Vieja Havana is the old part of the Havana. It has plazas and cobble-stoned streets, many of which are pedestrian-only. This is the heart of the city. There are people, art, music, and dancing everywhere you turn. On one side is the port of Havana and the start of the Malecon. Within the area of Vieja Havana are several plazas with cathedrals, old architecture and so many surprises to see. This is also where you will find Opisbo Street along with several museums.
What a fun place to visit. Love the statue!
I liked that statue called “”Conversation” too.
Did you see the one of Mother Teresa over by the Church by the bears?
I missed it as I didn’t go right around the Church.
Love the architecture and style of those old buildings!
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I a really looking forward to a visit there myself.