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Paseo del Prado, Havana

Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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4.2/5 based on 1,100+ reviews on the web
Stroll down Paseo del Prado, one of Havana's main avenues. Constructed in the 1770s, the boulevard was designed by French landscape architect Jean-Claude Nicolas Forestier. Take a walk along the tree-lined avenue to see notable city buildings, including the vibrant Hotel Sevilla. European-style mansions fringe the boulevard, reminiscent of Barcelona's La Rambla. Relax on one of the marble benches to cool off and rest, take in the lively atmosphere, and people watch. Put Paseo del Prado at the forefront of your travel plans using our Havana travel itinerary maker.
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  • Beautiful place to walk, starting from the Park Central. You walk to the coast/port. Beautiful colonial buildings.
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  • Tea Guide from the pier to the Center, almost reaching almost to the Capitol, with its two predatory side by side and seeing all these beautiful buildings, the paseo del prado is inspired on the promenade of madrid from where it takes the name... I like more of Havana :)
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  • If you are in the capital, it is worth taking a quick walk on this beautiful and elegant Boulevard. I still recommend to do just a little bit, otherwise your walk will be little varies: delve rather anonymous streets that seem apparently.
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  • Very nice promenade in the Centre of Havana, to reach the coast and take the Boardwalk, we recommend to do it in the morning, is more pleasant and not so many people.
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