El Gato Tuerto is a place to enjoy good music and delicious traditional and foreign food. Jazz is the rhythm of the institution. One of the best places in Havana to enjoy good music is the famous Gato Tuerto, having descargas of the new ballad movement and boleros, but mostly jazz.

The historic center of Havana hotels have very important bars. In them you can have a good time. The Historic Center of Old Havana is one of the most visited places in Havana. There are several interesting places which many are part of the hotels of this area, especially for those visitors not staying here and transiting the area looking for a place to rest and have a good time.

The bars of Havana are recreation centers where you can also have excellent cocktails. Distributed throughout the city, they are platforms for important artists. When night falls, a bar is the best place to enjoy sipping a drink, enjoy a cozy atmosphere rife with quiet relaxing music, and use the excellent food service and bartending therein provided.

In the iconic FOCSA building the Bar-Restaurant La Torre is located. This is one of the best places to eat in Havana. Counting on 33 floors this colossal building is considered one of the seven wonders of Cuban civil engineering. One of its main attractions is undoubtedly the great view offered from the heights, an opportunity that anyone can enjoy visiting its Bar- Restaurante La Torre.

The Ali bar is a place to remember Beny Moré. That was the favorite corner of the King of rhythm in Havana. Countless stories and personal belongings of one of the greatest popular Cuban musician you will find in the Benny Moré Municipal Museum of Las Lajas, in the province of Cienfuegos.

The Yellow Submarine nightclub groups all havanans who enjoy the music of the Beatles. There many musicians play tribute to the band. The famous English band is one of the most important icons in the world and has millions of fans around the world, and Cuba is no exception.

The night in Havana is full of recreational options. The night clubs or clubs get crowded of people looking for fun every night. There are dissimilar proposals for those who wish to leave their homes and indulge in a night full of good music, good company and great offers, which will make your stay in in Havana an unforgettable experience.

La Bodeguita del Medio is the home of the mojito in Havana. Many international personalities have been there signing its walls as evidence. Over half a century has passed since its founding, but La Bodeguita del Medio continues making a difference. This cozy property located on Empedrado Street in Old Havana, hosts on its walls the memory of anyone who passed by, taking the essence of the traditions of Cuba.

The Cultural Fresa y Chocolate center in Vedado is very popular among Cuban movie-goers. There you can watch a film or just have a drink. There is a small space in Havana that has been gaining popularity for some time, mainly for Cuban cinema lovers looking for a place with good music to discuss and enjoy a good drink or an appetizing snack.

The Piano Bar Delirio Habanero has a beautiful view of Havana. There you can listen to various genres by the hand of renowned artists. Various places in the capital suggest a rousing space with the best and most current Cuban and international music, for those seeking a lively moment moved to the beat of musical rhythms. But there are other nightclubs whose proposals go beyond dancing wildly in a salon.

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