The capital of Cuba is one of the best places to take a classic car tour. Pass through the faded elegance of the suburbs as you move closer to the old city centre. The narrow streets mean you have to explore the area by foot while learning the colourful heritage. Make sure your family scoops the famous ice creams: chocolate and strawberry. La Habana Vieja is the Old Town, where mid-century buildings and colonial structures stand side by side. You cannot leave this place before learning the process of rolling cigars by hand in their various factories. Some fresh rum is available at the distillery if you want to taste. Along the seawall, Malecon, mingle with the natives and have plenty of fun.
Vinales was the favourite destination for Fidel Castro. Cuba's most accessible and stunning national park is found in Vinales Valley, which is surrounded by tobacco farms and mountains. It is this tobacco which is harvested to make the famous Cuban cigars. Numerous caves in the mountains will make your trip more active if you are a fearless adventurer. At the Indian Caves, also known as Cuevas del Indio, take an exclusive ride by boat within the cavern.
If you love Cuban culture, Trinidad is a great town to see. At the heart of Trinidad is Plaza Mayor encircled by neo-Baroque structures. Enter the colonial convent and see what's inside the Lucha Contra Bandidos or the War Against the Bandits museum. Afterwards, walk uphill and shop for handcrafted souvenirs, napkin linen, and tablecloths. Do not forget to check-in at the Palacio Brunet Mansion, a well-known structure serving the Museo Romantico with a broad selection of the 19th Century antiques.
For the best beach resort, you only need to take a short drive from Havana to Varadero. Located within Hicacos Peninsula, this town allows visitors to enjoy warm blue waters, white sand, and gorgeous views of the Atlantic. Let the kids indulge in camel riding and watching wildlife, while you explore the botanical gardens or nearby lakes. The bridges, Parque Josone Park, and Bellamar Caves are worth exploring.