Now, we get out on the street, El Calle, we are guided around in Old Havana, dating from the 1600s, and we will be able to follow the architecture of different styles until today.
Now it is time for good walking shoes and open eyes. We visit the five Plazas, La Fototeca-photogalleri-, art markets, the Revolutionary museum, thrilling colonial buildings and we will be fascinated by the mixture of the beautiful decadence and also by the beauty of the newly renovated buildings. Occasionally, cooling ourselves in one or two of the bars of Havana, maybe Ernest Hemingway's favorite bar El Floridita. We are looking into the Trejo boxing club who nurtured many famous cuban boxers. We are accompanied by music that flows out from all the bars, it is of course Buenavista and some Guantanamera, Havana abounds with well-educated musicians so music lovers are guaranteed satisfaction.We wander through Old Havana to the boulevard El Prado leading down to the sea and Havana's famous promenade: Malecón. Enjoying the breeze from the sea and gathers again for new experiences.The Cigar Factory Partagas,The Rum museum Havana Club and yes, the list goes on and on.
Veronica and sister.