As Havana prepares for its autumn ballet festival, we select places to watch and dance timba, salsa, rumba and more
Cuba’s capital is changing and a lot of the cutting-edge art and new wave restaurants are in characterful districts away from the much-visited old city
The former Observer Magazine editor moved to Cuba to write a book – but with its crumbling elegance and sense of drama Havana presents plenty of distractions from the job at hand
Small enterprises, such as pizzerias in Havana, are springing up all over Cuba after 2011 licensing changes and relaxed US restrictions on tourism
Airbnb recently arrived in Cuba … and who better to give local tips than the owners of the homes where photographer Matt Humphrey and writer Ben Gallacher stayed?
Fifteen years after he first visited as a student of hispanic studies, photographer Matt Humphrey returned to Cuba earlier this year, eager to capture images of the country before the end of the Castro era
It isn’t only Cuba’s capital that is captivating, away from Havana Guardian readers enjoyed ballet in Santiago de Cuba, a road trip to María la Gorda, beer and beaches in Baracoa and some insiders’ secrets in Viñales
Once a playground for American tourists, after Fidel Castro’s revolutionaries marched on Havana this grand Hilton hotel was recast as a symbol of changing allegiances and ideologies
Crystal clear waterfalls, lush national parks and historic towns are some of these Guardian readers’ favourite places on the beguiling island of Cuba
The beautiful Cuban capital is finally coming in from the cold as relations with the USA thaw, state controls loosen and a wave of optimism and creativity is unleashed.