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Plaza de la Revolucion

Avenida Paseo, Havana, Cuba
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Plaza de la Revolucion

This was one of the main attractions on the tour, a nice place to visit and a good photo... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Mlarsen880
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Rockwall, Texas
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Good stop during giide tour

We were driven here in fantastic old cars, and were able to view the statues and monument here. We... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
marikaS23
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Avenida Paseo, Havana, Cuba
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

This was one of the main attractions on the tour, a nice place to visit and a good photo opportunity. In reality it is four large parking lots, with a few surrounding buildings. Not much to see. However, the historical interest is very high. Fidel...More

Thank Mlarsen880
Reviewed 3 days ago

We were driven here in fantastic old cars, and were able to view the statues and monument here. We did not have time to ascend the monument, athough that would have offered good views.

Thank marikaS23
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

So I would not go out of the way for this. It's literally a parking lot with a memorial and two buildings with faces on them. If you like photography of buildings, this might be worth stopping for. Otherwise, you'll see these buildings on your...More

Thank Jpullo
Reviewed 5 days ago

Good spot to check out theshinny big old cars. Worth going up the Jose Marti tower if you are in the area.

Thank Frances R
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Worth a visit, take some pictures. Not much to do outside of that. We had a taxi stop us by and the was perfect.

Thank MARCOS V
Reviewed 1 week ago

Everyone who comes to Cuba should take time to visit Plaza de la Revolucion. We were here twice during our two days in Havana. The first time we came was in the early evening when we hired a pink and white '56 Chevy convertible for...More

Thank Rebelliot
Reviewed 1 week ago

This huge open area is a must-see. The plaza is the site of many political rallies in Havana. It is dominated on one side by the Jose Marti Memorial tower. On the other sides are various government and ministry business buildings, include two that feature...More

Thank dwg51357
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Big open paved area. Lots of old American cars parked on the roads beside it. Cool picture of Che on the side of the building.

Thank Imamom
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The Revolution Square is a must-see place if you are into history. This place gives a real feel to the history of Cuba with Che, Cienfuegos, and the Marti monument.

Thank SwoopHoop904
Reviewed 1 week ago

It's worth the 15 minutes there to take pictures of Che and Fidel and learn the history., you'll see alot of the old American cars there as taxi's

Thank WhiteFireLady
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delighted05
has anyone used the hop on off bus in Havana and can you pay in sterling or dollars
10 December 2016|
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Response from Leigh N |
When I went here in September we hired a classic car. Nice way to do it since it is more of a drive-by kind of place in my opinion. As far as cash, CUC is the only way to go. I had 500 Euro from a previous trip which made... More
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