The country’s capital and economic and cultural center, Havana is, above all, synonymous for pleasure and entertainment. Bordered on the north by the sea--an essential part of its magnificent beaches to the east--with surroundings marked by the most colorful eclecticism and a hospitable and cheerful people, clearly humane and recognized in its Caribbean environment where, undoubtedly, it stands out as a large city of more than two million inhabitants.
The City of the Columns, as defined by Cuba’s Cervantes Literature Prize winner Alejo Carpentier, Havana has an historic central area that has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, and symbols that are, at the same time, those of Cuba, like the Tres Reyes del Morro Castle, the Cathedral with its beautiful square, the Floridita and La Bodeguita del Medio restaurants, and the aromatic Habanos
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