This visit is highly specialized and devoted to the familiarization of the architectural heritage of colonial Havana. It was designed and made specifically for civil and religious use throughout the seventeenth, eighteenth, and nineteenth centuries, when it was under Spanish colonial rule. This has led to the many different styles we see, such as: Spanish, Moorish, baroque and neoclassical.

• A foot-tour from the historic center, with stops featuring the mural on the front of the museum, former home of Anton Recio, and some of the oldest housing places in Havana such as: The Captains General Palace, the Museum of the City today; Palace of the Segundo Cabo; El Templete, the same site as the foundation of the city; Cathedral of Havana; the houses of Aguas Claras, a contemporary restaurant called El Patio; and the archaeological remains of the Zanja Real.

• Take a Panoramic tour of Harbor Avenue where you will see parts of the wall that once surrounded the city, the Convent of San Francisco of Assisi, the Church of Paula, concert hall; Old tobacco factories, Palais Villalba; Palais Balboa; Church of Sant’Angelo ; Palace Aldama Streets; Street Mounted; Maison Calzada del Cerro; Quinta de los Molinos; Cemetery of Christophe Colon; Parish Carmel; Manoires and Villas of Linea y Vedado.

Duration: 3 hours Departures: Monday – Saturday 9:00am and 2:00pm / Sunday 9:00am


This tour will allow you to get to know the fortification system that has ensured the protection of the city of San Cristobal de La Habana, the course of its development, and the reason for why the city has become the most important commercial port of the New World. You will also learn why the historic center has been declared a UNESCO world heritage.

• Includes an explanation of the fortification system in the outer areas of the Museum del Castillo.

• Take a guided tour of the Museum del Castillo and Del Morro Fortress, currently known as the Museum of naval history.

• While you are walking, visit the fragments scattered around the old city wall.

• Visit La Cabaña and the Castle of Tres Reyes del Morro.

Duration: 4 hours Departures: Monday – Saturday 9:00am and 2:00pm / Sunday 9:00am


Tour the exotic architecture of Art Nouveau, which was in style in Havana between 1905 and 1915. The visitor can enjoy the rich Catalan imprints which still survive in the most popular areas as well as outside the city center.

• Palais Cueto; the Cardenas Street houses; El cetro de oro; Crusellas Houses, Palais Diaz Blanco; San Rafael Houses, Gervasio, Neptune and Almas; the tropical gardens; and Palais Dionisio Velasco.

Duration: 3 hours

Departures: Monday – Saturday 9:00am and 2:00pm / Sunday 9:00am


If you love Art Deco then this is the activity for you. Visit this cutting edge and specialized architecture that is dedicated to Art Deco. It has a strong French and New York influence, as both of them have had a considerable influence on Havana from the 1920s to the 1950s. In order to better distinguish the art, the main branches of the Art Deco are zigzag, the GRECO DÉCO, the classic modern, streamlined and rational, you will need to know this before going to these places:

Fausto Theatre Suarez Building Rodriguez Vasquez Building House of Emilio Azcue Lopez Serrano Building, Casa las Americas, Clemente Inclan Home, Casa de Francisco Argüelles, Casa de Manuel Lopez, Chavez,  Modern Poetry Building, Emilio Bacardi Building .

Duration: 3 hours Departures: Monday – Saturday 9:00am and 2:00pm / Sunday 9:00pm


Take a Panoramic tour featuring the architecture, to the west, outside the city walls, of the twentieth century. The guided tour describes the phases of expansion and how different styles, trends and movements represent the buildings of the time: The eclecticism, New History, Art Deco, International Style and Brutalism are among these periods. In order to better understand the emergence of these different styles, you will need to visit these places: The Presidential palace which is now Museum of the Revolution, Emilio Bacardi Building, Central Park, Grand Theater of Havana, IL CapitolioNational, The Malecón, The Rampa, National Hotel, FOCSA Building, Riviera, Hotel Miramar’s 5th Avenue, Cuban Schools of Art, The Tomb of Marianao, Place of the Revolution, University of Havana, Carlos III Street, Grand Masonic lodge, Church of the Sacred Heart of Jesus

Duration: 3 hours

Departures: Monday – Saturday 9:00am and 2:00pm / Sunday 9:00am

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