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Four Points by Sheraton Havana is located in the Miramar District of Havana, Cuba. With our complimentary local shuttle, we provide effortless access to the best things to do in Havana. Known for its authentic Caribbean culture and traditions and beautifully preserved colonial architecture, Cuba’s charismatic, cosmopolitan capital is alive with distinctive charm, magic and color.
Teeming with adventurous history and legends, a deeply defiant spirit and tireless salsa rhythms, Havana will seduce you with its undeniable allure. Some of the more popular landmarks and things to do in Havana include:
This is where you will find the essence of the original city, still very much vibrant and alive in historic sights that include the Castillo de la Real Fuerza, the famous Malecon, the Templete and the Central Park of Havana.
Necrópolis Cristóbal Colón:
Located on 56 holy hectares, this cemetery and national monument is one of the largest in the Americas and famous for its arresting religious iconography and ornate marble statues.
With its range of eclectic architecture and historic buildings, this 8-kilometer oceanfront promenade takes you on a journey through the heart of Cuba.
Fortaleza de San Carlos de la Cabaña:
A massive 18th-century stronghold built to fortify the city’s defenses, this impregnable fortress measures 700 meters from end to end and covers 10 hectares, making it the largest Spanish colonial fortress in the Americas.
Built just after World War I with money from Cuba’s sugar dynasty, this grand structure showcases stunning architecture and majestic views of the Havana skyline.
Considered Cuba’s finest museum, Museo Napoleónico is home to 7,000 works of art associated with the life of Napoleon Bonaparte, a treasure trove amassed by Cuban sugar baron Julio Lobo and politician Orestes Ferrara. It’s located on four floors of a grand Vedado estate and offers awe-inspiring views from a 4th floor terrace.
Since 1559, Plaza Vieja has been Havana’s most architecturally eclectic square. Showcasing styles ranging from Cuban baroque to Gaudí-inspired Art Nouveau, the plaza has served as the site for military exercises and also as an open-air marketplace. Today, it is home to several splendid bars, restaurants and cafés.