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Our classic car tour parked a short walk from the square. The roads around the square were wide and the square itself was a huge concrete square ,with few if any amenities or statues within it.
Just a people gathering area.
All around it were...More
We book Royal Caribbean's "Best of Havana" bus tour, but really, almost all the Havana tours included the Plaza De La Revolucion. At first glance, it looks like an empty parking lot. BUT, listen to your Tour Guide, and look around; this is where the...More
This is Cuba's Red Square - a huge space for Cuban leaders to make grand speeches, it's very impressive particularly viewed from the Memorial Jose Marti overlooking the area. Plus who doesn't want to have their photo taken with the huge steel Che Guevara memorial...More
Disappointed . Building is under renovation...very noisy. Entrance fee - US$8 equivalent which is expensive for Cuba.Mainly a collection of photos. If you already familiar with the History of the Revolution you will be disappointed. After visiting the Che memorial and the museum at the...More
There is nothing to really see here. Most people stop here simply for the photos with steel memorials of Che Guevara, and Camilo Cienfuegos (no, it's not Castro). However, across the street is a tall tower where you can take an elevator to the top...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.