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Speak to the drivers about the cars’ up keep and maintenance of these jewels on wheels.Drop-off at dinner followed by a night show at the majestic Tropicana Cabaret, reminiscent of the Havana of the 1950’s.Visit Mercado San Jose where the local arts & crafts will be readily available for purchase.Free time for you to admire not only the art but also to walk around the market, interact with Cuban private small entrepreneurs or sit in front of Havana Bay.Learn more about Cuban Religion by visiting the Iglesia de Nuestra Señora de Regla, close to the boat dock in Regla (one of 15 municipalities of Havana).Inside, on the main altar, you’ll find La Santísima Virgen de Regla: the Virgin, represented by a black Madonna, venerated in the Catholic faith and associated in the Santería religion with Yemayá, the orisha of the ocean and the patron of sailors (always represented in blue). You’ll have a specialized guide who can explain the cultural context of this art, which has significance for both Catholicism and Santería.
Our “People to People” program allows us to immerse ourselves in the Cuban heritage, meet and learn from the Cuban people and experience some of the legendary attributes that have become synonymous with Cuban culture.
Located two blocks from the pier, this is a required stop while in Havana for those interested in learning about anthropology, history, and folklore.
After lunch return to the hotel for some leisure time before we depart for dinner.
In the intimacy, comfort and coziness that Conde de Villanueva Boutique Hotel offers to tobacco aficionados, enjoy a demonstration of the art to roll a Cuban cigar by the highly skilled on-site “torcedor” (cigar roller).
Whether you’re a long-time enthusiast or just looking to taste one of the world’s best cigars, enjoy the comfortably pleasant lounge that invites you to smoke an artisan cigar.