*For the tour, a deposit of 55 USD per person is required and
a payment of 60 CUC per person in cash at the beginning of the tour.
This is a private tour with a minimum of 2 clients per group and like all our tours can be customized.
Duration: (4 -6 hours)
Specialized English-speaking guide.
Transportation (optional: Vintage Non-Convertible Car).
Entrance fee to all places on the tour.
Lunch for groups of 3 people or more.
About this tour:
Unique and original opportunity to follow the steps of this prominent figure in world literature, who is inextricably linked to Cuba and the Cubans. So much so, that many consider him a man almost as Cuban as American because of his close relationship with Cuban history, culture and society in the first half of the twentieth century, especially with Havana, a city in which he lived for more than 20 uninterrupted years.
Finca Vigía (1 - 2 hours)
Hemingway's last home in Havana and where he wrote his most famous novels, currently a museum dedicated to his life and work in Cuba.
Panoramic Tour Havana (1 hour)
Guided tour through the main avenues of Havana where we will be in touch with the atmosphere of Havana, its people, and history while feeling the breeze of the Malecon and enjoying the view of the National Hotel, the Plaza de la Revolución among other attractions.
Lunch (1 hour)
Behind the footprints of Papa Hemingway on the Old Havana (2 - 4 hours)
Walking tour through the main streets of Old Havana, where while we get caught up in the environment of this area declared Cultural Heritage of Humanity, we will discover many clues about the presence and legacy of the so-called "Bronze God of American literature". Places and attractions that we will visit: the Floridita Bar, also famous for being the cradle of the Daiquiri, where you can enjoy a glass of this famous drink while taking a picture with a human-sized statue of the writer, Obispo Street, Hotel Ambos Mundos (In this place that was Hemingway's first residence in Cuba, we will also visit his favorite room that today has become a museum) and La Bodeguita del Medio.