Confluence of history, culture, architecture and monuments, union of Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Ocean, amazing harbours, high lurking elevations and a tropical climate showcase the elegant texture of Havana. Havana, the capital of Cuba is the biggest city in the Caribbean and a standout amongst the most socially rich urban bounties on this planet. The city's appreciation about its magnificent colonial past is on the display for its visitors; travellers visit castles, cathedrals and historical centres to enjoy the richness of the region. Art, history and cultures are cherished here; native people adore music and dance and spill its seeds in clubs and at cultural sites. The city brags a portion of the world's best expressive dance schools in the Caribbean.
It is easy to spot shimmering markets, dining scenes, and poets arranging their words to form compelling phrases. The long, sparkling coastline offers about 15 km of fabulous shorelines and unbridles coral reefs that can be appreciated both above and beneath the ocean. For those looking for an urban desert spring, Lenin Park's 670 hectares of green land is enough to give you a lot of space to commune with nature.
Quaint beaches are the real snorkelling paradise that asks its visitors to unfold their mats and cuddle on the shoreline. Families and children love to have a joy ride to experience the magic of the sun, sand, reefs and clouds while enjoying the local food and drinks. The vibrant marine life and view is spectacular for nature watching; visitors roam around the streets to buy sea shells and gems. Deep sea fishing and marine habitat is simply astonishing; water enthusiasts watch several types of sea species while boating along.
To explore unique enclaves and picturesque fishing villages in and around Havana, visitors move to Santa Fe, Cerro, Cotorro and Boyeros, which are diverse in their styles and wealthy in their architectures. They enjoy classical built and Colonial and Baroque apartments along with the Habana Vieja, El Morro Castle, harbours, and marble statue of Christ, the Malecon/Sea wall, sunset point, and other landmarks of the region. No doubt, this region needs cerebral attention to the elements of nature.
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