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Departure Sun, 26 Nov Return Tue, 28 Nov
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FLL Fort Lauderdale, FL
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DCA Washington, D.C. (Arlington County), VA
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Havana Vacation

About Havana

Havana is the capital and biggest city of Cuba. It was founded by Spanish explorers in the 1500s and was a stopping point for treasure ships returning from the New World. Fast forward a few hundred years and Cuba became a Communist country, meaning it was closed to tourists for a long time. That changed in the 1990s when it was reopened to the outside world and has since become a thriving tourist destination. There is lots to see and enjoy in Havana and the city is a truly vibrant place, with a diverse and unique culture combined with a lively atmosphere waiting to be experienced.

Things to do and places to visit in Havana

After their flight to Havana lands, visitors should look out for classic cars and colorful architecture. Havana is a dream for photographers, amateur or otherwise. The city is a vivid, ramshackle city ripe for exploration and with lots to discover. Music, great food, history and much more await at the end of flights to Havana.

When visiting Havana, be sure to:

  • Wander through the Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • See the monuments to Jose Marti and Che Guevara in the Plaza de la Revolucion
  • Take a tour of a cigar factory
  • Go on a tour of the Havana Club rum distillery
  • Drive around the city in a classic car
  • See where Hemingway lived in Havana, untouched since his departure
  • Visit the maritime museum at Castillo de la Real Fuerza
  • Visit El Barrio Chino, probably the world's only Chinatown with hardly any Chinese people
  • Walk along the Malecon and enjoy views of the Caribbean and the city's skyline
  • Watch the Havana Industriales playing baseball
  • Visit the Museo de la Revolucion which is dedicated to Cuba's history
  • See the impressive graves at the Necropolis Cristobal Colon
  • See the quirky art at Taller-Estudio Jose Fuster
  • Visit the Museo Napoleonico which contains thousands of items connected to the French leader
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Airports in Havana

As Cuba is an island, visitors tend to arrive by air. Havana is served by Jose Marti International Airport, which is named after a Cuban poet and located a short distance outside of the city. The airport was originally known as Rancho Boyeros Airport. It has four passenger terminals.

  • Jose Marti International Airport

    Top Carriers

    Jose Marti International Airport is served by a number of famous carriers including: Air France, KLM and Iberia.

    Location

    Jose Marti International Airport is situated around 15km southwest of the city.

    Transportation

    There are no public transportation options at the airport's international terminal. However, passengers can take a taxi to a nearby bus station. Alternatively, arrivals may choose to take a taxi directly to the city.

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