Havana

Casa El Madero

Casa El Madero

Casa El Madero is the latest casa particular to open in Old Havana and, as well as adding much needed capacity, also provides a dash of style to the city's accommodation stock.

Four Days In Havana

Everyone keeps asking me the same question, how long does one need in Havana? Clearly there is no right or wrong answer but my advice is always to spend at least four days.
Shopping in Havana

Shopping in Havana

Until pretty recently, mention to anyone that you planned to go shopping in Havana and you would have been met with either ridicule or bemusement……and rightly so.

Getting Around Havana

Most visitors to Havana probably spend 2 or 3 days in the city and, with the vast majority of its attractions located in the historic Old Havana district, much of that time will be spent exploring on foot. Where city transport is required, Havana has plenty of options.

Classic Cars of Cuba

What do you think of when it comes to Cuba? Beautiful beaches, Fidel, Che & The Revolution, crumbling colonial architecture, fat cigars or, perhaps, those fabulous classic cars?

Kempinski Havana

Slowly taking shape alongside Parque Central in the heart of Old Havana, the new Kempinski Havana is set to be Cuba’s most luxurious hotel when it finally opens.

Old Havana Hotels With A Pool

For the majority of independent travellers visiting Havana, staying in Old Havana is a must. Finding somewhere to stay with a swimming pool is a whole lot more problematic.

The Havana Ferry

Havana is so famous for its classic American cars, a ride in one being almost ubiquitous, that many visitors disregard the equal fun to be had by taking the Havana ferry.