• Museo de la Revolucin, or Museum of the Revolution
  • Walking the streets of Habana Vieja, or Old Havana, a UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Paseo del Prado, the prime boulevard
  • Parque central with its imposing architecture
  • Plaza de la Catedral
  • Classic cars

Havana is a big city, full of color, in the people and the architecture. It is charming, vibrant, and vivacious, a place of wonderful music and murals, a place that warms the heart.

Saturday Overnight: Hotel Nacional

Say farewell to the departing Wayfarers at breakfast, then we're off to La Cabaa, the colossal fort and architectural wonder that is one of the largest Spanish fortifications in the Americas. We'll have a guided tour, then walk along the waterfront to the ferry terminal where we'll take a local ferry across Havana Bay to Old Havana. After lunch, we'll learn about rum-making from the rum experts at the Havana Club Museum of Rum and enjoy a tasting. Our next stop is Havana's world class Museum of Fine Art. Here, we'll see works by a range of Cuban artists as well as European masters. After dinner, prepare for a special evening at Huron Azul for an intimate and lively performance by some of Cuba's top bolero artists. Overnight: Havana, Hotel Nacional de Cuba

Sunday Overnight: Hotel Nacional

Our last full day in Havana begins with a guided tour of the whimsical and internationally known folk art kingdom known as Fusterlandia, a surrealist community art project started by the Cuban artist Jose Fuster. It's an inspired mix of colors, shapes, and mosaics you won't want to miss. After our visit, we'll channel a festive spirit at the Callejon de Hamel weekly Rumba. Watch the small street transform into an exuberant party full of music and dancing, and don't be shy if you want to join in. After lunch, the day takes a more serious turn with a guided tour of the splendid Museo de la Revolucion, where a local historian shares insights into the Cuban Revolution. Housed in the opulent palace of former president Fulgencio Batista, and decorated by Tiffany's of New York, the building itself helps tell the tale of Cuba's past. From the museum, we wind down our tour at Havana's famous San Jose Artisans' Market, where we have an opportunity to browse the stalls, meet local artists, and purchase one of a kind souvenirs. Dinner tonight is at one of Havana's finest paladars. Overnight: Havana, Hotel Nacional de Cuba


After breakfast, transfer to the airport.
There's so much to see and do that we have put together a two-day extension for anyone who wants to spend more time in Havana.


US $1,795.00
per person, double occupancy
(Single Supplement US $195.00)
Our Wayfarers friends' Price is US $1,795.00


From Mar 24 to Mar 26 (more dates)
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Hotels - Where we stay

Hotel Nacional

Hotel Nacional

The Hotel Nacional de Cuba is considered a symbol of history, culture and Cuban identity. The guns that made up the old Santa Clara Battery are on exhibition at the garden, they were declared part of the World Heritage Site. The Hotel Nacional de Cuba was declared a National Monument and it was inscribed in the World Memory Register. With its privileged location in the middle of Vedado, the center of Havana, it stands on a hill just a few meters from the sea, and offers a great view of the Havana Harbor; the seawall and the city. Since 1930 the hotel has attracted a large number of personalities from the arts, science and politcs, such as British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, artists Frank Sinatra, Ava Gardner, Johnny Weismuller, and scientist Alexander Flemming. Facilities: Air conditioning, Hair Dryer, No Smoking Rooms, Safe, Beauty salon, Laundry Service, Pool, Sauna, Massage, Fitness center, Steam shower, Tennis court, Internet access in public areas.

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