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Havana Horse & Carriage City Tour

 

Havana Horse & Carriage City Tour

Explore Old, Center & New Havana in a classic horse drawn carriage
Departs From: Havana, Cuba
Meeting Point: Includes port/hotel pickup
Duration: 1 hrs. 30 min. (Approx.)
Tour Code: HAVANA-03
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From: $49 USD
 
Tour Description:
This one of a kind Havana Sightseeing by horse drawn carriage will introduce you to the history, architecture, and culture that makes Havana the most visited city in Cuba.

Learn about the city and its stylish colonial landmarks from your experienced Havana tour guide. Surround yourself with the hustle and bustle of everyday life in Havana.

Flea Market / Malecón - Avenue that runs along the seawall at the northern shore of Havana, from Habana Vieja to the Almendares River.

Parque Central (Parque José Martí) - Framed by majestic-looking early 19th-century buildings. Surrounded by some of Old Havana's finest restaurants and hotels

Bacardi Building - The Bacardi Building is one of Havana’s principal landmarks. Designed for the Bacardi rum company.

El Floridita Bar - One of Hemingway's most visited bar and the birth of the daiquiri.

Museum of the Revolution - located in the former Presidential Palace. Constructed between 1913 and 1920 and used by a string of cash-embezzling Cuban presidents, culminating in Fulgencio Batista.

National Museum of Fine Arts Havana - Museo Nacional De Bellas Arte - Exhibits Cuban art collections from 17th and 19th centuries up to contemporary generations.

Plaza de San Francisco de Asís - built by the famous US company Purdy and Henderson in a record time of only 16 months.

Two Brothers Bar (opened in 1894) - Ernest Hemingway, Marlon Brando, Federico García Lorca, and Benny More have all rubbed shoulders here.

Memorial Grande - Memorial to José Martí, a national hero of Cuba.

Spanish Embassy - Building is of great history and architectural value, always surrounded by monuments and gardens.

Colonial Building (1780) - Legendario rum tasting

Army Square - The main touristic square where ceremonies and military events took place. Cuban cigar can be purchased here.

Cathedral Square - Oldest church in Havana

havana central train station - The main railway terminal in Havana and the largest railway station in Cuba. Considered a National monument for its architectural and historical values.

China Town - One and a half block of restaurants, most of which carry colorful Chinese themed facades.

Capitol Building - Resembling Washington D.C.'s Capital Building


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