Havana (La Habana), Cuba
An Afternoon Stroll through Old Havana
USD USDPrice between $51-$100
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Approximately 4 Hours
Enjoy an afternoon stroll through part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Old Havana. Visit the Plaza de Armas and the Plaza de la Catedral, two of the main plazas each with its own set of architectural characteristics, vendors, street performers and musicians.
You’ll also have the pleasure of visiting the Retazos Dance Company. Dance is an essential part of Cuban popular culture, social, religious and family life. You'll experience a contemporary dance performance combining ballet and afro-cuban dance and appreciate their artistic creations as one of the most admired contemporary dance companies in Latin America. After the dance performance, you will have the opportunity to talk to the dancers and learn about their training, careers and everyday life in Cuba.
Complete your day with a light dinner at a local restaurant.
Not advisable for guests using a wheelchair or for those with mobility limitations. Walking is required on uneven ground. Tour times are estimates and may be subject to change. Tours may run in different order to provide the best experience. Time between daytime and evening tours is limited. You will not miss the evening tour, but you may not have time for dinner onboard.
Tour times are estimates and may be subject to change. Tours may run in different order to provide the best experience. Time between daytime and evening tours is limited. You will not miss the evening tour, but you may not have time for dinner onboard.Regulation Notes Regarding Tours:
Pursuant to recent changes in U.S. regulations with respect to people to people travel authorization to Cuba, guests who made cruise reservations on or after June 16, 2017, and wish to disembark in Cuba, must participate in a full-time HAL-guided group program. Guests who made cruise reservations prior to June 16, 2017 are not required to participate in a full-time HAL-guided group program, and may travel in Cuba under the "self-guided" people to people authorization.
After guests have completed their required full time schedule of people to people activities, they are welcome to explore Cuba on their own or participate in evening HAL excursions (not designed to be people to people programs).
This tour is designed to be in compliance with People to People guidelines.
The community project associated with this tour is included to promote further understanding and interaction with the Cuban people. As is the fluid nature of community projects in Cuba, the location and type of community project visited may vary to provide the best experience for our guests.