Cuba is like a moment paused in time. It’s where classic American cars line the streets, where flavors of mojito slings and smokey cigars fill the bars, and where salsa music can be heard from taverns throughout the night.

While four days might not seem like a long time, this is a good amount of time to uncover the highlights of Cuba.

To help you make the most of your time in Cuba, we’ve prepared this 4 day Cuba itinerary, so you can experience the heart of the country in a short amount of time…

Stop 1: Revolution Square

The square is notable as being where many political rallies take place in Cuba. You’ll see the famous faces of Che Guevara and Camilo Cienfuegos – important figures during the Revolution.

Stop 2: Old Havana Walking Tour

Not only do you get to learn about the history, but you can see what makes Havana unique. See the vintage cars lining the streets and admire the colonial architecture from the squares.

Stop 3: Revolution Museum

I highly recommend you check out the Revolution Museum. It’s about $8 CUC for the entry fee. You’ll learn about the Revolution from the Cuban perspective.

Stop 4: National Museum of Fine Arts

It’s quite a large museum with lots of beautiful artwork so I think you need about 3 hours to explore every floor. We only had one hour and it wasn’t enough.

Stop 5: Playas des Este

Playas des Este is the closest beach to Havana and its simply stunning. This white sand beach is just a stone’s throw from Havana, and boasts pristine shores and azure waters.

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