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  • Museo de la Revolucion in HavanaHavana travel tips
    To learn more of a country's history it is best to visit it's museums, because this way you can get more in touch with the facts, objects and people of a certain country. In the Museo de la Revolucion we had this experience. It is well [...]
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  • Los Nardos Restaurant in HavanaHavana travel tips
    We had the most big and tasty meal of all our stay in the Los Nardos restaurant, situated opposite the Capitolio in Havana. The place is quite hidden (look for a neon sign and a doorman) but they serve the most delicious Spanish paella, [...]
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  • Hotel Ambos Mundos in HavanaHavana travel tips
    The hotel Ambos Mundos, its name meaning Both Worlds, is famous for its association with Ernest Hemingway, who stayed in one of its rooms and wrote there one of the chapters of his novel “For Whom the Bell Tolls”. It was one of the [...]
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  • La Guarida Restaurant in HavanaHavana travel tips
    We saw the La Guarida restaurant featuring in the Oscar nominated movie “Strawberry and Chocolate” and when we visited Havana, we had to go there and see it for ourselves. The restaurant is located on the third of a building which [...]
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  • Plaza de la Revolucion in HavanaHavana travel tips
    One of the world's largest squares, the Plaza de la Revolucion is not so grand at first sight, being an enormous concrete place with no shade at all. On second glance we notice the notable buildings surrounding the square, such as the Jose [...]
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  • The Lenin Park in HavanaHavana travel tips
    Though not a typical tourist attraction, visiting Lenin Park can really give you something plus in your trip to the city. It is quite a large park, with shops and bars, an amusement park, bicycle rides and a swimming pool. You can also ride [...]
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  • El Capitolio in HavanaHavana travel tips
    One of the grandest buildings in Havana, the Capitolio looks like a twin-building of the Capitol in Washington, DC, though it is a bit taller and longer than the latter. It's architecture is beautiful and stunning and being such a grand [...]
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  • The Old Havana (Habana Vieja)Havana travel tips
    As a legendary city, founded in 1519, the Old Havana is a glorious place to see if you travel to Cuba. The city's architecture is full of various styles of colonial, art-deco and eclectic and thus provides an amazing insight into it's [...]
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  • Ernest Hemingway Museum in HavanaHavana travel tips
    To see how one of America's greatest writer lived and worked, you should definitely visit his house which was turned into a museum. The Ernest Hemingway Museum looks pretty much the same as int the time Hemingway lived there. Full of [...]
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  • 4starsHolguin travel tips
    When going to this place make sure you stay at a 4star,you will enjoy your holiday better. [...]
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Havana History

Cuba, at the beginning, served as only a drop off or waiting area while the Spanish moved from one land to another trying to conquer it.  As it developed into a major trading post, it became frequently attacked by pirates.  Due to a pirate invasion, a fortress was built in order to protect Havana.  This was a great idea because it later served not only for protection but also for controlling the trade in and out of the island. The second idea, which actually boosted Cuba’s importance, was when the Spanish Crown decided to protect its goods by having a fleet of ships travel together across the ocean to Spain.  Therefore, all ships with [...]
 
 
 

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