Stay with Biotrek in the heart of Havana where you are as close as you can be to the unique experiences this vibrant city has to offer. Immerse yourself in traditional Cuban culture with our exclusive homestay accommodations, known as “casa particulars” in Trinidad.


Cuba’s most famous city, Havana stir visions of brightly painted Colonial buildings, pounding mambo rhythms and barrios that bustle well into the night. Many of the best Cuban tourist attractions are found in the capital city of Havana. Havana Vieja (old Havana) alone is packed with sights and delights.

  • On our walking tour of old Havana our Cuban guide will discuss its rich architectural heritage and UNESCO designation. Cuban architecture is an eclectic mixture of Spanish colonial, baroque, art deco and art nouveau. Sights include Catedral de San Cristobal, Plaza de Armas, Plaza Vieja, Castillo de la Real Fuerza, Museo de la Ciudad (City Museum), Plaza de San Francisco, and El Capitolio (National Capitol Building)
  • Meet famous singer and songwriter Alberto Faya. Learn about the country’s jazz history and the African, Spanish and even American roots of modern Cuban music from this captivating professor.
  • Colón Cemetery, established in 1876 and named after Christopher Colombus, is one of the most notable cemeteries in the world. It contains over 500 major mausoleums, chapels, and family vaults.
  • Explore the Cuban Fine Arts Museum.
  • Meet the dynamic artists and musicians behind Muraleando, one of Havana’s groundbreaking projects, where artist converted an old water tank into an art-and-performance space. Meet the artists who transformed the old facades of their neighborhood into colorful murals, turned dumps into public parks and even used recycled materials to build their own Arc de Triomphe.
  • Visit a craft and fruit market
  • The Malecón is the famous, historical stone wall that separates the city of Havana from the sea. It is a popular place to gather. Linger in the company of musicians. This is true city rhythm. It’s the beat of life as the Cubans themselves know it.
  • See Revolution Square and its fantastic collection of colorful old classic cars.
  • Visit the home of Ernest Hemingway, Finca Vigia (Lookout Farm). It was here he conceived his final masterpiece, The Old Man and the Sea.


Trinidad, Cuba is a UNESCO World Heritage site in the center of the island, located in the province of Sancti Spíritus. You have seen many pictures of of the colorful pastel buildings in Cuba -- that is Trinidad!  Another major highlight of  Trinidad is nearby Playa Ancon -- probaably the most picture perfect beach you will ever see.

The stunning beauty of Trinidad is in every direction: from the majestic purple-hued Escambray Mountains to the North and the translucent blue of the Caribbean Sea to the South, Trinidad’s location couldn’t be more perfect.  The town is steeped in colonial treatment with freshly painted pastel homes, cobblestoned streets and impressive plazas. Don’t let Trinidad’s sedate atmosphere fool you though; when the sun goes down, lively musical performances kick off to keep visitors and locals dancing into the night.


You’ll soon discover why Cienfuegos is often called “the Pearl of the South.” Situated on the southern coast of the island, Cienfuegos is know for it's colonial-era architecture. Watch city residents gather at the shaded main square, where the beautiful Tomás Terry Theater sits with its dazzling gold-leaf mosaics and ceiling frescoes. . Walk down the Punta Gorda peninsula and take in the orange-tiled houses set against a backdrop of turquoise water. You won't want to leave this idyllic town.  In 2005 the Urban Historic Center of Cienfuegos was placed on the UNESCO World Heritage List.