• Castillo de los Tres Reyes Magos del Morro

    Malecón y Castillo

    Perhaps it’s one of the most picturesque and most widespread images of all those that can be done in a place as touristic as Havana, but the Castillo de los Tres Reyes Magos del Morro, next to Torre del Faro, brings echoes of Old Havana with each stone of the Cuban heritage that become human heritage itself.

    In fact, this sixteenth century military fortress has been collected by the UNESCO to become part of the Human Cultural Heritage, as representation of that Old Havana and its Fortifications.

    Beyond that immeasurable value in itself, the beauty of the picture is undeniable and from the jetty is trimmed the silhouette of the Castillo de los Tres Reyes Magos del Morro, inviting the visitor to take their photo.

    Furthermore, at the proposed platform to watch the Havana skyline, threading around the Havana Bay, the fortress rises the curious to one of the most inspiring views of the city.

    Visiting it is a unique experience that can be done through trusted operators, as is the case of Halconviajes.com, that includes the castle in its tour called Santiago de Cuba City Tour + Copper, giving us the opportunity to explore the facilities.

    Because the walled, far from remaining unmoved and anchored, as mummified by time, is full of life and racking. Through its dependencies are scheduled all kinds of cultural activities and within its dependences you can enjoy a couple of great restaurants and a great bar to make a stop before continuing the circuit through Havana environment.

    Don’t hesitate to take a look to Air Europa flights and enjoy a fantastic stay in Cuba. Including, of course, the visit to the famous Castillo de los Tres Reyes Magos del Morro.

    Creative Commons or Public Domain Image: Flickr/Giåm

    Ana Pérez
    Ana Pérez
    She has studied in different countries and in several languages, which marked her character and broadened her sight. In the past few years, Ana has been working as an online content editor.

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