Running in Havana, Cuba’s capital city, is a fantastic way to explore the historic port and commercial center of this Caribbean Island.
Because Havana is mostly comprised of narrow, congested streets, opportunities for a safe distance run are somewhat limited. The iconic route in Havana is the Malecón, the long waterfront walkway that hugs the bay for 8 km. There’s a history lesson around each corner. We’ve also developed a ‘runseeing’ tour of Old Havana, which is a treat for its varied architecture.
Buses, taxis, and the colectivo are the way to get around Havana.