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Havana

El Capitolio, Havana

Flights to Havana

Addictive mix of culture, history and rum

Classic American cars in pastel shades, women smoking huge cigars and the captivating aroma of Havana rum... Book flights to Havana and go back in time in Cuba’s capital. Visit the Museo de la Revolución and follow the Hemingway Trail. While the sounds of salsa resonate through the streets, sit down at an outdoor café and order the national cocktail, the Cuba Libre. Havana will surely fascinate you!

Discover the Vedado and Miramar neighbourhoods

Every facet of Havana is enchanting. Communism has caused time to stand still here and it shows in the streets. Highlights include the 19th-century buildings in the El Vedado neighbourhood, and the Miramar district, where you can admire magnificent colonial mansions. Or follow the Hemingway Trail, that takes you along some of the favourite places of this world-famous writer. Havana is the ideal destination for a city trip and the perfect starting point for a longer holiday in Cuba. Expect to be surprised: book a flight to Havana now!

Enjoy art, culture and the beach

The heart of Havana is Plaza de la Catedral. This bustling square is home to the most beautiful church in the city. Take a seat on a bench and enjoy the ever-present street musicians and dancers. The square also regularly hosts small markets where intricate handmade artworks are sold. Fancy some sun, sea and sand? Plan a day at the beach in Varadero, Cuba's most famous resort town. Varadero is also called Playa Azul, which means blue beach.

Flights to Havana for a unique city trip

Looking for a cheap flight to Havana? With KLM, your holiday begins the moment you step onboard. Your journey will fly by with your own entertainment set on intercontinental flights: free films, games and music. Enjoy our selection of snacks or a tasty dinner and drinks. Add in our many handy extra services (some available for a supplement) and you’ll be in Cuba before you know it.

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Practical info about Havana

Jose Marti International Airport

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Getting around the city

How to get around in Havana

 

Visa and health care

Visa and health information

Currency

The official currency is the Cuban Peso (CUP), divided into 100 centavos, but the 'tourist' currency is the Peso Convertible (CUC), which replaces the US Dollar as currency in tourist-related establishments like hotels, restaurants and so called 'dollar shops'. US Dollars are no longer accepted as payment.

Time

Local time is GMT -5.

Electricity

Most older hotels use 110-volt power, while newer hotels use 220 volts. A variety of outlets are in use, but the flat and round two-pin plugs are most common.

 

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