As they say in Havana: Cuba es La Habana, y lo demás es paisaje (Cuba is Havana, the rest is landscape)! It must be said that the inhabitants of the Cuban capital are proud of their city, and there is reason to be proud of it. Anyone travelling to Cuba, the largest island in the Caribbean, for the first time, does not return unscathed from their stay in Havana, generous, jovial and offbeat. To begin with, its architectural heritage is exceptional: the picturesque Habana Vieja district is the largest colonial complex in Latin America, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Between its modernist palaces and baroque churches, improbable American cars from the middle of the last century transport tourists and Cubans to the popular districts of Centro Habana or to Malecón, a seaside promenade lined with ancient hotels with decayed facades. There will also be good encounters in the more modern areas of the Vedado and Miramar, with orthogonal routes and where the festival is in full swing as soon as night falls: cuba libre, cigars and salsa cubana are on the menu. But beyond these celebrations, what we remember from a stay in the Cuban capital are the Havanese themselves, who have a contagious joie de vivre. Havana's tourist guide offers you some orientation elements in the alleys and alleys of one of the most beautiful cities in the world.