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All reviews sea wall waves crashing nice walk sea breeze playing music sea front hanging out great place to walk old cars old havana locals and tourists people watch bottle of rum classic cars fishing stroll sidewalk
The malecon was a short walk from where our boat was docked. We HAD to go to the wall, and make sure we drank some rum, and smoked a cigar or two. We walked down maybe 1 - 2 miles to a spot that had...More
Not sure I get the reviews, it's just a sea front pathway, takes about 30 mins to walk from one end to the other...people fishing from it, groups signing and playing music for money, but all this talk of "connections", "Vibes" and "feeling Havana"... Ummm...More
Walking along at least some of El Malecon (the promenade) is a must do in Havana.
Once you have negotiated the first part nearer to the cruise ship terminal with the dodgy walking surfaces, and the taxi drivers and horse and carriage drivers constantly hassling...More
All roads lead to the Malecon with its fine array of restaurants and night life. We stayed on the Malecon, and woke up everyday to the breeze off the water, and a great view from our balcony. Relax and just watch the hustle and bustle,...More
Either is good ….. Malecon starts at Old Havana and goes 4 miles to NW Vedado. So you could get a casa closer to Old Havana and still be close to all the restaurants and bars. If you are going to stay on the Malecon make... More
Either is good ….. Malecon starts at Old Havana and goes 4 miles to NW Vedado. So you could get a casa closer to Old Havana and still be close to all the restaurants and bars. If you are going to stay on the Malecon make sure your room has a nice view of the Malecon from your window or terrace as that's the prime reason for being there.