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- Entire home
- La Habana
Painstakingly restored Casa Colonial 1922 is a private, complete apartment with 2 bedrooms. Spread over 2 levels the home features generous outdoor spaces and refined comfort indoors. Your casa away includes a 70 ft wrap around balcony accessed through 7 doors, 16 ft ceilings, spiral stairs, roof gardens, original tile, 6 AC splits + fans, a modern kitchen, 3 full bathrooms (one en suite), laundry, Also included: A view of the busy Havana street life and Hammocks for maximum relaxation.
- Entire home
- La Habana
Our charming villa is nestled on a quiet tree-lined street in the heart of Vedado, Havana's cultural centre and one of the city’s most vibrant neighbourhoods. It's perfectly located if you love it quiet and with nature around but still directly in town, just a few houses down from the main road in the center of Vedado (23rd St - La Rampa) with many restaurants, music venues, and entertainment nightspots. A very short walk to Malecón and Hotel Nacional, and a 5-minute drive from Old Havana.
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Your guide to Cuba
All About Cuba
With more than 3,000 miles of coastline, incredible coral reefs, stunningly blue oceans, and Sierra Maestra’s rolling hills and forests, Cuba’s natural beauty is only matched by its picturesque cities. Vintage cars still travel the streets, while the many preserved buildings in Cuba’s cities, especially Havana’s World Heritage-listed Old Town, evoke an appreciation for the enduring art and design of previous eras. Cuba is a country with many influences, from its earliest days as home to the Guanahatabey, Ciboney, and Taíno peoples, to its time as a Spanish colony and sugar-producing capital of the Caribbean.
The country has a rich and multi-faceted history that is worth engaging with firsthand at one of many cultural attractions. Explore museums such as the acclaimed National Museum of Fine Arts of Havana and Museo de la Revolución, and feel the sea breeze atop the fortress of Castillo de San Pedro de la Roca.
How do I get around Cuba?
Most major airlines offer flights to and from Havana’s José Martí International Airport (HAV) on a regular basis. Once you arrive, there are a variety of ways to get around the area. Almendrones are shared taxis that act somewhat as ride shares and travel along fixed routes, while private taxis are another affordable option for getting around. Bike taxis are a unique way to experience bigger cities when time is not a concern.
When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Cuba?
The best time to visit Cuba is during the dry season, between November and April. The temperatures are cooler, the air less humid, and heavy rain is much less of a concern. It’s the perfect time to rent a Cuban house, or other rentals in Cuba, to enjoy the balmy, sunny weather. Fresh produce is in plentiful supply during the dry season, along with fewer mosquitos and tropical pests. Cuba’s lobster season runs between June and February as well — a great time to enjoy fresh shellfish.
Stand-out events include a celebration of urban dance in April, and the disco festival in May is one of the biggest disco events all year. In August, at the tail end of monsoon season, Cuba hosts Carnival celebrations, and in October, Fiesta de la Cubania in Bayamo allows you to indulge in music, dancing, and delicious local cuisine. Havana’s jazz festival in December draws musicians worldwide.
What are the top things to do in Cuba?
Old Havana - Habana Vieja
Old Havana’s cobbled streets and historic buildings are a window into the Cuba of the past. Architectural attractions such as the Plaza de la Catedral, upon which the Cuban Baroque Catedral de San Cristobal stands tall, are two of many structures marking this area a UNESCO World Heritage site. Plaza Vieja is home to preserved Spanish colonial-era buildings and the camera obscura, offering views across Cuba from its top.
A sparkling white sand beach, Varadero stretches across the coast of Peninsula de Hicacos, connected to the mainland by bridge. Twenty-five kilometers of pristine coastline offers excellent fishing for grouper and tuna, along with tens of snorkeling and diving sites in and around coral reefs. Alternatives to beach activities include the Parque Josone at the mainland end of the strip, home to lush flower gardens, a swimming pool, and a small lake where visitors can glide around in paddle boats.
Parque Nacional Viñales - Valle de Viñales
The Parque Nacional Viñales is another of Cuba’s World Heritage sites, a magnificent valley dotted with steep limestone hills known as mogotes, creating a dramatic landscape overlooking fields of tobacco, fruit, and vegetables. Hiking trails and horseback riding in the hills are another great way to spend a sunny afternoon.