Great value shore excursions, prices lower than the cruise lines
We guarantee to get you back to your ship on time
Full refund if your ship doesn't port for any reason
Professional, English-speaking tour guides
Filter / Sort by
Havana is probably the most exciting city in Latin America managing to be both seedy and stylish. The province owes its growth and prosperity to the almost natural perfection of its harbour. The stomping ground for swashbuckling pirates, a heavily fortified slave port for the Spanish and a lucrative gambling capital for the North American Mafia, Havana has survived everything that has been thrown at it and still found time to innovate. Havana’s greatest attraction is its earthy authenticity. This is no trussed-up tourist resort or cynically concocted amusement park. There are museums here, of course, along with beautifully preserved palaces, top-notch hotels and rather tasty restaurants. But walk a couple of blocks north of leafy Parque Central and you’ll suddenly find yourself on the set of a real-life Elia Kazan movie, a dusty 1950s time warp where working-class mothers still go shopping with their hair in rollers and young kids play baseball in the street with sticks and rolled-up balls of plastic.
Please enter an email address