Casa La Mansion Havana | Homestay Guest House Miramar Havana Cuba Casa La Mansion is located in the Miramar district of Havana, considered by many as the ideal place to stay in Havana, with its up-market ambience, broad tree shaded 5th avenue, parks and beautiful villas and impressive mansions. Just a 15 minute drive into Vedado, Centro Habana and Old Havana; it's an exceptional location due to its tranquility and abundance of high class Casa Particulares and private Paladar Restaurants. Right from your base at Casa La Mansion you'll be able to first discover beautiful Miramar and then the rest of the city. Havana's Miramar district is also closer to the emblematic Tropicana Cabaret and the Jose Marti International airport, making it an ideal place to spend your last few nights in Havana Cuba if you're returning from an island tour. Casa La Mansion provides spacious rooms, all including; shower, refrigerator, TV, air-conditioning and an outside terrace to soak up the sun. Your Cuban hosts at Casa La Mansion are extremely knowledgeable about Havana, get advice on discovering the secrets of the city; consider them as your own private guides. You can choose to take breakfast and meals at Casa La Mansion or select from the hundreds of cafes and paladar [...]
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The Casa de la Musica (House of Music) in Santiago de Cuba is an absolute must visit place which will undoubtedly become the highlight of your visit to Cuba. Every night you can listen to the intoxicating rhythms of Cuban music while dancing the night away. You'll meet locals who encourage visitors to get up and dance, some of which are all too happy to lend a hand with your salsa technique. Drinks are reasonably priced for such a popular [...]
If there's any place in Cuba with significant importance in the country's recent history, it has to be the Moncada Barracks. The Moncada Barracks were an important military stronghold for the Batista government in Santiago de Cuba and, a†historic site†which marked the start of the Cuban revolution. On July 26, 1953, the Moncada Barracks became the site of the now infamous armed attack by a small group of revolutionaries led by Fidel Castro and his now president, brother, Raul Castro. [...]
Located in the property originally owned by the Diego Velazquez, Spanish conqueror and first ever Governor of Cuba. The house was built between 1516 and 1530 and has survived despite numerous fires, hurricanes and other natural disasters which have plagued Santiago de Cuba over the past 300 years. The house offers an architectural and ornamental look into design back in the 14th century, especially via its windows and numerous balconies, cedar roofs. The Diego Velazquez museum gives the visitor a [...]
To the west of the Santiago de Cuba center you'll find the Cementerio Santa Ifigenia, Cuba's second largest Cemetery after Havana’s Necropolis Cristobal Colon. Founded in 1868 , its primary purpose then was as a resting place for victims of the War of Independence and then the later massive deaths relating to the yellow-fever outbreak in the Caribbean. Cemetery Santa Ifigenia simply cannot be missed if you wish to look into Cuba's interesting past. The Cemeteries +8000 tombs simply pack [...]
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