Your long-awaited trip to Cuba is coming, but if you've decided to read this article, you're probably wondering where to stay in Havana: don't worry! We've decided to give you all the advice you need to choose the best place in Cuba.
Choosing the right area to visit Havana is important, but it's not easy without having been there before.
Havana, like all cities, offers better areas than others from an economical and practical point of view. So we have created a tour of the neighborhoods of Havana in order to help you to choose the best area of the capital of Cuba.
Old Havana is the most central and historical part of the city. When you think of Havana this is the first place that comes to your mind, being the most characteristic and ancient part, declared a World Heritage Site in 1982. Here you will admire picturesque colonial-style streets and squares and you have the opportunity to get to know Cuban culture and tradition in depth.
This area includes the old part of the city, where the offer of hostels, hotels and typical private houses is very wide. It is one of the most comfortable areas because of its proximity to the main points of interest and where, if you like nightlife, you can have fun in the famous bars of La Bodeguita del Medio and El Floridita.
Habana Central is located between the districts of Old Havana and Vedado and is the most populated area of the city. This place is characterized by its busy streets and buildings of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries that will give you the opportunity to experience the essence and purity of the city. This area is recommended for those who do not want to spend too much money on taxis and prefer to live in the most popular areas of the city.
The residential neighborhood of Vedado in Havana is very large and is the most modern area of the city. A place with museums, theaters and discos where nightlife is very active. The central part is characterized by the "Rampa", the long road that leads to the famous Malecón that reaches the sea.
This is the ideal place for those who want to feel closer to modernity and tradition at the same time.
The Miramar neighborhood in Cuba is located to the west of the city and is one of the most eclectic places in the city with its buildings of different styles. Here you can admire houses in art nouveau, from colonial style to luxurious modern villas. Here you will have the opportunity to stay in one of the many hotels and apartments offered in the area.
After this tour of the city's neighborhoods, we hope to have been able to help you decide where to stay in Havana.
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