Havana Times Photo Galleries

Old Havana Is Getting Older featuredimage

Sometimes the days I spent in Cuba seemed long, sometimes too few. After four years without visiting Havana I had a desire to walk the streets of Old Havana, taking pictures with my own camera for the first time. (42 photos)

Guantanamo, Cuba Children at Work featuredimage

Although we can find more than one child walking the streets here in Cuban cities, maybe a few of them beg, mainly to tourists, or sell something for a few cents, but we can definitely say that our children don’t need to work in order to put food on the table nor to satisfy their most basic needs. (11 photos)

Havana Times Photographer Returns to Angola featuredimage

I first arrived in Angola in the late 1980s as a cadet of Revolutionary Armed Forces (FAR). This time, nearly three decades later, I landed to help my father in his retirement and repatriation to Cuba after having worked in Angola for 16 years.(56 photos)

Spanish Navy Vessel Visits Havana featuredimage

The twenty-one cannon salute announced the arrival at the port of Havana of the Spanish training ship Juan Sebastian de Elcano to the eyes of onlookers including the press. (9 photos)

A Night with Guantanamo’s Danza Libre featuredimage

Danza Libre (Free Dance) is one of the most prestigious dance companies in the province of Guantanamo. These pictures are from a celebration held in Cuba’s eastern most province for International Dance Day on the last night of April. (11 photos)

The Rehabilitation of Havana’s Kilometer Zero featuredimage

A visit today near the Capitolio building in the heart of Havana brings a feeling of revival. The restoration work of the building began in 2012 and it is projected to culminate in November 2019, just in time for the 500th anniversary of the city.(17 photos)

An Excursion to Las Terrazas, Cuba featuredimage

The community Las Terrazas is part of a project of Unesco for biosphere reserves. Located on the banks of the San Juan River in the Sierra del Rosario province of Artemisa in western Cuba, the resort offers ecological tourism with lodging and dining options. (24 photos)

Spotlight on Havana’s Vedado District featuredimage

A picture tour of the Vedado district of the capital, its main Street, 23rd Ave., the daily life of its population, buildings and streets that typify it, nights with dim lights and social gatherings into the early morning. Here’s a sampling of this reality. (43 photos)

Dancer Carlos Acosta’s Company at Havana’s Gran Teatro featuredimage

The graceful steps of the members of Danza Acosta, a young dance company founded by Cuban dancer Carlos Acosta, delighted audiences at a premiere performance held on Friday, April 16. Havana Times was present. (14 photos)

Rock ‘n’ Roll and Change Come to Cuba featuredimage

The Rolling Stones’ March 25 concert was more than just historic. The British band was the music of cultural and political protest during the 1960s, while Fidel Castro was eliminating capitalism on the island, seizing private property, ending personal freedom and banning rock ‘n roll. (11 photos)