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Atlantic, take pictures in Revolution square where many political

rallies have been held, and take in the impressive capitol building –

modeled after the U.S. capitol in Washington, D.C. Continue to your

hotel for check-in. Tonight you will be taken to dinner in a vintage

American car to an acclaimed Paladar, a privately-owned restaurant,

for a fusion-style meal to inaugurate your first night in Havana. (L,D)




After breakfast at your hotel, set out on an

enlightening walking tour of Old Havana, a UNESCO World Heritage

Site, while participating in open dialogue with a local expert on the

area. Learn about the challenges of renovating the city’s exquisite

historic buildings, and see some of the area’s elegant restorations as

you stroll the charming cobblestone streets of Old Havana’s four

main plazas. Take part in an interactive cocktail demonstration and

sip on a tasty mojito. Then, get your dancing shows on for a one-hour

salsa lesson lead by professional Cuban dance instructors. Lunch

promises to be yet another delight for your tastebuds at a paladar in

Old Havana. Next, it's off to the Museum of the Revolution, housed in

the former Presidential Palace where you will see artifacts, weapons

and planes from the 1950’s. Discover the Almacenes de San Jose

Artisans’ Fair and Market where you can take your time to discover

the unique finds at this open-air crafts market situated on the

Port of Havana. Return to the hotel and get ready to explore Havana’s

night life and food scene at your own pace with time at leisure this

evening. (B,L)




This morning after breakfast embark on the day's

adventures starting with a visit to Finca Vigia, Hemmingway's winter

home from 1939 to 1960. It was built in 1886 and now serves as a

museum where visitors can see his 9,000-volume library, living

quarters, yacht “Pilar,”as well as the actual typewriter on which he

wrote some of his greatest works. Complete the tracing of

Hemmingway's footsteps with a visit to the fisherman's village of

Cojimar where you will take part in a lively exchange with local

fisherman. Then, head to the charming fishing village of Jaimanitas

to visit the home, workshop and gallery of world-renowned artist and

painter José Fuster, often called the “Picasso of Cuba.” Roofs, walls,

doorways and benches stretching for blocks around his studio are

adorned with his brightly colored sculptures and mosaics. Return to

the hotel to freshen up, then tonight enjoy a fine farewell dinner at a

local paladar with a meal that blends classic Cuban flavors with a

touch of modern kitchen styling. (B,L,D)


2017 - $1,919 Dec. 14

2018 - $1,999 Jan. 18; Feb. 1 & 15; Mar. 1, 15 & 29; Apr. 12 & 26

$1,792 May 10 & 24; Jun. 7 & 21; Jul. 5 & 19; Aug. 2, 16 & 30;

Sep. 13 & 27; Oct. 11 & 25

*Prices are per person based on double occupancy. Single room supplement

available upon request.

Our programs are catered to groups under the General License category for

people-to-people travel as outlined by the US Treasury Department.







Four Points Sheraton

Taxi cabs parked at the Revolution Square

An authentic cuban sandwich on pressed medianoche

bread with pork, ham, cheese, pickle, and mustard




After breakfast this morning, you will be

transferred to the airport in Havana for your return flight home with

near endless moments to cherish and memories to share from

your Havana Then and Now people-to-people travel experience in

Cuba. (B)

(B) Breakfast - (L) Lunch - (D) Dinner

The included features for this program can be found on page 5. Tour

includes 8 meals: Breakfast daily, 2 lunches and 1 dinner.