Old Havana

The colonial period, lasting nearly 400 years, gave Habana much of the Spanish colonial architecture that distinguishes it and led the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) to designate the colonial core of the city, Old Havana, as a World Heritage Site in 1982.

While visiting the old part of Havana, Habana Vieja, you will notice the Spanish influences and how beautiful the buildings are renovated with the money of UNESCO and the historians office

Habana Vieja is also the part of Havana when you love terraces and live music, it is the most touristical part of Havana but really worth a day or two from your trip to Cuba.