Havana’s old town, La Habana Vieja, was founded in the 16th century by the Spanish and exudes history with the numerous ﬁne monuments. Havana is one of the most dynamic cities in the world, an incredible open-air museum of architecture, art, and culture. The old city center is always buzzing and colorful 50’s vintage cars are strikingly present. Besides the plazas (squares), cathedrals, picturesque alleys, and palaces, there’s the emblematic seafront promenade of Havana, referred to as the ‘Malecόn’. The quay wall – corroded by salty water – accommodates todo Havana, from ﬁshermen to amorous couples, musicians and entire families. This is indeed, Havana’s outdoor living room.