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17 reviews of El Floridita

It takes you on a journey not only through culture but also through time

This bar is located in the city of Havana at the beginning of its old town and close to the most central street most locals use because there are lots of bookstores, shops, bars, local craft markets, and local food vendors. This bar is famous for being a favorite of Hemingway, and is where he went to drink his daiquiris. The place is emblematic, not only because of its history, but also because of the people ve love to relive the past. It's not only a journey through culture but also through time. If you actually go to this place, or any other, you must be careful with the air conditioning. It's amazing but even being in the middle of the Caribbean, you will need a jacket.

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I was staying near this majestic bar-restaurant

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But I did not dare to give it a chance at the beginning.

It seemed like a place for seniors. Well, on my penultimate day I had traveled all over Havana and I did not have many places left and we decided to go to El Floridita to spend time and then arrive at our house.

It is one of those places that steal your breath, you feel the good vibes, the service here is exceptional does not seem to be in Cuba, even thanked the staff for their kind attention and were the best I received during my stay in the country. You will have the best Daiquiris, live orchestra performing hits like Buena Vista Social Club, Marc Anthony, Luis Fonsi, etc.

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