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Stuck in time, This National Monument stands gracefully. Every night the have what is called “El Cayonaso De Las 9, which is done at 9 pm every evening. You can see kids fishing alongside their fathers, and family’s just enjoying the view of the endless...More
We chose to walk this in mid morning to head from the harbour area down to the Nacionale. It got pretty hot... but not unexpectedly. I could not describe this as a trip of great memory - the sea is unspectacular, there is no beach,...More
Havana is essentially bordered by a concrete sea wall that prevents you from entering the harbor waters. It is miles long and eventful until night. We walked during the day and couldn’t understand the allure. Once the sun was down 1000’s flock to hang out...More
Stretching 8 KM from Havana Vieja to Vedado this broad Esplanade provides an icon view of Havana. Many monuments to be found along the Malecon. By day it is popular to local fishermen and at night it is a social meeting place for families and...More
The Malecon is mentioned in every google search about tourist attractions in Havana. The Melecon is a stretch of 7 or 8Km road running along ocean. On one side of the road you have the ocean view and on the other buildings, shops, etc. During...More
We arrived in Cuba after a national tragedy and their was several days of national mourning- what a culture: humble, intelligent, confident and sensitive. Walk the Malecon at night, its safe and enjoyable with that cool Caribbean breeze blowing- meet the handsome/beautiful people that are...More
This 8 km long strolling area on the waterfront in Havana was super hot in September. We rode along it several times in a classic convertible, saw a few fishermen sitting on the seawall, and a few families in the late afternoon. Lots of new...More