Edificio Focsa (or Fosca Building) has the distinction of being the tallest building in Cuba. There are a lot of things to see and do In Havana so unless you've seen it all there is no need to go there if you are time restraint. You can take some nice pictures from the top of this building. Great views. You... 更多
June, 2016 -- We were here three different times on the 33rd floor at the La Torre. First time was for drink and the view. We went back two more times for the view and food. The steak was excellent. We had it both times we visited. The view is fantastic. The birds are flying around catching the wind currents... 更多
you can up to the restaurant, but its expensive, go to the bar instead and take a drink as you see the Havana, its better in sunrise then you can see the sun in the sea.
This is the tallest structure in Havana. The Vedado location 360-degree panoramic views of Havana from the restaurant at the top. The restaurant, La Torre is quite good and reasonably priced.
The views of Havana were great, the cocktails not so much. But what captured my attention more than the views of the city below us, were the many turkey vultures sailing around the building, nesting in the lower stories. Magnificent birds.
I'm glad this is way down on the list of things to do in Havana (less of a crowd). For me though, it was a better sunset than being on the Melancon itself. I surprised my fiancee with a trip to this bar. Good surprise. The top floor is divided into two sections, the seated restaurant (with table linens) on... 更多
Architecture Avant-garde from the late 1950's! By the time of its completion, it was one of the highest skyscrapers in Latin America. Go to la Torre sitting atop, and enjoy the most astonishing views of Havana City!
We had lunch at the bar in the top floor of this building. It has an amazing view! The pina colada was very good. The food was okay, but the view in it self makes it worth the visit.
It's popularly know as the TV building because that's what it houses and you need to get up to the top floor to see the best view of the crescent of the Malecon. It houses a casual bar/restaurant and a fine dining room. Cafe TV, is found through a dinky corridor on the ground floor and is great for lunch... 更多
I was told that the building was completed the some clients moved in just a few months before the triumph of the cuban revolution. the owner fled to miami and thus leaving luxury accomodations for people who were already here