The Cuban Revolution is one of the most complex and important processes in Cuban history. In this experience, you will discover the historic context in which the Revolution was carried out and the main results it has brought about for our country. With this aim, we will visit the Revolution Museum where we will get in touch with the main factors that unleashed the revolutionary process. Afterwards, we will analyze the main measures taken by the Revolution in power and their impact on the transformation of Cuba. Later on, we will walk through the Square Trece de Marzo, where we will talk about the operation of the main governmental organizations: The Popular Power and the Communist Party. At the same time, we will point out the principal attractions around. Then, we will stop for a snack in a cafeteria near the square where we will be able to continue our chat about the Revolution and life in Cuba. Bring as many questions as you like, we will be happy to share our vision about this fascinating process.
Before entering the University, I worked as a history teacher in a Cuban high school where I discovered my passion for teaching the subject. Nowadays, I work as an instructor professor at the Faculty of Tourism of the University of Havana lecturing about marketing and destination planning. I have been researching about the Cuban Revolution for years and have a special insight about Cuba’s politics as many members of my family used to work in high politics. My partner Neivy works part time with me in this tour. She has a B.A. in Foreign Languages, and masters not only English, French, and Portuguese languages, but also the Cuban history and politics as well. She works as an Instructor Professor at the University of Havana, teaching Linguistics and Translation Studies.
After touring the museum, we will have a drink at a local cafe. You can choose between beer, soda, water, coffee or juice.
Revolution Museum The 8-dollar entry is comprised in the price.
For an extra fee, we can organize a visit to the Revolution Square in a classic car with AC (30 cuc extra for 1 hour). This…
We will go to the Revolution Museum, a must-visit place for those willing to understand Cuba’s politics. Then, we will walk around the square Trece de Marzo stopping in a cafeteria nearby.
Bring questions, we will be happy to answer them all :)
For an extra fee, we can organize a visit to the Revolution Square in a classic car with AC (30 cuc extra for 1 hour). This will allow you to explore the city in a vintage from the 1950s car and learn about the influence of the Revolution in Havana’s architecture. This service is optional.
The Cuban Revolution