Entries by Havana Live


HAVANA, 9 Jan When it comes to changing perspectives, nothing better than a trip to the tropical islands that not only bring peace and tranquility to our soul, it is also a way to connect with nature through the fresh air, the waves of the sea and the radiant sun .


HAVANA, Jan 6, (TTC) This Saturday Iberostar Hotels & Resorts and the Cultural Project Friends of Fangio celebrated the First  Meeting of Cuban Classic Cars in homage to one of the emblems of Havana.

International Jazz Festival Plaza 2019 in Havana

HAVANA, Jan. 5th  For six days and six nights, Havana will vibrate to the rhythm of the 2019 International Jazz Festival. A resolutely Latin jazz. On the Malecon, this vast waterfront whipped by the salty air, on the terraces of restaurants, in theaters and theaters, you will be solicited by Afro-Cuban jazz rhythms, with tunes […]

The Cuban “sonic attacks” Cricket Crisis

HAVANA, Jan. 4th Just two years ago, the U.S. Embassy in Havana was bustling with U.S. personnel sent by the Obama Administration to restore diplomatic relations with Cuba. Today it is nearly empty. In late 2016, diplomats started hearing a loud, piercing noise. Two dozen of them reported symptoms such as ear pain and dizziness, and […]

AP photographer Desmond Boylan dies in Havana at 54

HAVANA, Jan. 1th  (AP) — Desmond Boylan, a photographer who covered war and conflict across the world before dedicating his life to documenting the daily joys and tribulations of life in Cuba for The Associated Press, died suddenly while on assignment on Saturday afternoon in Havana. He was 54.


HAVANA, Dec 30 Cuba builds 36 hotels that will be inaugurated in the medium term, to add 18,000 new rooms, according to the announcement made this week by the Cuban Minister of Tourism, Manuel Marrero.

New Toronto-Cuba Flights

HAVANA, Dec. 30th Canada has long been the most significant market for tourists to Cuba — and now there’s another new way for travelers to make the trip.

Cuba plans more austerity as finances worsen

HAVANA, Dec. 28th  (Reuters) – Cash-strapped Cuba plans fresh austerity measures and will pressure the sluggish bureaucracy to tighten its belt and cut red tape to address weak growth, falling export earnings and rising debt.

Oldest hotel in Cuba turns 143 years

HAVANA, 23 Dec. The Hotel Inglaterra, the oldest in Cuba, today celebrates 143 years of its opening with a new brightness and appeal for many travelers who come to this country with historical-cultural interests.


The year is fast approaching its end and our Havana Live team wants to wish you happy holidays for all and have a happy new year    

Friday Photos – December 21, 2018

HAVANA,Dec. 21th  Rains and penetrations of the sea were recorded this Friday in the western part of Cuba, with an impact on the capital of the Island, precisely in the neighborhood of Vedado, as a consequence of the extensive circulation of the extratropical climatic fall that affects this entire geographical area.