La Cabana is an 18th Century hilltop fortress complex at the entrance to the Bay of Havana. From the top you can take excellent photos of Old Havana. The fort is extremely well preserved but rather plain. I am not particularly into forts, so for me this was a so/so experience. Best part was the cigar shop at the front... 更多
This was the best museum that we went to in Havana. It is actually within one of the forts overlooking the harbor and city so great views and pictures. Can't recall name of that specific fort but you have to pay to get in there and then getting into Che's HQ is included. The museum is not large but has... 更多
We visited this as part of a general trip. It is a very peaceful place and gave an insight into his life. He is a national hero. It was interesting that there was not a tacky giftshop but only a bookshop. Great books which enable you to be more informed.
This is a very cool area of Havana, where Che Guevara set up headquarters. It overlooks the harbour and the city of Havana, so you get a really cool view of the city.
Our taxi driver took us there. We were so emotional to learn more in details about Che's history. It is a paradise for photographers. The mature ladies that run the place have dedicated their lives to keep history alive. Be humble and respectful of the place and the staff. Everyone speak their thruth. We visited this site back in December... 更多
Dating back to the end of the 2nd half of the 18th century, La Cabaña Fort was the largest fortification built by the Spanish in Latin America. It served as Che Guevaras headquarters in 1959. You can still see where his office was and there are several other rooms dedicated to totally different themes like Art and colonial memorabilia...
This is an interesting house. Does not impart much about Ché, AKA Ernie Lynch, (Wiki it) who appears to have been a divisive figure. Read both sides of the story before you buy the t-shirt, post card, sticker, photo. Humberto Fontova for a less idolising view.
I found La Cabana by chance while visiting the statue and entered, seeing no evidence of any entry fee. While inside, I was asked for 6 CUC without evidence that this was the charge and which was then pocketed. I asked for a ticket to prevent possible personal gain but was not given one. While the house is of interest... 更多
We visited a few places in Casa Blanca one morning & this was one of them. Plenty of military men were gardening the morning we went & there was a little hut in front of it taking money. I'm not sure what was inside, but we were happy to say we'd seen it & been there from the outside. Quickest... 更多
We didn't go into this attraction and, having just looked at the other reviews I'm glad we didn't. We had it pointed out to us by Ramon who took us out in his fabulous bright pink car for a few hours. Che definitely had a fabulous view from this place, situated very strategically right on top of the city.