: 9:00 AM 
Duration: 4 hours
Meeting point: Pick up from hotel