El Floridita Bar
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Ernest Hemingway lived outside Havana for twenty years, and naturally got much of the inspiration for his novels from the city—more specifically, from its bars. El Floridita, Dos Hermanos and La Bodeguita del Medio were Hemingway’s favorite bars when he lived there, and today they can be visited…
This restaurant sits just on the edge of Old Havana. Hemingway frequented this place when he lived in Havana. He used to order daiquiris here – that was his favorite drink. The restaurant is very popular with tourists and they make daiquiris in batches, right in front of your eyes! Daiquiris cost 6…
The establishment is famous for its daiquiris and for having been one of the favourite hangouts of Ernest Hemingway in Havana.
Floridita is known for its Daiquiris and was a favorite hang-out of the writer Ernest Hemingway, who spent many hours at the bar eating plantain chips and drinking.
Is a historic fish restaurant and cocktail bar in the older part of Havana. The establishment is famous for its daiquiris and for having been one of the favourite hangouts of Ernest Hemingway.
The most frequented bar by Ernest Hemingway, place where the daiquirí cocktail, one of the most famous in the world, was created.
Floridita, también conocido como El Floridita, es un bar y restaurante de la ciudad de La Habana, Cuba, que funciona desde 1817 y se hizo mundialmente famoso gracias al escritor y periodista Ernest Hemingway, quien acostumbraba visitarlo con regularidad.
“Is a typical restaurant-bar of Havana. It is a famous tourist destination because of the personalities which have patronized it: Salvador Allende, the poet Pablo Neruda, the artist Josignacio and many others. La Bodeguita lays claim to being the birthplace of the Mojito cocktail, prepared in the bar since its opening in 1942, although this is disputed. The rooms are full of curious objects, frames, photos, as well as the walls covered by signatures of famous or unknown customers, recounting the island's past.”
“Located in the former Presidential Palace, with the boat Granma on display in front of the museum. The former ''Presidential Palace' was designed by the Cuban architect Rodolfo Maruri and the Belgian architect Paul Belau who also designed the Centro Gallego, presently the Gran Teatro de La Habana. The "Presidential Palace" was inaugurated in 1920 by President Mario García Menocal. It remained the Presidential Palace until the Cuban Revolution of 1959. The building has Neo-Classical elements, and was decorated by Tiffany Studios of New York City.”
Point of Interest
“The Great Theater of Havana is famous, particularly for the acclaimed National Ballet of Cuba and its founder Alicia Alonso. It sometimes performs the National Opera. The theater is also known as concert hall, Garcia Lorca, the biggest in Cuba. It's located beside "The Capitolio".”
“Completed in 1877 after the city walls were knocked down, the park is bordered by El Prado, Zulueta, San José and Neptuno Streets. It is surrounded by significant buildings, such as the Gran Teatro de La Habana; the Inglaterra, Telégrafo, Parque Central and Plaza hotels; the shopping complex known as Manzana de Gómez; and the building devoted to international art of the Museo de Bellas Artes. In the late 18th century, the park was pretty much bare of trees and mostly paved. Trees, fountains and sculptures were added to the park after 1959.”
“One of Cuba’s oldest and most popular paladares frequented often by celebrities and diplomats. Early reservations recommended. Concordia. No. 418 | Gervasio y Escobar, Havana (7-866-9047) ”