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Absolutely amazing place to just take in. It is truly incredibly important as it was here that many of the first speeches and gatherings of the revolution took place. Not much to it, but still cool to check out!
If you came to Cuba in order to learn more about their history, then revolution square is a good spot to visit. Although there really isn’t anything we are able to do in the area as tourists, it is very neat to see the government...More
We stopped off here whilst touring the city in a classic car. The plaza is huge and you can only image the number of people it would hold for the revolutionary rallies. Dominated by large Jose Marti monument and the impressive steel memorials of Che...More
This large open square has been the focus of many gatherings over the years since the Revolution. Featuring in many photographs and used today as much as ever.
The large portrait of Che was very eye catching as is the large monument across the very...More
My dad and I booked a sightseeing tour with Royal Caribbean and this was our first stop. We spent 20 minutes here. It's a great place for pictures of some buildings and some classic cars. I hear, on the first of May it's a big...More
This is just a big open square surrounded by important buildings. You have the monument of the revolution one one side and ministerial buildings not the other three sides. On the square there is no shade.
What makes this zone the magnet for all tourists is the display of 50s and 60s convertibles and the showpiece examples of the much loved older autos for hire. The square undoubtedly is massive in its historic and symbolic importance i remember watching black and...More
Must do tourist stop for photo of Che Gavara wall picture and lots of American cars from the 1950’s. We took ride there in 1956 Buick convertible. And a tour round Havana. For 4 adults it cost 50 Cucs for 90 min tour. Started at...More
This is a large plaza or gathering area in Havana. Several large buildings around. Lots of history. We had a tour guide through Belver (highly recommend) who taught us lots of things which was very helpful. Nothing was going on the day we were there...More
When I went here in September we hired a classic car. Nice way to do it since it is more of a drive-by kind of place in my opinion. As far as cash, CUC is the only way to go. I had 500 Euro from a previous trip which made... More
When I went here in September we hired a classic car. Nice way to do it since it is more of a drive-by kind of place in my opinion. As far as cash, CUC is the only way to go. I had 500 Euro from a previous trip which made the exchange more favorable than my USD. Credit cards are not accepted really anywhere but we did find it easy to find ATMs. Another note, calling home and finding internet is really quite difficult to come by so try your best not to use it too much. This will greatly reduce your frustration level. Hire a tour guide if your budget allows. It made the trip immensely more enjoyable for us.