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Capital of Cuba

Capital of Cuba is Havana, which is the heart of Cuba. Cuba is a Caribbean island located between the Caribbean Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean, 150 km south of Key West, Florida.
It comprises of mostly flat to rolling plains, with rugged hills and mountains in the southeast. From the bright Spanish colonial architecture of the Old Town, to the astonishing demolition of Havana Centro, it is a city of stalwart survivors and masterful musicians, who rock enthusiastically to the compact beat of the rumba.

Time to go to Havana

The city rocks and attracts tourists through out the year, with winter (December to April) being the island's peak tourist season. Havana is the choice of Canadians and Europeans mainly, who come in search of the southern sun. The local beaches remain crowded by the Cubans, who take their holidays in July and August. Christmas, Easter, and the period around 26 th July, when it is the anniversary of Cuban revolution, the city remains chock-full.

Tourist spots in Havana

•  Havana possesses one of the best natural harbors n the Caribbean, and the beaches of Havana are as exotic as possible with the attractive Spanish culture.

•  Though less colorful and metropolized, Havana remains safe and packed with an overabundance of interesting museums. Colon necropolis, which is considered among the most important around the world due to the richness in art pieces it encloses, constitutes another place of interest worth-visiting in the city.

•  One of the most extra ordinary buildings of Havana is the Capitol, which treasures under its dome the Statue of the Republic, the third tallest of its kind in the world.

•  The Gran Teatro de La Habana concentrates a great amount of the best cultural spectacles while the Paseo del Prado tree-lined walkway receives daily hundreds of people of this joyful and cosmopolitan city.

•  Havana's theater activity counts on a very enthusiast public and a number of theaters among which the National Theater, having several rooms, Mella, Hubert de Blanck, America, and Amadeo Roldán are some, which stand out.

Havana the capital of Cuba is a crumbling, withering, exotic and alive city . It happens to be the second largest city in the Caribbean and the center of attraction of Cuba. Havana still stands strong as it was 100 years back. Today even after the little damage by the country's war and revolution, the streets of Havana are dominated by the American automobiles from the 50's and 60's. The night life of Havana is mind blowing with exclusive music, cinemas, historic theaters, cabarets and nightclubs. The so-called extraneous city built beyond the ancient walls, shows multiple architectural styles, renaissance, Moorish, colonial baroque and Cuban baroque. Cuban music, expression of the synthesis of several cultures that identifies the Cuban is widely represented in everyday life and goes beyond the geographical frontiers to captivate people in scenarios all over the world.