Havana (La Habana), Cuba
Art & Soul of Havana
USD USD USDPrice between $101-$150
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Approximately 8 Hours
Driving through Havana, there is no shortage of art and music, with Cuban artists representing some of the best visual and auditory visionaries in the world. Travel beyond the art galleries and explore the museum, and community projects that embrace the innovative artists who call Havana home. You will visit the Bellas Artes Fine Arts Museum to learn more about Cuban art and styles from an art expert working at the museum.
Travel to the neighborhood of Fusterlandia, where artist José Fuster has turned his community into a mosaic playground, with every inch of whimsical fantasy inspired by the works of Gaudí and Picasso. Lunch will be served at a local restaurant.
You will also visit the Muraleando community project, where local residents have used the Arts to improve their impoverished neighborhood. Centered around a 100-year-old water tank, Muraleando offers art, dance and music classes to the children of the community.
Stop at the Almacenes San José Market to enjoy free time to interact with the local artisans and vendors.
The Bellas Artes Fine Arts Museum is closed on Mondays and the tour will visit a substitute art gallery on these days. Guests may have to negotiate a couple of flights of steps during this tour. Wear comfortable walking shoes.
Tour times are estimates and may be subject to change. Tours may run in different order to provide the best experience.
Regulation Notes Regarding Tours:Pursuant to November 8, 2017 changes in U.S. regulations with respect to People to People travel authorization to Cuba, guests who wish to disembark in Cuba and do not qualify for other categories of authorized travel must participate in either a full-time group People to People program sponsored by either Holland America Line or a third-party U.S. sponsoring organization.
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.