The Cuban capital of Havana is one of the most enigmatic capitals in the world. This historic city has survived two wars of Independence, a revolution, and a stringent US trade embargo. Havana is contradictory. The Cuban capital is still caught in the mid-1950s and 60s and looks timeworn, yet charming. Its rich, but depleting architecture comprises of Colonial and Baroque cathedrals, neoclassical residences and neighbourhoods, and stylish art-deco and art-nouveau buildings from the 1920s. Havana is all about grand boulevards dotted with vibrant, stylish, timeless buildings, vintage Convertibles and Cadillacs, exciting salsa and jazz clubs, quaint cafes, and an infectious energy on its streets, courtesy musicians, salsa dancers, and the typical joie de vivre Cuban spirit! Havana is open for travel once more. The historic lifting of US sanctions and trade embargo means tourism is set to return in a full-fledged manner. This is the best time to travel to Havana and enjoy its amazing cultural offerings - the unspoiled joy of discovering a timeless land caught in the 1950s and 60s. Check out 7 amazing cultural experiences to have in Havana! READ MORE: Cuba: One of The Hottest Destination!