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Havana La Regla Ferry Trip, Cuba

 
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Jackie's pictureby Jackie Outdoors Activities travel tip
added on the 9th of September, 2010
We wanted to experience a quieter side of the hectic Havana city so we took a ferry to the La Regla district just across the bay. It was a good idea that we brought with ourselves some sandwiches and drinks because there aren't any shops or bars in that place. But that couldn't bother us since we stepped into a world of peace and quiet. It was just great.

Most of the people here were black, some of them shy and others quite friendly. We visited the Church with the Black Madonna, had a quiet picnic and than returned to our hotel. It was a worthwhile trip!

Address:
Regla, Havana, Cuba

Price:
No admission, a small fee for the ferry only.

Opening Hours:
No opening hours.

How to get there:
Ferry leaves from Port Avenue in Old Havana, or the 'Sierra Maestra' terminal near the Rum Museum.
No admission, a small fee for the ferry only.

 
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