Visit Havana Province

The Havana Province of Cuba is a vibrant, exciting area full of culture and history. It is the capital city of the country, and it has a unique colonial architecture that cannot be found anywhere else in the world. Visitors can explore Old Havana, where they can stroll through cobblestone streets lined with colorful buildings and take in the sights and sounds of Cuban life.

Tourists can visit El Morro Castle, which was built by Spain to protect its port in 1590; or they may choose to visit La Cabana Fortress, a former prison that offers great views over Havana Bay.

Another interesting historical fact about Havana Province is that it was founded by Spanish conquistador Diego Velazquez de Cuellar on November 16th, 1519 - making it one of the oldest cities established in Latin America.