Last Updated: 24 December 2017
Having suffered for years from sanctions, Cuba’s sometimes scruffy streets and buildings have clung to a bygone era. Here is a place that is distinctly different, an anachronism in the twenty first century. Here colorful vintage cars drive past splendid colonial buildings. Bright and colorful modern buildings stand besides cobbled streets. 1950’s shop signs hang above businesses. Recently the pace of change has accelerated, and the wonderful spirit that is Cuba may soon merge into the uniformity of modern day cities.

Havana, the capital, is full of colonial architecture. It was once the most fortified city in the world and the forts still stand watch over the city. What better way to tour Havana than in one of the many classic cars that drive her streets. Visit the lively bars and listen to the ever-present jazz music or rumba and salsa into the early hours of the morning.


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