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All reviews plaza vieja degree view dark room leonardo da vinci elevator ride old havana different perspective several languages roof terrace havana skyline unique experience worth a visit entrance fee take pictures technology periscope operator
This is the most hidden gem in cuba town. It is very amazing to witness this live. The guide was very informative of what we were seeing and also for our questions. It was so fun to go here. This is on the 7th/8th floor...More
THis place is aboslutely great if th eguide explaining is the right person.The place is very ineteresting and th eviews out of the camera are awesome too. The guide is important here. Last time I was there, it was a tall man able to speak...More
Camera Obscura is located on the 7th floor of a building in Havana Veja Plaza. From there you can admire the whole city from above. A brief explanation of the operation of the room is included and the various neighborhoods of Cuba are seen enlarged....More
I must have been there on a good day because even though the building was initially closed (for lunch?) and then there was a queue of people, the lift was working. The lady who demonstrated the camera kindly did her presentation in English as well...More
Great view of Havana, Cuba with a wonderful breeze. No working elevator so it comes at a price, five floors of stairs. The views from this five story roof were great, lots to see and a different perspective of the city. The dark room Camera...More
An excellent opportunity to kill two birds with one stone if travelling to Havana. The rooftop has excellent panoramic views of the city and particularly the hive of activity on its rooftops. And for $2 you can go into the camera obscura where we received...More
The camera obscura is pretty cool, and the view from the roof is worth the entry fee alone. You are only in the room briefly, the tour is in several languages so easy to understand. Well worth the modest entry fee. Keep an eye out...More
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Yes, they are welcome. But telling them in advance that they are going to a Camera Obscura will bring on puzzled looks. It depends on the age (I'm thinking more here of single digits and pre-teens), so tell them it is like... More
Yes, they are welcome. But telling them in advance that they are going to a Camera Obscura will bring on puzzled looks. It depends on the age (I'm thinking more here of single digits and pre-teens), so tell them it is like flying over the city and looking down on the buildings and people.