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The Factory is just a shell of the old building and the tours were not happening the day we visited but the Casa De Habano store was open and had a great choice and variety of cigars and the VIP lounge is a wonderful spot...More
This is strictly a store only the cigar factory is over by the Romeo y Juliet factory. There is a better selection of single cigars at this location. People out front might tell you it’s closed, but don’t take their word for it and walk...More
This is an image of the original factory. They were not doing tours and there is really nothing but the outside to really see. The "Modern Partagas Factory" is a couple of blocks away (by taxi). I enjoyed a tour with a Professor named Clara....More
I loved it. We had a lovely tour guide and I met nice people in the English speaking group. Officially we couldn't take any photos, but the guide let us take few. The workers were really lovely and had a great sense of humour. The...More
Partagas at the center is closed, than you need to get 2 km to other building. Here they collect tickets, but someone also buy here (to buy ticket you need to go to any hotel to the tourist office). You get a lady who show...More
Great visit in store. Nice selection of prices. Lady inside showed us the private room where you can smoke a cigar. Really friendly staff and extremely helpful. Cohiba was somewhat limited in selection from what I could see. Good amount of inventory for Montecristo, Romeo...More
While I am no cigar smoker by any stretch of the imagination, taking this tour gives me a much greater appreciation for the school and time invested in creating this commodity.
After arriving at this address, we learned that this location is currently in operable...More
The Partagas Cigar Factory is one of the oldest and most historic in all Havana. Sadly while you can still buy cigars there, production ceased there in around 2015 so that the building, opened in 1845 could undergo extensive renovations. As is the case with...More
Fascinating tour of the "factory" - you get to see all phases of making the cigars and it's quite interesting to watch the people make the cigars and then roll them in the outer wrap and shape and trim. Cigars in factory story were priced...More