Havana’s Malecon runs some 8 kilometres from Old Havana right down to Verdado. This waterfront esplanade and roadway is a magnet for locals looking to hang out and relax in the evenings. During the day it’s more popular with fishermen and those looking to cool off in the deep blue waters of the Florida Straits….
Cienfuegos on Cuba’s southern coast is a UNESCO World Heritage site just brimming with fabulous sights and architecture.
As you can probably tell by now I just loved Havana!
One of the must do activities in Havana is to take a ride in one of the gorgeous old classic convertibles through this fascinating city.
I took so many photos of in Havana! This is part 3 of my on the streets of Havana set – some of the results of days just wandering through this fascinating and beautiful city.
Santa Clara is well known in Cuba as the place where the revered Che Guevara’s victorious battle led to the downfall of the oppressive Batista regime, it is also the revolutionary hero’s final resting place. I loved Santa Clara for its non-touristy streets and gorgeous mixture of grand architecture but this was a place where,…
On my first afternoon in Old Havana I was totally blown away – believe me when I say, that doesn’t happen all that often. Sure the architecture is just amazing, the classic cars cruising the streets and abundance of music being played add loads of atmosphere but there is something else. It is almost…
How amazing is Havana! The streets of this enigmatic city are filled with life, magnificent architecture and classic old cars. This gallery is a brief glimpse into this truly fascinating city.