If you have a choice between this and Fusterlandia, hands down Fusterlandia wins! But if you can do both, this is an interesting spot. The art is inspired by Afro-Cuban religion, so much of it is altars to the gods or portraits of the gods. That's not my cup of tea. There are a lot of hustlers around who want... 更多
We stopped here on a bici tour that was in its own an adventure. The alley has all sorts of crazy art work with my favourite being the bath tubs of the little prince. Unfortunately you have to pay a tip to the locals to show you a short tour of the alley, when we did so our guide got... 更多
This is a street that has been reclaimed by the Afro-Cuban community, and every surface is covered by the murals of artist Salvador Gonzáles Escalona. Luckily for us, it was Sunday, the day this ‘high temple’ to Afro-Cuban culture pulsates with loud, wild rumba music. The community were all dressed in white, gyrating and testifying simultaneously, having an evangelical time... 更多
Go here on a Sunday around midday and you will be treated to a fantastic demonstration of rhumba music and dance. An all-female band pumped the place with solid rhumba for a good hour. During that time, some of musicians ducked off, changed into costume and came back to dance. Best ignore the touts offering all sorts of souvenirs. Make... 更多
A trip to Cuba wouldn’t be worth it without some music, after all this is the home of Mambo; Salsa’s father and the root of so much music comes from here. We found out that the Buena Vista Social Club had kinda turned into Wu-Tang, where if even just one member is present, that band/show will get branded as “Buena... 更多
This place is no usually at the regular tourist list, since it is not easy to find. I've heard about it from 2 locals and at the end decided to go and visit a place with one local. It is a street between two streets with unique art full of history. Girl explained me all history about Callejon de Hammel... 更多
this is a funky small walking street with a lot of folk art around - there are locals walking around ready to give information but be wary because they will march you right into the bar/restaurant and drinks or food will be on you!
I was here during the week so I missed the music but it was nice to actually go to a place that I heard about on tripadvisor and actually being there was nice. I learned a bit more about Afro Cuban culture . will comeback here on a Sunday to watch the shows
Not everyone's cup of tea and I would not go out of my way to get here. I read that Sunday is the day to as musicians play freely throughout the street. Went on a weekday and there was still people hawking CD's and I'm not sure if the money will go directly to the art foundation or not...donated a... 更多
This was good place to visit to checkout the local AfroCuban art and the work Salvador Gonzales. The people there were nice and informative on all the work they do there, The work of Salvador Gonzales were beautiful also another artist Danny had some great smaller pieces that I ended up purchasing. If you can go check it out.