Until 1959 and Fidel Castro’s ascent to power, Cuba was America’s tropical playground: a place of restaurants, casinos, nightclubs. Herb Lester explores much of what remains from the freewheeling 1950s, while keeping an eye on new enterprises that have opened as the government stance on private business has softened.
The 32 selections encompass legendary bars and clubs – such as Sloppy Joe’s, La Bodeguita – historic buildings and neighbourhoods, along with many of the best new restaurants. Consider it your guide to Havana: Right Now!
Designed by Mike Lemanski
A3 (297x420mm) folded to A6 (105x148mm)
Litho-printed in England on recycled paper
About the Brand
City Map/Guides from Herb Lester Associates are an eclectic selection of quirky titles designed to illuminate particular aspects of a city or a district.
Each title lists publishers’ recommendations, ranging from the already famous attractions to little gems known only to the well informed locals, all with brief descriptions and, where appropriate, contact details.
Accompanying maps are designed to highlight the locations of the recommended places rather than to provide an accurate presentation of the street network.