Take a trip to a city with a thriving music scene, a revolutionary atmosphere, and some of the finest examples of Spanish colonial architecture in the Americas. Capital of the largest island in the Caribbean, Havana is rich in history and culture; its revolutionary tales washed down with the infamous rum, cigars and salsa, this is a town with something for everyone. Footprintfocus Havana will show you how to make the most of this incredible city, whether it's sensing the nostalgia of rustic buildings in the Old City or admiring the Spanish-era palaces that are now public museums. Written by Latin America expert Sarah Cameron, the guide includes a Background section with fascinating insights into the city's colourful culture and history.
Includes practical advice on getting to and around the city.
Highlights map so you know what not to miss.
Comprehensive listings including where to eat, sleep, and have fun.
Detailed street maps for the city and other important towns and sights.
Slim enough to fit in your pocket. Loaded with advice and information, this concise Footprintfocus guide will help you get the most out of the Havana without weighing you down. The content of Footprintfocus Havana guide has been extracted from Footprint's Cuba Handbook.
After a degree in Latin American Studies, Sarah Cameron has been travelling and writing on the continent ever since, both as an economist and as an author for Footprint. Initially moonlighting for the South American Handbook, while working for a British bank, in 1990 she parted company with the world of finance and has been contributing to the expansion of Footprint titles ever since. Sarah now concentrates solely on the Caribbean and is the author of Footprint's Caribbean Islands Handbook. When she is not travelling around the Caribbean sampling beaches and rum cocktails, she retreats to her 17th-century farmhouse in rural Suffolk.