Flights to Havana
Havana, the Cuban capital and the Caribbean’s largest city, offers a heady mix of nightlife and culture. Where else in the world would you find pulsating salsa clubs alongside pastel-washed colonial architecture, with vintage American cars on every street?
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Book your flights to Havana for the chance to stroll through the sunny plazas and museums of the labyrinthine Old City, home to the Museo de la Revolución. Or enjoy the glitz of a late-night cabaret show. There’s never a dull moment while on holiday in Havana. And you can always rest on a Caribbean beach when you're worn out from all the sightseeing.
Havana video guide
See La Habana Vieja, El Morro Castle, Museum of the Revolution, Cathedral Square, Malecon, Grand Theatre, the Tropicana and more in our video guide to Havana.
From pirate hideouts to the oldest existing fort in the Americas, take a guided tour of Havana’s enchanting historical sights and enjoy more than 500 years of tumultuous history. Head to our blog for more Havana must-sees.
Without question, Havana’s a city that knows how to party. Celebrated salsa musicians perform at Casa de la Música and even small bars feature incredible live bands belting out Cuban dance classics. Preparing for a night out? We've got you covered.
A night at the opera
Opera might not be high on your list when you fly to Cuba, but the amazing neo-baroque Gran Teatro de La Habana, home to the Cuban National Opera, is definitely worth a visit.
Sip cocktails in style
One of the most famous bars in the city, La Bodeguita, was a favourite haunt of Ernest Hemingway. Or discover the birthplace of the daiquiri at El Florita. Get more eating and drinking tips on our blog.
Souvenirs to savour
A bottle or two of the island's treasured Havana Club rum, or world-famous Montecristo and Cohiba cigars, will make you popular back home. Just make sure to save a few for yourself.
Weather and local info
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Before you set off, take a look at our guide to Havana's José Martí International Airport.
When travelling around Havana, it's recommended that you use taxis or organised coach services. Tourists are advised against using local bus services for safety reasons.
Visit our dedicated Cuba visa page for useful information on the travel documents you'll need.
Cuba has two currencies, the Cuban Convertible Peso (CUC) and the Cuban Peso (CUP). The CUC is the most commonly used currency by tourists in Havana.
In Havana, the power supply is mainly 110 volts, although most of the modern hotels have dual voltage with socket being 220 volts. Plug sockets will take both the North American flat pin and the European two pin plug.
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