Super Girl
More than 3 weeks ago (25 September 2020 1:47:12 PM UTC) in TOURIST SPOTS



  • Cuba its only 93 miles from Florida, and just 13 from the Bahamas, but like the smoke that coils from its legendary cigars, the republic of Cuba exists in time and space all it's own. Blending of Spain, Africa, and its native peoples, and lit by the fires of independence and revolution, the aromas, textures, and flavors of this Caribbean nation are like no other 
  • For centuries its Vast plantations satisfied a global appetite for sugar and thirst for the Smoothest rums. In 1962 it played center stage in a nuclear standoff, which made the planet hold its breath for 13 days. its infectious rhythms taught the world how to move its hips.
  • Cuba's capital Havana, a city preserved by forts and citadels a five-mile seawall, its symbol is La Giraldilla, dedicated to the city's first female governor, high above Castillo de la Real Fuerza the city's original fort. the fort overlooks plaza de Armas the birthplace and heart of Old Havana
  • Colonial elegance of the captains general once the home of governors, today the home of the museum of the city of Havana
  • Plaza de Armas,  the short walk to plaza de la Catedral where fortunes are told and salsa spills from beneath the arches made from blocks of coral cut from the ocean floor
  • The cathedral of Saint Christopher is a Cuban Baroque masterpiece that has been called music set in stone .for 100 years, it was also the resting place of Columbus who claimed these fertile lands for Spain in 1492
  • Another of the old town's squares is Plaza de San Francisco. which has changed little since the day when the crews of passing galleons filled their barrels at the Fountain of the Lions a more recent addition to the sqaure is la conversation a statue that reminds us of the need for dialogue in contemporary society. 
  • La bodeguita del Medio enjoy a mojito and add your name to the thousands of others in the wall of this iconic bar
  • Havana is home to thousands of classic autos from a golden age,
  • The majestic dome of El capitolio rise over central Havana. the streets here are lined with some Havana's finest architectural treasures, Such as the Great Theatre of Havana and the National Museum of fine arts 
  • To the west the Vedado district  a mix of fabulous 1950s modernist buildings and neoclassical mansions patiently awaiting restoration 
  • Iconic hotel like Winston Churchill, Rita Hayworth, and Leonardo DiCaprio has spent many Cuban night streets of Havana give the city its pulse it's on the Malecon here you find its soul this is where the city comes to meet Romans and dream