Vedado is one of Havana´s most important urban centers (along with Old Havana), characterized by a varied hotel infrastructure. It begins more or less at the emblematic Hotel Nacional and extending west to the Almendares River, and south from the Plaza de la Revolución to the iconic malecón seaside promenade. It is a residential area embellished with an architecture that emerged after the neo-colony instituted in 1902 and that nowadays offers diverse tourist attractions for almost all types of travelers. Calle 23 or La Rampa, is the principal avenue and it is where you’ll find Coppelia ice-cream parlor and famous Habana Libre Hotel. Among many other places of interest, Vedado hosts the towering José Martí Memorial, the National Theater, and the National Library. At CubaTravelsClub we have the expertise, the technology and the securing methods for you to book your next holidays at any of those Cuban destinations, either online or contacting us by email.