Havana has to be one of the most fascinating cities on earth. With its peeling Spanish buildings, 1950s American cars and cigar-chomping inhabitants, it looks and feels like something from a movie set. And this tour is a great introduction to its sights. Let your guide lead you round crumbling ‘Habana Vieja’ or Old Havana. This UNESCO-protected, 500-year old quarter is riddled with cobbled streets, sun-washed plazas and Baroque churches. You’ll also see Havana harbour, where, in the 16th century, Spanish galleons laden with treasures from the New World would stop before sailing homewards. Another highlight is your visit to New Havana. Check out its main landmarks, including its famous Revolution Square, site of the giant public rallies held by Fidel Castro. One of the world’s largest public spaces, it’s dominated by a towering monument to national hero, José Marti, and a giant bronze of the face of Che Guevara.