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Calle 19, La Habana, Cuba

Cuba’s first (and so far, only) English-language bookstore and café is run by the affable expat Conner Gorry, who has lived in Cuba for more than a decade and is the writer behind the popular blog Here Is Havana. The bookstore’s...

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Havana, Cuba

Sure, you can take a tour of Havana Club or wander through the museum to learn more about Cuba’s premier brand of rum, but let’s face it: What you really want to do is buy your own bottle (or two), right? Plus, the Havana Club shop has...

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Avenida del Puerto corner of Calle Cuba, La Habana, Cuba

In all honesty, Havana’s not the best place in Cuba to buy arts and crafts, but if this city’s the only one on your Cuba itinerary and you want to buy some handmade wares or artwork as souvenirs, then be sure to stop by Almacenes San...

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Calle Industria, La Habana, Cuba

No doubt that while you are in Havana you’ll be approached on the street by men and women who want to sell you “authentic” Cuban cigars. While the prices may be attractive and the cigars may look legit, you could have trouble at...

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Havana, Cuba

To the untrained eye, it often seems like all of Havana is an antique shop. Why is it so hard, then, to find vintage goods? If you’re looking for books, posters, pins, photos or other memorabilia from the revolutionary era or earlier, head...

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156 Mercaderes, La Habana, Cuba

This state-run shop appeals to visitors looking for authentic souvenirs that speak to an earlier era. Step into Habana 1791 to smell essential scents of Cuba (tobacco among them of course!), and ask the staff member on duty to create a custom...