Havana’s atmospheric colonial streets have definitely seen better days, though that only adds to the charm. The colorful buildings of the Cuban capital could all use a coat of paint, but that would probably only spoil the ambience that Havana has in buckets. Visitors will be amazed by the abundance of historical buildings on display. The quaint squares are a wonderful place to spend the day watching Cadillacs go by and listening to the salsa play hypnotically over the waves of the air. Once a revolutionary hotbed, Havana today draws more than a fair share of tourists, and visitors are invariably struck by the city’s amazing art and architecture. With sun, rum and salsa, Havana’s picturesque streets are exhilarating. Here are some of the things not to be missed when hanging out in Havana.