The Place and The People
Havana is a city that is alive. From the narrow alleyways in Old Havana that echo jazz to the bustling seaside boardwalk known as the malecon, a weekend in Havana is a getaway you’ll never forget.
Havana is also a city that is on the brink of change. As relationships warm between Cuba and the U.S., Havana will be the first place that feels the winds of change blowing from just 90 miles away. Will this be good for the city? Will throngs of American tourists descend upon the city’s iconic squares? This is still to be determined. But for now, soak in the beauty of Cuban art, music and history that Havana embodies.