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We offer a wide range of excursions that can be pre-booked before travel allowing you to plan your trip without the hassle of arranging your itinerary after arrival. With the difficulties in communications in Cuba this can be time consuming during your holiday.  Our excursions can be tailored to your taste or we can create something if you have a special interest, so please ask if you would like something different to what is offered.  The more diverse the interest, the more we like the challenge!

With Cuba so busy, we recommend first confirming your flights and accommodation, and then adding on excursions afterwards.  To enable us to book the best tours and guides, and allow sufficient time for confirmation, payment, and dispatch of documents, please pre-book any excursions at least 2 weeks before you travel (preferably 3-4 weeks before travel or earlier). We are happy to pass on requested times requests in the case of private excursions, and will try our best to accommodate you. All final timings will be confirmed locally after you arrive in Cuba.

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3 Hour Private Walking Tour of Old Havana

Departing from: Havana
Operates: Daily
Excursion: Private
Transfers: Not included
This tour can take place any time during the day or evening and there is also the chance to enjoy a meal in one of Old Havana’s fascinating private restaurants before or after the tour.

One of our most popular excursions! A 3-hour private walking tour of Old Havana with one of our knowledgeable and professional guides. We purposely do not include any visits to museums, galleries or markets on this tour so that you have the maximum opportunity to enjoy the tour to your own preference.

You can discuss with the guide at the start of the tour the places that you really wish to see and pay locally the nominal price to enter any museums of your choice. Suggestions to include could be the Havana Club Rum Museum, Museum of the Revolution, and the Belles Artes Museum.

Should you wish instead do a 1 or 2-hour walking tour, or enjoy the services of the guide for a longer exploration of Old Havana, please ask and we can quote accordingly.
✔ Highly recommended
✔ Suitable for the whole family
✔ Request your preferred time before travel (confirmed in Cuba after your arrival)

Taste of Havana

Departing from: Havana
Operates: Daily
Excursion: Shared
Introducing the main sights and amazing unique street life of Havana, this fully guided tour starts with a stroll through the bustling streets and quiet squares of Old Havana, preserved by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site!

Guided in English and other main languages, the tour will visit the historic and beautiful four main squares of Old Havana including ‘Plaza De Armas’ and ‘Plaza De La Catedral’ both dating back many Centuries. You will also pass by many important sights, including the impressive ‘Capitolio’ building, the former Presidential palace now the Museum of the Revolution, and the famous Hemingway bars.

Continuing the tour, you will take a panoramic drive around the downtown area of the city called Vedado, with a stop at Revolution Square the focal point of modern Havana overlooked by the world-famous mural of Che Guevara.

After an introduction to all the main sights of Havana the tour will finish with a drive along the Malecon sea front promenade such an iconic location in the city.

Please note that this excursion is a shared tour and operates only when a minimum number of guests have booked, therefore there remains a small possibility that alternative dates would be offered instead locally or the tour refunded, should it not operate on your chosen day.
✔ Suitable for the whole family

Old American Car Tour of Havana

Departing from: Havana
Operates: Daily
Excursion: Private

Maximum 3 people per car or 2 with a guide

Open top cars can be booked for a supplement of $20 per car per hour

The ultimate Cuba experience is to travel through the streets of Havana, taking in the sights and sounds of this unique, historic city in an Old American car with a local driver!

This tour is great fun and we highly recommend it! You also have the option of a local English speaking guide to gain a great insight into life in Havana, as well as a background to all the action on the street as your tour travels around the city.

During your ride, you can make stops as you wish and we certainly recommend a short stop at the impressive Revolution Square, as well as a drive along the sea front promenade the ‘Malecon’, and passing by John Lennon Park, 5th Avenue, and the elegant district of Miramar.

The tour can take place at a time of your choosing during the day or early evening.
✔ Highly recommended
✔ Suitable for the whole family
✔ Request your preferred time before travel (confirmed in Cuba after your arrival)

Salsa Lesson

Operates: Daily
Transfers: Not included
We can arrange for you to have a fun and very professional 2-hour salsa dancing lesson in the historic heart of Old Havana. We use the leading dance school in Cuba and their teachers and dancers are very friendly and professional, and used to teaching from beginners upwards. Great fun for the whole family! Morning bookings (early afternoon also possible when booking early).
✔ Highly recommended
✔ Suitable for the whole family

Cigar Factory Tour

Departing from: Havana
Operates: Monday to Friday
Excursion: Shared
Located in the Vedado district, this morning visit to a working cigar factory is a not to be missed experience during your stay in Havana. Experience the whole process where local rollers still hand roll every cigar using tobacco leaves brought in from the plantations at Pinar Del Rio. You can also watch the sorting and packaging process linked to tobacco quality, before the cigars are boxed ready to be exported throughout the world. The tour includes return private transport from your hotel in Havana.
✔ Minimum age 16
Please note that the cigar factory closes for the Habanos Cigar Festival in February/March, Christmas and New Year (usually 23 Dec-15 Jan), and in summer (usually 23 July to 14 August), as well as occasional private events.

Architecture in Modern Havana

Departing from: Havana
Operates: Daily
Excursion: Shared
With a specialised guide, this tour of Havana will guide you through the various architectural styles of the city and is perfect for those with an academic or passing interest in architecture and design. The tour will also touch on Havana’s long and varied history, which can be mapped through the various architectural styles to be seen.

The tour will cover the UNESCO World Heritage preserved Old Havana neighbourhood, with an emphasis on the unique Prado promenade and port area. Highlighting the transition from the colonial period to the republic and modernism era the tour will also focus on the styles evident on President’s Avenue, Carlos 111 and Reina Streets. You will also visit La Rampa, one of the main thoroughfares in the downtown Vedado district as well as the nearby buildings of the Coppelia Ice Cream parlour and Pabellon exhibition structure, both examples of some of Havana’s unique style.

Your tour of Vedado continues with many examples of modern city planning from the beginning of the 20th Century and we will spend some time at the notable and unique building styles at the Lopez Serrano and FOCSA buildings as well as the famous and iconic Hotel Nacional De Cuba, which is located in a commanding location at the foot of La Rampa overlooking the famous Malecon seafront promenade.

The tours will continue to the upmarket Embassy district of Miramar where large and elegant mansion houses form the main style here with the majority of the buildings dating back to the 1930s – 1950s.

This tour includes a set three course lunch in a local Havana restaurant.

Ernest Hemingway Tour with Lunch at Cojimar Village

Departing from: Havana
Operates: Monday, Wednesday, Friday
Excursion: Shared
The famous author Ernest Hemingway lived in Cuba for nearly 20 years and the island was a major influence on his life and globally recognised books. See where Hemingway lived, visit his favourite bars and learn all about his life in Cuba where he certainly left his mark!

You will start by visiting his home on the outskirts of Havana, left untouched since the day he left Cuba and full of writer’s clutter with papers and books everywhere!

Continuing to the fishing village of Cojimar where Hemingway and his captain Gregorio Fuentes enjoyed their sailing passion, you will enjoy lunch overlooking the sea at Las Terrazas restaurant, a firm favourite for both Hemingway and his captain.

Returning to Havana you will visit the famous bars much frequented by Hemingway, the Floridita that has his favourite bar stool still preserved, and Bodequita Del Medio where Hemingway had a crucial part in the development of Cuba’s famous Mojito cocktail!

Finally, you will visit room 511 at the nearby Ambos Mundos hotel where Hemingway lived in his early years in Havana, and from this room he wrote To Whom the Bell Tolls!

Please note that this excursion is a shared tour and operates only when a minimum number of guests have booked, therefore there remains a small possibility that alternative dates would be offered instead locally or the tour refunded, should it not operate on your chosen day.

Jewish Interest Tour

Departing from: Havana
Operates: Upon request, and is subject to confirmation close to departure
Excursion: Private
Transfers: Not included
A special interest tour dedicated to the small Jewish community in Havana. A varied number of visits include the Adath Israel, an Orthodox congregation which can be found in in Old Havana followed by a visit to the only kosher butcher in Cuba, who distributes meat to the Community as part of the Government backed ration system.

Visits will also be made to the Centro Hebreo Sephardi de Cuba where you can meet heads of the community, and hear about the congregation, the challenges they face and the programmes they offer, as well as a visit their new Holocaust Remembrance Hall.

Please note this is not a tourist attraction, and must be reconfirmed close to departure once availability of the visit has been verified. Adath Israel closed Saturdays, Centro Hebreo Sephardi closed Sundays. We therefore recommend weekdays only. Whilst our tour is private, other groups may also be visiting at the same time, which we are not notified of in advance.

Private Tour to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Vinales Valley

Departing from: Havana
Operates: Daily
Excursion: Private
Our tour is a classic introduction to the UNESCO preserved World Heritage site with a few unique and exclusive extras added to make it a very memorable day.

Leaving Havana early in the morning, your private tour takes you into the western province of Pinar Del Rio, and on arrival at the famous Vinales Valley viewpoint you can look down on the valley
dotted with tobacco drying houses and the spectacular karst limestone scenery. The guide will introduce you to the region and the plans for the day.

Continuing down to the valley you will drive through the Dos Hermanos Valley with the limestone ‘Mogote’ cliffs towering above and make a short stop at the Pre-History Mural. This 120-meter-tall painting, one of the largest al fresco paintings in the world, was commissioned by Fidel Castro in 1961 and depicts the images of the pre-historical time in Vinales.

Take a stroll into the valley and visit the world-famous tobacco plantations where the guide describes the process of the production of the tobacco leaves for Cuba’s cigars. Visit a small local farm, meet the farmer and visit a special selection house where the tobacco leaves are graded for use in the different brands of Cigar when handmade at the factory. Enjoy a freshly prepared Cuban coffee or even a cigar at the farm!

Continuing to the El Palenque De Los Cimarrones, a cave in the cliffs that recreates one of the nomadic homes set up by runaway slaves and you can gain an insight into the Afro Cuba religion in Cuba in the 19th Century. The caves of El Indio are the next visit, which were discovered in 1920 and are thought to have been a refuge of the Guanahatabey Indians as well as a burial site! After a walk through the limestone caves system, enjoy a 400m boat ride that takes you out of the cool caves and back into the heat of the day.

You will then visit an artist project where a local farmer has created unique and amazing wood sculptures from roots and foliage found in the valley. Now a small museum his studio offers a fascinating insight into his work, that gradually is become recognised outside Cuba.

Lunch is planned at an organic farm restaurant at the Finca Paraiso, for an organic lunch platter. This family run cooperative farm is an award winning organic farm and you wil learn all about the farm practices whilst sitting on the terrace overlooking ‘Silencio’ Valley.

Late afternoon return to Havana arriving back into the city in the early evening.
✔ Highly recommended
✔ Suitable for the whole family

Group Tour to the UNESCO preserved Vinales Valley Tour

Departing from: Havana
Operates: Daily – **Cigar factory visit Monday – Friday only, closed on weekends
Excursion: Shared
Exploring Cuba’s stunning landscape at Viñales Valley, where you will get a taste of rural life in Cuba and absorb the totally unique scenery and enjoy a number of local sights.

Leaving Havana early in the morning, you will head west along the very quiet ‘autopista’ and gradually the hills emerge as you enter the western province of Pinar Del Rio famed throughout the world as the location of the very best tobacco plantations.

Visit the provincial capital of Pinar Del Rio City and see how cigars are made at a small local cigar factory** before continuing to Vinales. On arrival, you will stop at the viewpoint affording great photographic opportunities and then take a panoramic drive through the spectacular scenery of the Viñales Valley, and see the soaring limestone mountains known as ‘Mogotes’.

Enjoy a typical Cuban lunch in a countryside restaurant and there will be the opportunity for a subterranean boat ride through the limestone caves in the valley. Viñales Valley has one of the most

unique landscapes in the world and is only a few hours’ drive from Havana; don’t miss the opportunity for a great day in rural Cuba.

Please note that this excursion is a shared tour and operates only when a minimum number of guests have booked, therefore there remains a small possibility that alternative dates would be offered instead locally or the tour refunded, should it not operate on your chosen day.
✔ Suitable for the whole family

An Idyllic Day in the Countryside at the Las Terrazas National Reserve

Departing from: Havana
Operates: Daily
Excursion: Shared
Leaving Havana early in the morning an hour’s drive west will take you to the Las Terrazas National Reserve, an area of outstanding natural beauty. On arrival, there will be an introduction to this unique biosphere reserve, one of the most important in Latin America.

The day follows with a drive into the hills to visit the immaculately restored former French coffee plantation buildings dating back to the 19th Century. Here you will discover the fascinating history of Cuba’s coffee production an industry so closely linked to the slave trade and also admire the views across the reserve and over to the sea in the north.

Continuing the visit there will be time to explore the local lakeside village of Las Terrazas and meet some of the friendly local community. You can purchase a coffee at Maria’s coffee house so much better than Starbucks! Wander around the studio of the famous artist Lester Campa and visit the small pottery and handicraft stalls specializing in local handmade arts and crafts.

The more adventurous can pay a small supplement and embark on an exhilarating zip wire canopy tour through the tree tops and across the lake. Three long rides await with stunning views if you can keep your eyes open!

There will also be the chance to spend some time at the idyllic San Juan River where numerous pools allow the chance for a cooling swim in the clear waters or you can relax by the riverside and enjoy a few drinks at the local ‘ranchon’. The more active could take a walk further along the river banks and head towards the ruins of the La Victoria coffee plantations.

Lunch will be included during the day at one of the restaurants in the reserve, specialising in local cuisine. In the later afternoon as the day cools a transfer will take you back to Havana (approximate timings 8am to 5pm).

Optional Evening Extension
For a supplement of $38 per person, you can extend your stay at this most peaceful location and catch the late afternoon sun by the pool at the Moka Hotel or take a stroll to the lakeside bar the ‘Casa de Bote’ and relax as the afternoon turns to evening.

We can book you a table for dinner at the unique El Romero restaurant situated in the village and specialising in organic vegetarian cuisine. The El Romero sources its produce locally and is at the

forefront of the new well publicised Cuban cooking vibe. Or if you prefer an alternative restaurant, we can suggest the Farmers House, or Coffee Plantation restaurants.

After a relaxing full day, a transfer awaits to take you to Havana (approximate timings 8am to 9pm).
✔ Highly recommended
✔Suitable for the whole family

A Day in the Countryside at the Las Terrazas National Reserve + Soroa Botanical Gardens and Waterfall

Departing from: Havana
Operates: Daily
Excursion: Shared
The tour starts from the Rancho Curujey overlooking the lake where there will be an introduction to this unique biosphere reserve, one of the most important in Latin America.

The day follows with a drive into the hills to visit the immaculately restored former French coffee plantation buildings dating back to the 19th Century. Discover the fascinating history of Cuba’s coffee production an industry so closely linked to the slave trade and also admire the views across the reserve and over to the sea in the north.

Continuing the visit there will be time to explore the local lakeside village of Las Terrazas and meet some of the friendly local community. You can purchase a coffee at Maria’s coffee house so much better than Starbucks! Wander around the studio of the famous artist Lester Campa and visit the small pottery and handicraft stalls specialising in local handmade arts and crafts.

The more adventurous can pay a small supplement and embark on an exhilarating zip wire canopy tour through the tree tops and across the lake. Three long rides await with stunning views if you can keep your eyes open!

There will also be the chance to spend some time at the idyllic San Juan River where numerous pools allow the chance for a cooling swim in the clear waters or you can relax by the riverside and enjoy a few drinks at the local ‘ranchon’. The more active could take a walk further along the river banks and head towards the ruins of the La Victoria coffee plantations.

Lunch will be included during the day at one of the restaurants in the Reserve, specializing in local cuisine before we take the picturesque back roads to Soroa known as the “Rainbow of Cuba” due to the beauty and colours of the area! Visit the famous Orchidarium and botanical garden the largest in the Americas where up to 300 different species of Orchids can be found. Take a short trail through the tropical vegetation to the impressive Soroa waterfall, where there might be the chance to swim in the river.

Continuing the tour a visit will be made to the colonial country town of Candelaria, an opportunity to see a ‘real’ Cuban town away from the main tourist areas of Cuba. Wander through the streets of Candelaria and absorb the sights and sounds of a typical Cuban working town.

Returning to Havana in the late afternoon.

Included in the tour is transportation, local English speaking guide, entrance to Las Terrazas National Park and lunch in the Reserve, Soroa Orchidarium and Waterfall.
✔ Highly recommended
✔ Suitable for the whole family

Cocktail Making Lessons

Operates: Daily
Excursion: Private
Transfers: Not included
Learn how to make the perfect mojito and other Cuban speciality cocktails (and of course get to drink them!) in a local Havana old town bar. Children are allowed in the bars during the day when accompanied by parents, and can make non-alcoholic cocktails, but are unfortunately not permitted in the evening. Highly recommended for groups!
✔ Recommended for groups or large families with older children
✔ Suitable for the whole family
✔ Request your preferred time before travel (confirmed in Cuba after your arrival)

Old Havana Evening Tour, Cannon Ceremony and Dinner at Bodeguita del Medio

Departing from: Havana
Operates: Daily
Excursion: Shared
This evening tour introduces the main sights and amazing unique street life of Havana, with a stroll through the bustling streets and quiet squares of Old Havana, preserved by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site!

The tour will visit the historic and beautiful four main squares of Old Havana including ‘Plaza De Armas’ and ‘Plaza De La Catedral’ both dating back many Centuries. You will also pass by many important sights, including the impressive ‘Capitolio’ building, the former Presidential palace now the Museum of the Revolution.

Continuing to the Fortress of San Carlos overlooking Havana’s harbour you will learn a little about Cuba’s rich colonial past and witness the Canon Ceremony. Dating back to the 18th Century, the

Cannon is fired at 9pm every night with a ceremony symbolising the closing of the Harbour to protect Havana from pirates!

Watch the soldiers march out of the darkness dressed in their 18th Century military uniforms and prepare the cannon under torchlight to be fired in true military precision! Do the soldiers portray the act of the Spanish who built this fortress, the largest in the Americas, or the British who in fact ruled Havana for just over a year?

Return to the very heart of Old Havana for a most traditional Cuban dinner in the famous Bodeguita Del Medio restaurant, made famous by its close association with Ernest Hemingway and its recognition as the birthplace of the Mojito! Bring your marker pen to add to the graffiti on the wall.

Please note that this excursion is a shared tour and operates only when a minimum number of guests have booked, therefore there remains a small possibility that alternative dates would be offered instead locally or the tour refunded, should it not operate on your chosen day.
✔ Suitable for the whole family

Jazz at the Famous Zorra y Cuervo Club

Departing from: Havana
Open: Nightly
Probably the most well-known venue for jazz in Havana, this famous club offers an intimate environment in this basement venue notably marked by a red English telephone box at its entrance. Top jazz players perform here on a nightly basis in a cosy small club, often packed with Jazz aficionados from around the world.

Those who enjoy real gritty eclectic music will absolutely love a night down at the ‘Fox and Crow’ and the evening starts at 10 pm and continues until late. The venue is dark with low ceilings, can be cramped and has few seats, but the Jazz vibe is world renowned!

☆ Minimum age 18
☆ Approximate opening times 10.00pm – 3.00am, with live music from around 11pm
☆ Price includes: Transport to the venue, entrance to the show, 2 drinks
☆ Taxis are available outside for you to arrange your own transport home
✔ Adult only

Boleros and Trova at the Gato Tuerto Club

Departing from: Havana
Open: Nightly
One of the best-known music venues in Havana, this famous club offers an intimate environment in a quirky two storey house in the downtown Vedado district of the city. The venue is a well-known meeting point for local musicians, artists and intellectuals who flock to the venue to listen and join in with the varied music genres on offer at the club.

Enjoy a range of music from latin boleros, Cuban trova music, jazz and slow tempo latin ballads and mix and enjoy the company of some of Havana’s finest musicians in an intimate and welcoming atmosphere.

Those who enjoy a range of music will absolutely love a night down at the ‘One Eyed Cat’.

☆ Minimum age 18
☆ Approximate opening times 10.00pm – 3.00am
☆ Price includes: Transport to the venue, entrance to the club

☆ Taxis are available outside for you to arrange your own transport home
✔ Highly recommended
✔ Adult only

Havana Queens – Cuba’s Award-Winning Dance Group

Departing from: Havana
Open: Monday, Wednesday, Friday
Performing in the heart of downtown Havana at the Havana Libre Hotel, formerly the Hilton and the first HQ of Fidel Castro after the Revolution, the Havana Queens Dance group is a not to be missed event in Cuba.

They are a dance company that epitomises Cuba’s place in the global elite of music and dance. Established in 2012 they have quickly risen to the top and have a number of global awards under their belt including prestigious MTV, and Latin American Lucas awards.

With a varied style and a show that is full of surprises and includes salsa, rumba, son, cha cha, samba and breakdance with over 30 dancers performing. Enjoy an amazing and varied performance that is at the very forefront of the modern Cuba dance scene!

☆ Venue opens at around 09.00pm, show starts around 9.30pm and finishes around 10.45pm
☆ Price includes: Transport to the venue and entrance
☆ Taxis are available outside for you to arrange your own transport home
✔ Highly recommended
✔ Suitable for the whole family

An Evening at the Buena Vista Social Club

Open: Daily
Transfers: Not included
The remaining members of the world-famous Buena Vista Social Club perform every evening in an authentic Cuban music venue in an old classic Cuban taverna. Lots of fun, great music and a fantastic atmosphere! We recommend dinner at a nearby paladar before the show, ask us for a reservation ($7).

☆ Minimum age 16
☆ Approximate performance times opening times 9.30pm – 11.00pm
☆ Price includes: Entrance and welcome drink (dinner not included)
✔ Highly recommended
✔ Adult only (minimum age 16)

Club Tropicana Cuban Cabaret

Open: Nightly
Enjoy a night under the stars and spectacular dazzling lights at the historic and world famous Tropicana cabaret which has been an iconic part of Havana’s nightlife for 80 years. Enjoy the most beautiful dancers, exotic choreography and flashy carnival costumes and listen to the varied rhythms of Cuba whilst sipping your Cuba Libres made of course from Havana Club Rum

The original Tropicana Cabaret was inaugurated in Havana in 1939 and ever since then it became an iconic landmark that has enchanted visitors from all over the world. The open-air venue can accommodate up to 1750 people on decorated tables surrounded by tropical plants, palm trees and large glass arches.

☆ Minimum age 18
☆ Formal dress required
☆ Approximate opening times 8.30pm – 1.00am, with the performance starting around 10pm
☆ Price includes: Return private transfers from Havana accommodation, welcome drink, ¼ bottle rum,1 cola, cold nibbles (dinner not included)

Note that seating at the Tropicana is on large shared tables, rum, cola and nibbles are shared between guests sat at your table.

Why not ask us to book a table for dinner before the show at one of our favourite private restaurants – we suggest either La Fontana or La Cocina de Lilliam ($7 reservation charge, cost of meal and additional transfer paid locally).
✔ Adult only

A Night at the Parisien Cabaret at the Hotel Nacional de Cuba

Open: Nightly
Enjoy the vibrant and extravagant show at the Parisien Cabaret located in Havana’s iconic and majestic Hotel Nacional De Cuba, which is certainly worth a visit in itself. Follow in the footsteps of Frank Sinatra, Ava Gardner and Winston Churchill (amongst many), former guests at the Hotel Nacional de Cuba, which opened in 1930 in a commanding location overlooking the famous sea front promenade called the Malecón.

The Cabaret Parisien is a more intimate and cosy affair compared to the Tropicana, and you can enjoy a fusion of Indo American, Latino and African dancing which are the main elements of modern Cuban culture. For night owls after the main show has finished, you can stay on for some dancing!

It’s possible to enjoy dinner at the Hotel Nacional De Cuba before the show begins for a small supplement and a table can be booked at a choice of two restaurants:

o The ‘Barraca’ garden restaurant which affords views across to the ocean and specialises in traditional Cuban cuisine.
o The ‘Comedor de Aguiar’ restaurant which is located in a large, ornate dining room inside the hotel and offers an international menu in more sophisticated surroundings. Certainly, an experience of dated elegance and a step back in time to the heyday of the Hotel Nacional!

☆ Minimum age 18
☆ Formal dress required
☆ Performance starts around 10pm until 11.45pm, with the venue open after the show until around1.30am with music and dancing
☆ Price includes: Transport to the Hotel Nacional (guests to make their own way home at their preferred time), entrance to the show and welcome drink

If booking the show with a meal included, you will receive a 3-course set menu and selected drink with your dinner.
✔ Adult only

Ballet and Opera Performances

Transfers: Not included
Excellent quality ballet, opera and cultural music performances take place regularly throughout the year in the main theatres in Havana. Performance dates are published well in advance, however are often subject to change closer to the time. We therefore usually source tickets less than a month before, so please ask us around 3-4 weeks prior to departure about available performances during your stay in Havana.
✔ Highly recommended

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