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Colourful, complicated but incredibly beautiful, Havana is a city that has seen more than most in its time. Yet despite all the issues it has had to overcome, it is still an architectural and creative powerhouse that endlessly fascinates.


When is the Best Time to Book Flights to Havana?

The best time to visit is from December to May when the weather is dry and sunny, and the endless blue skies hang over the city. There is very little rain at this time of year with the wet season starting in June. However, during July and August Havana comes even more alive with a range of festivals, so it’s also a great time to visit.


How do You Find the Best Flight Deals to Havana?

If your dates are not rigid, then click the ‘Show flexible dates’ button on the results page to see if other flight deals to Havana are available on different days.

If you have particular flight options in mind, including price, airline and departure time, then use the flight filter options on the left side of the page.


What are the Main UK Departures to Havana?


What are the Main Airports in Havana?

Jose Marti International Airport is located just under ten miles from the city and is the country’s main international and domestic gateway, serving several million passengers each year. There are three passenger terminals with flights connecting across North, Central and South America, as well as Europe and Asia.


Which Airlines Fly to Havana?

A selection of airlines offers direct and connecting flights from UK airports to Havana, including:


How do You Get to and Around Havana?

Taxis are the most convenient way of getting around for tourists, and what could be better than grabbing a lift in the old American Chevys from the 1950s offering rides? It’s advisable to always try and negotiate a fare before you get in.

There is also a bus service covering much of the suburban area and walking is a good way to explore much of the central area.


What Are the Must-sees in Havana?

Of course, in Havana there are certain things you simply have to see, including a cigar factory tour, the Havana Club rum factory and Museum of the Revolution. Stroll through the Plaza de la Revolucion and Plaza de Armas before taking a game of the national past time, baseball, at the Estadio Latino Americano.


What are Tips and Tricks for Traveling to Havana?

UK passport holders need a specific type of visa depending on the nature of travel, and you should obtain these before you travel. The main legal currency is the Cuban Convertible Peso, which is tied to the dollar.