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The driest months in Havana are between November and April, when the weather is less humid but still very warm. Fortunately, the city is much more sheltered from hurricanes than other parts of the Caribbean, although these can occur at any time between June and November. The rainy season generally lasts from May to October, although the city still receives plenty of sunshine during these months.
If you’re travelling with children, then there are some great family hotels in La Habana Vieja, or Old Havana. It’s a great area to walk around, watch some street jazz, chat with friendly locals and savour the famous Cuban ice cream. Alternatively, hire a classic Cadillac and drive the family round the streets, taking in the fabulous old buildings.For couples, hotels in Old Havana are also a good option. There’s no shortage of cultural attractions, including the Museo de Ciudad and the National Museum of Fine Arts. You’ll also want to visit the Catedral de San Cristobal, an impressive piece of Italian Baroque architecture. After a day of sightseeing, stop off at a bar for one of the best Cuba Libre cocktails in town.To see Havana at its most lively, you can find some excellent hotels in Centro Havana. The area has plenty of architectural delights, including the Gran Teatro de La Habana and El Capitolio. There are also plenty of places to shop, from the 1950s-style San Rafael Bouelvard to the flashy Plaza Carlos III shopping mall.Being a more affluent area, Miramar has some great luxury hotels. It’s also another good place for families, with the National Aquarium and the kid-friendly rides in Coney Island being particular highlights. Head to Quinta Avenida for the best in Havanan cigars.Some great budget hotels can be found in El Vedado. Characterised by a younger crowd, you can find plenty of hip bars and cafes along the area’s narrow streets. It’s the place to go for Havana’s vibrant nightlife, with jazz clubs such as La Zorra Y El Cuervo being a firm favourite.

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