Cuba Travel

Routes and Walks in Cuban Capital

Posted July 28, 2003 by publisher in Cuba Travel.


Havana.- Tours of parks, squares and museum in Havana’s Historic Heart form part of a cultural project known as Routes and Walks.

According to experts, the routes consist of free visits to museum, including the Camera Obscura, the Lumiere Cinematographic Center and exhibits such as “Para no olvidar” and “Desafío de una utopia”, among other interesting offers.

The transport and evocation routes include visits to the Mambi coach, the City Museum and the Museum of Colonial Art, as well as Jose Martí Birth House and the Monument of Havana’s Royal Prison, respectively.

The walks consist of theme tours to different places, with specialized guides who recreate the city life in general.

The walks include visits to archeological excavations and other places of interest, as well as getting in touch with the work of painters and ceramists during visits to galleries, workshops and studios.

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