Learn about the Cuban Revolution with this tour of Havana and find out about the movement that led Fidel Castro to power.
Havana Walking Tour
We'll meet at 10 am by the José Martí statue in the Central Park to start this tour of the Cuban Revolution. From there we'll walk down to the Bacardi building, the old headquarters of the famous brand of rum, and we'll tell you what happened to this stunning art deco building after 1959.
Then we'll walk past a grocery store and find out about the country's food rationing. We'll also find out about the relationship between the Cuban government and the Catholic Church in what is known as Operation Peter Pan, which transported over 14,000 children from Cuba to the United States.
Then we'll go to the Museum of the Revolution, where we'll see the Granma Yacht that Fidel Castro arrived in from Mexico and used in the Bay of Pigs invasion. When we leave the museum, we'll walk down to the Spanish Embassy and arrive at a primary school, where we'll learn about education on this Caribbean island since the Cuban Revolution.
The next stop will be the National Capitol Building. After admiring this landmark's impressive architecture, we'll catch a bus to the Plaza de la Revolución square. During the 20 minute journey we'll tell you all about the interesting history of this popular means of transport.
In Plaza de la Revolución we'll see its iconic building with the image of Che Guevara; one of the most prominent figures of the revolution. We'll finish the tour here at 1pm.
Museum of the Revolution
This tour doesn't include tickets to the Museum of the Revolution, which cost 10 Cuban pesos per person (around 10 dollars).
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Children under 12 years oldFree
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Tours or activities will not consist of more than 12 people per group.
A safe distance of one metre between clients will be maintained whenever possible.
Alcohol gel will be available before, during, and after the service.
All those running the service (guide, driver etc...) will wear a mask throughout its duration.
Handing out of printed material such as maps or brochures will be avoided.
The transport used will be disinfected before and after each service and deep-cleaned every 24 hours.
Showing your voucher on your phone will be enough, and it is not necessary to print anything.
Alcoholic drinks are not available.
The temperature of all attendees will be taken, and admission will be denied to those with a temperature of more than 37 degrees Celsius (99 Fahrenheit).
The activity takes place with a guide that speaks en english.
English, Spanish and French speaking guide.
Tickets to the Museum of the Revolution (10 Cuban pesos, around 10 dollars).
When to book?
You can book up until 10 hours before the activity as long as there are still places. Book now to guarantee your spot.
Type of voucher
Electronic. Show the voucher on your phone.
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Promotes local employment.
Has a gender equality policy.
Has a carbon footprint offset policy.
Frequently asked questions
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José Martí Statue (Central Park).