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Classic Car Ride: Havana’s National Monuments Excursion

Cancellation policy: For a full refund, cancel at least 48 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.

Pick-up and Drop-off: Arrangements are made once reservation is confirmed.

This is a customer’s favorite. Beginning at the Capitol with an informative orientation of the building’s history, we will mount 1950’s classic American cars for a ride through the most important monuments in Havana.

What is included?

  • Ride on Classic American Cars
  • Guided Excursion
  • Coffee & Water
  • Ruffle Price


  • Capitol building: Remarkable symbol of the city of Havana with extraordinary architecture. Excellent quality materials were used throughout the construction of the building in the 1920s, such as Italian marble with ornate details on walls, ceilings, doors and lamps, most of which were cast in France. The Capitol was declared a National Monument in November of 2010 and although is undergoing a significant restoration, is currently the House of the Cuban Congress.
  • University of Havana: Founded on January 5, 1728 by Dominican friars belonging to the Order of Preachers, it is the oldest university in Cuba and one of the first in the Americas. Declared a National Monument on October 10 of 1978, University of Havana consists of 17 faculties and 15 research centers in fields such as economics, science, social studies and humanities. Currently, more than 60 thousand students are enrolled in over 32 careers fields.
  • Revolution Plaza: Scene of many of the main acts and events of the Cuban Revolution in Havana. The plaza features the city’s tallest monument dedicated to Jose Marti, Cuba’s National Hero.
  • National Hotel: Located on a hill a few meters from the ocean in the Vedado area, The National Hotel still preserves all the splendor of its eclectic, Art Deco and Moorish architecture. It was declared a National Monument in May of 1998.
  • 4 hours
  • Capacity: 15
$125Monday & ThursdayEnglish & Spanish9:00 am - 1:00 pm