Chateau Blanc is located close to many key local attractions including, Old Havana, the Museum of the Revolution, the Capitol, the Malecón, and the famous Partagás Cigar Factory, along with shopping at the popular Almacenes de San José Art Market. Within minutes you can be in the heart of the city where you can grab a drink or dinner, or simply walk the streets and soak in the culture. Our well acquainted staff will be able to make recommendations and organize any personal request.
Fábrica de Tabacos
See where and how the world renowned Habanos are made. From the harvesting of tobacco, to the hand rolling process, to packaging in the famous stamped cedar boxes, learn how these works of art are created.
Visit the home of Cuba’s most famous expatriate, Ernest Hemingway, where he lived for over two decades and where he penned some of his most famous works, including For Whom the Bell Tolls and The Old Man and the Sea.
Fusterlandia is the home, studio and museum of Havana’s most famous contemporary artist, José Rodriguez Fuster. Come see this unique art “neighborhood”, with its colorful tiled buildings, pathways and fountains.
Museo de la Revolución
Experience Cuban history in this exhibit hall devoted to the revolutionary war and to the country’s post-1959 history. You an also learn about the pre-revolutionary history of Cuba, including the War of Independence against Spain.
Fortaleza de San Carlos de
The third-largest historical military fortress in the Americas, this 18th-century marvel is located on the elevated eastern side of the harbor entrance in Havana and is home to the nightly firing of the cannons, known as “El Cañonazo de las Nueve”, signaling the closure of the gates in the city wall.
This lush city park alongside the Almendares River is a nature lover’s paradise and a five minute walk from Chateau Blanc. The park is part of the famed Bosque de la Habana (Havana Forest) and boasts an amphitheater, children’s playground, and leisure sports such as mini golf and boating.
Fábrica de Arte (F.A.C)
Located minutes from Chateau Blanc in Vedado, the Cuban Art Factory, is a soulful combination of art, music, dance and theater. Complete with with bars, dance floors and a theater, this is a must see on your list and the center of the growing Cuban art scene.
Almacenes de San José
Havana’s art scene is as hot as the summer temperatures and the Almacenes de San José Art Market is the best place to score some beautiful and well priced art, including paintings, sculptures, and other works.
Havana Club Rum Museum
Take a journey to learn the origin of Cuba’s most famous spirit and the inspiration behind the island’s iconic staple – the daquiri. The museum offers a unique opportunity to observe the the rum-making process, as well as a taste of the soul of Cuba.
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