Habana del Este
Havana's eastern reaches have several interesting sights. The Regla neighborhood has strong Afro-Cuban traditions, and nearby Guanabacoa is known for its excellent museum dedicated to Santería, an Afro-Cuban religion.
Hemingway fans must make the trip to the small fishing village of Cojímar—home to Gregorio Fuentes, Hemingway's friend and boatman—and Finca Vigía, Hemingway's home in San Francisco de Paula.
POINTS OF INTEREST
Museo Municipal de Regla
This museum offers insight into Regla's history. During the Revolution, this area was a rebel stronghold known as La Sierra…Learn More >
Museo Histórico Municipal de Guanabacoa
Installed in a handsome, if somewhat rundown, colonial mansion, this museum exhibits a comprehensive history of Guanabacoa, with emphasis on…Learn More >
Probably named for a West African Yoruba deity, this seafarers' and fishermen's enclave retains a rough vitality. Originally a camp…Learn More >