history

Hemingway House

Hemingway House

Welcome to Hemingway’s estate — Finca Vigía — in the Vedado neighborhood of Havana, Cuba.

El Hotel Nacional

El Hotel Nacional

From hidden caves to mafia summits, nostalgia hangs heavy in the air at the Hotel Nacional in Havana. Walk the halls of this iconic space and relive a time since past as we revisit the thrilling history of this renown landmark and the grounds on which it sits.

El Capitolio

El Capitolio

El Capitolio has spent over half a century hidden from the public eye. Be one of the first to experience this newly re-opened, and grandiose Cuban landmark.

Cuban Influence on American Culture

Cuban Influence on American Culture

The U.S. and Cuba share a history and geographical proximity that serve as threads in a rich, dynamic, and deeply interwoven cultural fabric. Cuba's undeniable influence on American culture has persisted for decades, from exclusive Cuban cigars to world-renowned stars in entertainment, music and sports.

Havana, Then and Now

Havana, Then and Now

Havana’s buildings crumble under the weight of 500 years of history. Its cobble-stone streets have withstood the boots of imperial soldiers, vagrant pirates, gold-laden merchants, gangsters, militant police, and guerilla revolutionaries.

Cuba and the Art of Tobacco

Cuba and the Art of Tobacco

Growing tobacco is an art that requires a delicate touch, attentive care and persistence. In Cuba, growers take their craft very seriously and treat the process with utmost respect. The island offers cigar aficionados and novices alike the unique opportunity to intimately witness the creation of this national treasure.