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A small park in the city center with trees, fountains and sculptures. Bordered by El Prado, Zulueta, San Jose and Neptuno Streets. With the iconic El Capitolio in the background and surrounded by other significant buildings such as Gran Teatro de la Habana, the Inglaterra,...More
The hustle and bustle surrounding this park is Habana! With the El Capitolia (Capital Buildings) as a backdrop and two hotels framing each side, and antique cars beeping, people whistling and passerby shouting and laughing, it is a fine representation of Habana. Looking around you...More
It's just out of reach for the average cruise ship tourist so the crowds are far less. The park is sooo much cleaner than Old Havana with 4-star hotels, hop on/hop off busses and horse drawn carriages.
Central Park is a combination of a paved square with a monument in remembrance of Marti and a public park with beds of tall shade and palm trees. Great place to rest after walking from the Museum of Revolution to the El Capitol even though...More
The one park you must see is located in the center of town and appropriately called Central Park. And must for anybody that wants to really get a feel of tourism in Cuba and the locals as they relate to the tourism.
Central Park is beautiful and stretches from central Habana to Malecon Street. The park has statues of Jose Marti and some tall trees create shade. There are many stone benches that are convenient for visitors. Like many other Cuban parks, this is a hotspot with...More