Havana (Cuba) Travel Guide

Havana Information

Havana(Cuba), one of the most important regions of Cuba and the Socialist revolution, is an extremely cute and impressive city. People living in this city are made up of a community that loves dancing and prefers to have fun. They love to have fun so much that no economic problem really spoils their psychology. Music, dance, football and entertainment. That’s what Havana means. In this city, which is the largest city in the Caribbean, the population is 2.2 million. In Cuba, which is a long thin country, a scattered lifestyle was adopted here as well. Cuba has managed to become a much more impressive place in the past few months, although it has been experiencing some problems lately with other Latin countries, and owes it to Havana’s entertainment industry.

Havana History

This region, discovered by Diego Velázquez de Cuéllar in 1515, has been exempt from tax and tax for many years as a Spanish colony. Since the population is low, the Spanish were brought to this region in order to contribute more to the settled life. It should be noted that, although the locals make up more than half, the Spanish have more say in all other official seats. Of course, although they had more freedom after the Fascist revolution, the Spanish influence still persists. However, after the British entered this region in 1762, the impact of British imperialism was also very high.

Places to Visit in Havana

Havana is a complete entertainment and open air museum. Of course, these are not the only activities to be done in this city known for its dances and entertainment centers.

Santa Maria Beach is of great importance for Havana. With its wonderful beach and sun, Santa Maria Beach will be waiting for you.

La Habana Vieja is an area of ​​Havana’s narrow and aesthetic streets and houses. Every year, millions of local and foreign tourists flock to this area, which is a UNESCO heritage site.

La Cabaña fortress is a fascinating area that we can definitely recommend to visit. This area was made as an important figure from the Spanish and British to protect the city.

You can see many options in this city in terms of dozens of museums, Spanish and British colonial architecture and gastronomic diversity.

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