Photo Galleries of Old Havana, Cuba
Old Havana is the oldest area of the Cuban capital. As a whole has a similar urban layout to a convex lens of about 5 km ² in area, where there are still remains of the walls which for two centuries protected with a fence of stones and configured as a defensive military compound. In 1982, Old Havana was declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco. Today, Old Havana is one of the busiest tourist areas in Havana due to the restoration of churches, fortresses and other historical buildings. Old Havana also has restaurants of all kinds, from the palate to gourmet and international restaurants. There are also many bookstores, museums and shops (clothes, handicrafts, souvenirs). Due to the large number of tourists in Old Havana life is very active and she held craft fairs, books, artistic performances, etc..