City Escapes Cuba

Old Havana City Walking Tour: Cuba

Cuba, Havana

Hola amigos!

This will be a very short written post as I really just have a lot of photos to share from this part of Havana.

If you’ve landed on this blog looking for information before traveling to Cuba, please click here to read another comprehensive post of mine which is filled with information!

MY TIP: If you want photos of an area in Havana which is pretty local:

Take a taxi from wherever you are based in Havana and ask to be dropped off at Plaza de Armas. From there, walk towards the north, along the harbour and take in the sights of the narrow streets. This area is pumping with life!

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Plaza de Armas – start your walking tour here!

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This was a pretty local part of Havana.

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Everyday scenes.

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Disheveled buildings – Havana’s specialty.

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According to the Catholic church, over 60% of Cubans are Catholic but only 5% are practising Christians who attend church regularly.

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This street was madness.

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Cuban flags to be found everywhere.

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Aww that’s cute. The car matches the shirt!

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I call this: “Teal Street”

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Watch out, da Po Po is coming for ya.

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I’m in Havana!

 

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This spot was a nice place to come for a drink, but be warned – this was a bit of a tourist trap and the people outside the establishment were all trying to get money off us.

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Quick ladies! Get into my car.

 

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Plaza de Armas.

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Plaza de Armas.

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Plaza de Armas.

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Always love the little bit of light which cascades into the streets.

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Taxi.

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This taxi is cruising for biz-ness.

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This was my final glance of Havana before leaving for the airport.

 

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Washing day.

Havana, Cuba

This photo was taken from the Revolution Museum which is only a short walk from Plaza de Armas.

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