Havana may seem like a complicated puzzle to a debutant guest. But an experienced guide will help you put together the pieces of this puzzle and get an unforgettable picture.
During a highlight tour many tourists unexpectedly find out that this is a city of great artistic culture. Paintings of the local painter Escalera, which are collected in the National Museum of Fine Arts, are especially impressive. Outrageous graffiti on the walls of houses and works of young artists in the Fábrica de Arte Cubano Gallery will be retained in your memory.
Cuban business is also experiencing a creative Renaissance. The private guide will show you its numerous manifestations:
An English-language tour of the historic centre will allow you to feel the presence of the past in today's Cuban capital. It reminds of itself in many details:
Plaza de la Catedral is one of the most popular attractions. No tour is complete without it. A stunning 18th-century Cathedral, which Cervantes described as "music etched in stone", on this square.
Excurzilla advises you to end your acquaintance with Havana with a sunset party on the waterfront of El Malecon. Here, under the sound of waves, you can hold a great photo shoot.