Addictive mix of culture, history and rum
Classic American cars in pastel shades, women smoking huge cigars and the captivating aroma of Havana rum... Book flights to Havana and go back in time in Cuba’s capital. Visit the Museo de la Revolución and follow the Hemingway Trail. While the sounds of salsa resonate through the streets, sit down at an outdoor café and order the national cocktail, the Cuba Libre. Havana will surely fascinate you!
Discover the Vedado and Miramar neighbourhoods
Every facet of Havana is enchanting. Communism has caused time to stand still here and it shows in the streets. Highlights include the 19th-century buildings in the El Vedado neighbourhood, and the Miramar district, where you can admire magnificent colonial mansions. Or follow the Hemingway Trail, that takes you along some of the favourite places of this world-famous writer. Havana is the ideal destination for a city trip and the perfect starting point for a longer holiday in Cuba. Expect to be surprised: book a flight to Havana now!Book a flight to Havana
Enjoy art, culture and the beach
The heart of Havana is Plaza de la Catedral. This bustling square is home to the most beautiful church in the city. Take a seat on a bench and enjoy the ever-present street musicians and dancers. The square also regularly hosts small markets where intricate handmade artworks are sold. Fancy some sun, sea and sand? Plan a day at the beach in Varadero, Cuba's most famous resort town. Varadero is also called Playa Azul, which means blue beach.
Flights to Havana for a unique city trip
Looking for a cheap flight to Havana? With KLM, your holiday begins the moment you step onboard. Your journey will fly by with your own entertainment set on intercontinental flights: free films, games and music. Enjoy our selection of snacks or a tasty dinner and drinks. Add in our many handy extra services (some available for a supplement) and you’ll be in Cuba before you know it.
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Since Barack Obama and Raúl Castro shook hands at a summit in Panama, Cuba is getting ready for a new American invasion - a peaceful one this time. It won’t be too long before the Caribbean island is flooded with American tourists. For now, Cuba is still a wonderful time capsule where progress seems to have stood still for half a century. Visit now, before it is too late.
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Ernest Hemingway instantly fell in love with Cuba when he sailed there in 1932 to go on a fishing trip. The American Pulitzer and Noble Prize winner roamed the world, from Chicago and Milan to Paris and Key West, but nowhere did he spend as much time as he did here: he lived in Cuba for almost quarter of a century. Following in the trail of the most famous Cuban import.
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Thanks to recent reforms, Cubans have gained many newfound freedoms: they can go on holidays abroad, buy a new car or... start their own company. Many are taking full advantage of the latter: recently overhauled private restaurants, hip cocktail bars and creative boutique hotels are blossoming in Havana.
Everyone is familiar with the contagious sounds of the Buena Vista Social Club. The hot-blooded musical culture of Cuba can be encountered on virtually every street corner. Whether in the old night clubs of Havana, the swinging music cafés of Santiago de Cuba or during Carnival in Trinidad de Cuba, you will always find music and dancing throughout the entire island.
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