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Your Cuba itinerary: 5 days

Day 1: Havana

We recommend starting your Cuba itinerary with a walking tour of Havana, either self-guided or with a private guide:

  • Visit Old Havana, Plaza de Catedral and the Catedral de la Habana
  • Walk the Calle Mercaderes and pop into museums like the Museo del Tabaco
  • Make your way to Centro Habana and the Revolution Museum
  • Take a stroll along the Malecón, Havana’s 4-mile long seafront boulevard

Where to stay: Select a luxury hotel such as the Hotel Saratoga, which has a rooftop pool, or a character-filled budget option such as the boutique Residencia Santa Clara in the Old City.

Transportation: You can easily walk to all the sights in Havana, but if you need a rest, hail one of the city’s iconic 1950s cars that have been turned into taxis.

Day 2: Havana

  • See the portrait of Che Guevara on the outside the Ministry of the Interior building at Plaza de la Revolución
  • Browse the Necropolis Cristobal Colon, a mini-city of 800,000 elaborate and ornate tombs of Cuba’s wealthiest families
  • Castillo de San Salvador de la Punta and Castillo de los Tres Reyes del Mago for sea views and captivating exhibits

Day 3: Viñales

It’s a 2-3-hour drive into the countryside to the town and valley of Viñales in the Pinar del Rio region.

  • Use the hop-on, hop-off bus Viñales Bus Tour (about 90-minutes roundtrip) to explore the Valley of Viñales, a UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Get off at the Hotel Jazmines and have something to eat in the café with its panoramic views
  • Continue your bus tour where you’ll make a stop at Palenque de Los Cimarrones, a cave turned into a bar

Where to stay: Home stays and ranches form the core of the town’s accommodation and provide an authentic insight into Cuban life. Our recommendations are Hotel Rancho San Vicente with its spacious rooms and swimming pool, and Villa Los Reyes, which has a bar, restaurant and rooftop terrace.

Transportation: Buses to Viñales depart from Havana’s main station twice a day. You could also travel by private taxi, which is more expensive but convenient if you want to stop to take photos.

Day 4: Viñales

  • Go on a guided walking, cycling or horse-riding tour to see tobacco and coffee plantations, lakes and caves
  • Cool off at Cayo Jutias Beach (a 2-hour drive). Reach it by private taxi, taxi colectivo or as part of a guided tour
  • Dance salsa in the evening with locals at Centro Cultural Polo Montanez near the main plaza

Day 5: Havana

  • Visit Ernest Hemingway’s beautifully preserved home of 20 years, Finca Vigía where he wrote The Old Man and the Sea

At the end of the day, you can fly home from Havana or consider extending your Cuba vacation with time spent in the city of Cienfuegos, known for its architecture and history, or Varadero with its incredible beaches.