From grand baroque churches, revolutionary monuments and murals, candlelit jazz bars, and pastel-hued neoclassical facades, Cuba’s bustling capital is a vibrant and intoxicating blend of history, culture, and romance!
Synonymous with the city, the ubiquitous, classic cars which were imported prior to the revolution in 1959, have become a hugely popular (and photographed) attraction, and there is no better way to explore the Cuban capital than in one of these iconic, vintage vehicles!
Discover the essence of this enigmatic island on this great value 9-day tour: Explore the intoxicating sights and sounds of Havana on foot and by vintage car, the tobacco plantations and picture-perfect countryside of Viñales, the beautiful and historically rich city of Trinidad - renowned for the immaculately preserved and brightly hued, colonial architecture of its UNESCO world-heritage accredited old town - and much more!
The dry season between November and April is the best time to visit, as the weather is clear and sunny, with temperatures ranging between 25 and 30°C.
If you’re traveling from the UK, Virgin Atlantic operates year-round direct flights from London Gatwick to Havana, whilst several other airlines including KLM and Air France offer regular 1-stop flights.
UK citizens must obtain a tourist card from the Cuban Embassy prior to travel.
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