You can see our climate diagram above. In July maximum temperatures go higher than 32°. On the contrary, the coolest month is January. The wettest month is August with 16 rainy days on average. On the contrary, there is an average of only 6 rainy days in February, which is the driest month.
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Soak up the sights and sounds of Cuba with a Havana vacation rental
Try salsa dancing, taste a classic mojito, and explore vibrant local culture with a Havana vacation rental as a relaxing home base. Some accommodations here feature colonial architecture and a shaded courtyard – perfect for balmy tropical evenings.
Maximo Bar claims to have the best mojito in Havana, but we'll let you be the judge. A variety of classic rum-based cocktails such as daiquiris, caipirinhas, and Cuba Libre make this casual eatery a local favorite for afternoon drinks.
Restaurant Van-Van is a top rated choice for authentic Cuban food. Affordable daily specials highlight fresh ingredients, and the menu features plenty of staples including croquettes, ropa vieja, and of course, Cuban sandwiches.
If you're looking for drinks, dancing, and especially art, head to the Fábrica de Arte Cubano. This converted factory is considered a cultural hotspot in the historic neighborhood of Vedado, and opens at night for a truly unique artistic experience. Arrive around 8 PM for a short wait to get in.
For a more relaxed experience, take a stroll along the Malecón and absorb some low-key Cuban culture. Colonial architecture, classic cars, cigars, and chess games line this popular pedestrian thoroughfare. Visit around sunset for the perfect light, and capture the city's charm.
Open since 1939, the Tropicana Night Club is Cuba's most famous and beloved cabaret. Scantily clad salsa dancers put on a Vegas-style show complete with costumes and professional lighting, perfect for a big night out. Advance tickets, which are the best value, include dinner and drinks.
If you'd rather strut your stuff on the dance floor, take a free salsa lesson at La Gruta. Once you master the basics, find a partner and move to the music. This nightclub is a favorite with locals and tourists, and the party goes all night. Cheap drinks and a low cover charge bring in a young crowd on the weekends.
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