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Relaxing place, nice to interact with local people

Just go, .. great place to sit and relax after a long walk ... in the afternoons, older Habana... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Alejandro F
Life on the Street

We walked the length of this attractive tree lined Boulevard from the Capitol to the Malecon on two... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
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A popular street in Havana known for music and nightlife.
  • Excellent46%
  • Very good40%
  • Average12%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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“both sides” (20 reviews)
“bronze lions” (9 reviews)
“local artists” (17 reviews)
Havana, Cuba
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Reviewed 3 days ago

Just go, .. great place to sit and relax after a long walk ... in the afternoons, older Habana people come out to dance "Cuban Son", young kids to roller skate (yes, kid in Cuba still do).... You will find artist painting (and trying to...More

Thank Alejandro F
Reviewed 6 days ago

We walked the length of this attractive tree lined Boulevard from the Capitol to the Malecon on two occasions, once on a Sunday when it was full of locals relaxing and artists selling their wares and on a weekday when it was much quieter, a...More

Thank alunwyn
Reviewed 6 days ago

A great place for a leisure walk and look at the art or take a slow drive. Either way you will see lots of beautiful architecture.

Thank Ed P
Reviewed 1 week ago

A very nice tree lined walkway, going from the malecón at the seafront down to central Havana. A great place to stroll or stop and rest.

Thank JohnBradey2778
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Walking from the Havana vieja, old town, to the more modern city this boulevard is lined by buildings that are either newly renovated or in the state of ruins. This contrast makes it a fascinating walk.

Thank Þórður K
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Pretty tree covered arcade. Benches and cafes make this a very plesent walk and you never know when you will walk into a local dance school taking to the arcade for rehersal.

Thank Edward D
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

While walking along the Prado is nice any time on Saturday and Sunday there are artists selling their works as well as fun things like drawing and salsa lessons you can take part in. Many of the artists have studios in Old Havana and you...More

Thank Christina N
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We loved watching the kids from the school take their PE class into this pedestrian street, men chatting on benches, and women with their shopping baskets. Yes, it's in the middle of tourist Havana, but it's also people's outdoor living space, and it's well used.

Thank SenoraGilbert
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The Paseo del Prado/Paseo de Marti is a great way to see some of the amazing architectures of Havana and watch the locals in their daily lives. Along the way, look for Palacio de Los Matrimonios and El Hotel Sevilla. Also, it ends at the...More

Thank Eva G
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We loved it and took many photos along the way. You can walk to the Malecon on it. Its a very ornate walk excellent stonework a wide path lined with trees. A place to take a Lady ( Which I did )

Thank Andrew F
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