Havana Cuba is a stunning Caribbean destination to explore. Every nook and corner of Havana is painted in bright colors, has interesting history, lovely people and beautiful architecture. Continue reading to find some of the unseen pictures of Havana – true, beautiful and the raw. These photos of Havana will make you re-think about how you perceive the city, at-least it did to me. Most of the us know of vintage cars in Havana Cuba and may be its political past. But did you know that other then being a Spanish speaking country, Cuba also has a long connection with Spain and that it remained a loyal ally of the Spaniards for centuries. Here it is – 25 unseen pictures of Havana Cuba that will make you fall in love!
Unseen Photos of Havana Cuba
Let’s start with some of the known bits of Havana. These vintage and classic cars of Havana are a real treat! Most tourists love to visit Cuba for these wonderful experience of riding in an 1950 Cadillac or one of the pretty colored vintage cars.
Showstopper! I meant the cars in Havana Cuba
Streets Photos of Old Havana Cuba are a real treat. Whether you are visiting Vieja Havana or Centro Havana, you will be surprised at every corner. Take a look at these Old Havana Cuba streets and fall in love
How cool is Cuba? This picture of El Cristo is unique. Cubans believe the statue of Lord Christ is holding a mojito and cigar and thus enjoying life 🙂
El Cristo is located on a hill top overlooking the bay of Havana. From up the hilltop, you can see the port of Havana. Look at this amazing view of the port (El Malecon)
If you are focusing on sightseeing in Havana city, Old Havana squares cant be missed. There are 4 squares in Havana and each one reminds of the rich Spanish heritage of Cuba.
Are you looking to add some interesting spots to your sightseeing in Havana Cuba? Look for this Spanish Mural in Old Havana
Don’t forget the Grand Theatre of Havana – Ballet was one of the arts that was encouraged by the Cuban government post revolution.
Hamel’s Alley – The cradle of Afro-Cuban past, colorful alleys and music haven
The Revolution Museum – Learn all about Cuba’s past and why it is at its present stage
Looking for some itinerary inspiration, read my post on 3 Days Havana Itinerary
Regardless of its history, Cuba is very special. The amount of joy I have seen in people’s eyes is unthinkable. Such a safe place, people are warm and welcoming and women – they are encouraged to live a free life and are so liberated and this feeling is uncomparable to any place on earth.
Hotels in Havana Cuba are so magnificent, its like re-living a slice of history
Food and drink in Cuba is also their unique selling point. Try their beef dish (roopa vieja) or their delicious mojito or cappuccino. Look for some pretty side cafes for their local Cuban (casa paladar) experience.
Stunning rooftop evenings and views from Havana Cuba
I hope these pictures of Havana Cuba made you re-think about Havana. It is a safe place to visit and experience something unique. Be sure to add some of these spots to your Cuba travel itinerary.