Private jet charter and flights to Havana
Step back in time to soak up the Spanish Colonial charm and heady salsa beats of Cuba’s capital, a UNESCO World Heritage City where crumbling colonial facades give way to exciting cuisine, boutique cocktail bars and a burgeoning art scene. Experience it all: request a private jet charter quote from Air Charter Service.
Explore Old Havanaâ€™s famous plazas, admiring the UNESCO World Heritage Cityâ€™s beautiful old churches and Spanish-style mansions. The historic Plaza de la RevoluciÃ³n is a must-visit, thanks to its iconic Jose Marti monument and the huge mural of Che Guevaraâ€™s face which is displayed on the Ministry of the Interiorâ€™s wall. Uncover more Cuban history at the Museum of the Revolution, before heading outside to book a ride in one of the 1950s classic cars that scatter the city.
Baseball is Cubaâ€™s national sport and you can soak up the infectious match-day atmosphere at a national league game in the Havana Industriales stadium. Next, delve into Havanaâ€™s creative scene, touring some of the cityâ€™s art and photography studios and artisanal boutiques. After sunset, head to a live-music venue to learn some infectious salsa moves â€“ the Vedado neighbourhood is a buzzing nightlife hotspot where you can dance the night away.
Browse stalls selling second-hand and antiquarian books at Plaza de Armas or shop for souvenirs at Havanaâ€™s largest craft market, Almacenes San JosÃ©, where youâ€™ll find a range of clothes, art, ceramics and handicrafts. Cubaâ€™s two most famous exports are cigars and rum, both of which are widely available to buy across the city.
Havanaâ€™s vibrant culinary scene is thriving. Unofficial restaurants in private homes, known as paladors, offer some of the cityâ€™s tastiest food â€“ try the homely DoÃ±a Eutemia for an authentic taste of old Creole cooking. For a trendier venue, head to stylish El Cocineroâ€™s rooftop terrace for sophisticated cuisine and excellent cocktails, or dine on contemporary Cuban dishes at upmarket BellaHabana.
Accommodation in Havana is a brilliant mix of prestigious grande dames, hip new hotels and quirky little guesthouses. The iconic Hotel Saratoga oozes old-world charm in a magnificent neo-classical building, while the illustrious Hotel Nacional de Cuba counts Frank Sinatra and Ernest Hemingway as former guests. For modern luxury, the five-star Iberostar Parque Central boasts a luxurious rooftop pool offering 360-degree views over the city. Those seeking more of a home-from-home should book into one of just three rooms at Casa Densil, a tiny colonial-style bed-and-breakfast with wooden beams and patterned floor tiles.
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