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Uncategorized Archives - Locally Sourced Havana Tours


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Nazdarovie – Havana’s new retro-Soviet restaurant

You won’t find the common staples of rice, beans and fried plantains at Havana’s latest culinary offering… and your minty mohito will come mixed with vodka, and not the traditional white rum. Don’t expect to be able to order in English (or ever Spanish for that matter), as the waiters speak Russian and expect you […]

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Getting to know Cuba’s Colourful Capital

Whether it is art, architecture, music or food – Cuba is a city unlike any other. As this fantastic article in explains – once you have spent some time in colourful Havana you are sure to leave with buzzing tastebuds and ears filled with a wonderful melancholy… all thanks to a city that is […]

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Havana’s hidden secret…

Of course the locals are in on the secret, but most tourists are completely in the dark! Just 20 minutes from Havana’s city centre you will find kilometres of golden sand beaches and warm Caribbean waters at Playas del Este. This beautiful stretch of sparkling beach is just 18km’s to the East of Havana and there are […]

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Teppanyaki comes to Havana!

Wandering through the heart of the Vedado district you would be forgiven for not seeing PP’s Teppanyaki (Japanese style restaurant) from the street. Unassuming in nature, PP’s is  yet another fantastic example of a new wave of restaurants to hit Havana over recent year. The term refers to the type of Japanese cuisine which uses the ‘Teppan’, iron […]

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  • March 28th, 2014 by

Next Saturday March 29 will be approved in Havana a new foreign investment law , that is expected to pass Saturday and would allow wholly owned foreign companies to exist in Cuba. Up until now, only “mixed companies” had been allowed in Cuba. We stumbled upon this Reuters article about its benefits:

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