The Cuban capital, tourist destination par excellence of the largest of the Antilles, offers a real combination of proposals that range from the traditional sun and beach offers up to those aimed at specific segments of visitors. The city stands in a mixture of architectural styles that include the Renaissance, art deco, Mudejar, Baroque, Neo-classicism, eclecticism, art nouveau and the Cuban baroque, in addition to being the center of the cultural panorama of the country.
Some three dozen museums, 10 art galleries, 25 theaters and unique institutions as the National Ballet of Cuba and the House of the Americas endorse that position, to also serve as the headquarters of numerous international film festivals, dance, plastic arts and literature, among other manifestations. Meanwhile, those who opt for a meeting with the traditional rhythms Cubans - among them the are, danzón, bolero and cha cha cha-, have at their disposal the facilities of spaces as the Habana Café, the Pico Blanco and nightclubs of the stature of the Copa Room, Parisién and the world-famous Cabaret Tropicana, with its lounge under the stars.
In addition, events of the most varied areas find space in the premises of the old city, where more and more establishments that create facilities for the so-called business tourism, shows the growing interest of foreign entrepreneurs by the trade with the island. The international tourism also has in its favor with major medical institutions, dedicated to improving the quality of life with treatments of last generation, accompanied by several kilometers of excellent beaches toward the east.
The capital is also the scene of unique works as the Capitol of Havana, considered by the specialists among the six palaces of greater relevance to the global level. Among the treasures of the installation is the statue that symbolizes the Republic, sculpted by the Italian Angelo Zanelli and imposes the respect conferred on it as the third biggest indoor sculpture in the world.
There is also the neighborhood of El Vedado, the heart of the capital, which takes its name from existing prohibitions in the XVI century to open roads in that area impenetrable, forest cover that hindered any access hostile toward the village of San Cristobal de La Habana. The main area of the Vedado is La Rampa, 5 blocks covering among its attractions to the famous Nacional Hotel is built on a terrace that in colonial times it was a strategic military enclave, as well as the Habana Libre. Once, the city was also known as the City Antemural of the West Indies and key from the New World until reaching the current times with its historic center declared Patrimony of the Humanity by UNESCO.
A wide hotel infrastructure and services, with more than 10 thousand rooms, support the management of the sector in the capital, with the potential for almost all the modalities of the activity, including the business trips, cultural tourism, incentives and meetings.