Havana Travel Guide: Cuba Libre! 2 Manuscripts in 1 Book, Including: Havana Travel Guide and History of Havana
Written by admin on January 6, 2021
2 Manuscripts in 1 Book, Including: Havana Travel Guide and History of Havana!
Havana Travel Guide: Cuba Libre! Let the Cultural History of Havana Guide You Through the Authentic Soul of the City
Go to the essence of the place: The sights, smells, tastes and sounds that make Havana unique.
“Havana Travel Guide” by Carlos Fernando Alvarez takes readers to the most charming streets of the city, presenting the best kept jewels in every corner. A detailed insight into the fast-evolving worlds of food, wine, pastry, coffee, beer, fashion, design, beautiful weather, beaches, rich history and music. Cuba offers you some of the best things that you could ever ask for.
Havana is a unique city in its own right, with its artistic influxes, and a unique romantic glamor of Spanish colonial influence that makes it incomparable with other Caribbean cities. Take a tour through the beautiful landscapes, the caves and powdery white sands of the Havana beaches. Drive through the city in a 50s style vintage car on a Havana Day tour. Take a picturesque walk on one of the many places listed in this guide, hang out on 23rd Street and other amazing locations. Find out the best bars to hang out or just enjoy the beautiful sunset in the city.
You will learn the following:
Things to do and places to go
Havana day tours
Havana restaurants and Paladares
Selection of the best beaches in Havana
History of Havana: Cuba Libre! Havana’s History from Christopher Columbus to Fidel Castro
Are you planning to visit Havana for your next vacation, to cool off your brain as you learn about Havana’s culture and history?
This book “History of Havana: Cuba Libre!” by Carlos Fernando Alvarez is the right reading resource to quench your historical thirst on Havana.
This book details the discovery and establishment of Havana and shows the people behind Havana’s establishment and the specific timelines. It also captures the location, the colonial masters and the activities therein.
As is with other books, this book gives all the basic historical information about Havana; however, the book summarizes and compresses all the facts into six easy to read chapters.
The book is meant to give quick and insightful information. The tone and format are reader friendly. The book relates well with day-to-day modern city experience and a guide to aspiring visitors or tourists.
You will learn about the following:
The discovery and the establishment of Havana
The attacks and how the colonial administrations responded
The century of peace
The seven years of war because of political and economic alliances
How foreign invasion affected the economic and demographic landscape
Havana under the rule of Fidel Castro
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By Carlos Fernando Alvarez