In the previous article "One day in Havana" we have listed the main places to visit in the capital during your holiday in Cuba.
However, if you have more days, here is a short guide to what to see in Havana in 2 days.
Take a walk in the main area of the city, an elegant tree-lined pedestrian street where you can admire the Gran Teatro de La Habana, one of the largest opera houses in the world, the Hotel Inglaterra, a wonderful Moorish style structure and the Capitolio, the symbol of Havana.
From here you will arrive at the famous Malecón, the promenade of Havana where you can enjoy an unforgettable walk near the local population and where you can watch one of the best sunsets of your life!
You can visit Barrio Chino, the Chinese district originated from Asian immigration that began in the mid-1800s. Not far away is the Real Fábrica de Tabacos Partagás, the ideal place to discover all the secrets of the famous Cuban cigars’ production.
The last stop of the day is the beautiful Old Havana with its beautiful old town full of churches and declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. We recommend a stop at the famous Bodeguita del Medio and Floridita, the two most famous bars in Cuba frequented in the past by famous people.
You can spend the beginning of the second day in the district of Vedado, the most modern area of Havana. Here you will see the Hotel Habana Libre, symbol of the Cuban revolution where Fidel and Che established their headquarters.
Plaza de la Revolución overlooks numerous buildings with the famous murals of Che with the inscription symbol of Cuba and Havana "Hasta la Victoria Siempre".
Moreover, we recommend you to taste the local Cuban cuisine. If you don’t have much time, you can stop at one of the street food vans scattered around the city, while if you have time you can stop in one of the restaurants enjoying rice with chicken, one of the typical dishes of the island.
Now you have all the useful tips on what to see in Havana in two days. If you need more information, read all our useful news about Cuba!