Private guided tour of Havana in the footsteps of Hemingway - Hotel transfer included

Private guided tour of Havana in the footsteps of Hemingway - Hotel transfer included

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Seeing Ernest Hemingway's house in Havana

Exploring the Cojimar district

The private guided tour in a vintage car

The tour and commentary from an expert guide

Información esencial *

Duración
4 horas

Idiomas

Francés
Inglés
Español

Horas de inicio
9:00

* Todos los detalles se le darán en el momento de su reserva.

Descripción

See Havana through the eyes of famous writer Ernest Hemingway on a private guided tour

After being picked up from your hotel in a vintage car, explore Hemingway's Havana home: the Finca Vigia. Built in 1887, he purchased it from Frenchman, Joseph d'Orn Duchamps, in 1940.

You'll also see the sights of Cojimar in a vintage car. Watch the fishermen and see the square that inspired the book 'The Old Man and the Sea'.

Next, take a stroll to the Floridita bar and restaurant where the writer used to drink his daiquiris*.

After your tour, you'll be taken back to your hotel in a vintage car.

*Alcohol abuse is dangerous for your health; consume in moderation

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  • Availability: every day except 01/01, 25/12, and Good Friday (except in exceptional circumstances)
  • Duration: 4 hours: 2 hours in a vintage car and 2 hours on foot
  • Departs from: your hotel in Havana; time and place of pick-up will be confirmed after booking
  • The activity welcomes groups of 4 people max.
  • We advise wearing good walking shoes as well as a bottle of water
  • In the event of bad weather, your activity may be cancelled. If this is the case, you will be offered an alternative date or a refund

El precio incluye

  • Access to Finca Vigia
  • Access to the Floridita bar and restaurant
  • A professional guide
  • Transfer from your hotel and back in a vintage car

El precio no incluye

  • Any personal expenses
  • Tips (optional)
  • Any other extras

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