Welcome to Havana, home to an overwhelming energy.
Situated along the Straits of Florida, the capital of Cuba has been through several identities: Spanish colonial settlement, mobster rule in the 1930s, glamour of the 1950s,
Cuban revolution and, most recently, a cultural renaissance.
While some of the building are in disrepair, the beauty of the baroque, neoclassical and art deco features triumphs.
Havana could be seen as a work-in-progress, but it is more a testament to its never-ending determination to improve and progress, which
might be the allure that attracts so many visitors. So take a seat at an authentic paladar (family-run restaurant) and enjoy the vibrant evolution of Havana.