- Central Railway Station
- Carmen Montilla House
- José Martí National Library
- Fraternity Park
- National Theatre of Cuba
- Revolution Square
- José Martí's House
- Cristóbal Colón Cemetery
Forty five years ago, on a day in mid-March,the National Theatre of Cuba opened its doors to the public for the first time. In a country and city with such a wide range of artistic talents and performing arts, this theatre has provided the center stage for many a music, dance and theatre festival. Aside from these festivals, there are many performance workshops and courses held, featuring anything from art and artistic appreciation to dance, music and dramatic works.
On the theatres ground floor, visitors can enjoy live music at the popular coffee bar Café Cantante “Mi Habana” or at the piano bar "Delirio Habanero", which offers a wonderful view of the Revolution Square.
Address: Paseo and 39 St. Vedado. Havana.
When on your Language Trip in Havana to learn Spanish be sure to enjoy an evening at the National Theatre of Cuba.