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The Weather in Havana City
You can see our climate diagram above. During July, maximum temperatures climb above 32°. Conversely, January is the coolest month in Havana City, with temperatures falling below 16°. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is February.
Explore Cuba's intoxicating culture with a holiday letting in Havana
Havana is one of the world's most intriguing cities. From the fantastic food and delicious rum-based cocktails to the museums and history waiting to be explored, Havana is as unique as it is beguiling. Start your Cuban adventure with an apartment in Havana and have a home away from home.
Food and Drink in Havana
Tuck into some hearty Cuban cuisine at one of the many Peso stalls across the city, where you can pick up everything from an espresso to a pizza. One of the best Peso cafes is at the Terminal de Omnibus which sells delicious fried chicken for a bargain price.
Paladar La Tasquita is a family home come restaurant where you can dine on traditional dishes and get to know some friendly locals at the same time. La Fontana Restaurant, meanwhile, is one of the best high-end restaurants in Havana. Don't miss the chance to try their excellent seafood, but be sure to book in advance as tables fill up quickly.
Experience Havana's Culture
Cuba's fascinating history is showcased at the many museums and attractions that pepper the city. The Museum of Revolution and the Capitol Building are highlights, both giving an intriguing insight into the nation's political past.
You can also tour the city in a vintage car and visit a cigar or rum factory to experience the city's lighter heritage. If you want to soak up the local way of life then head to the Paseo del Prado, a boulevard that is filled with cafes and brimming with Cuban charm.
Beyond the capital
Cuba is a beautiful country with stunning beaches, dense rainforest and distinctive towns just waiting to be explored. One excellent trip to take from your Havana accommodation is the electric train to Matanzas. It runs through the countryside to the thriving city that is renowned for its poetical and musical heritage, as well as its 17 bridges.
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