With a population of over two million, Havana presents itself as the largest city in the Caribbean islands, with a varied and colorful mixture of Hispanic architecture, and currently an eclectic mix-style of wonderful, and yet varied entertainment. Designated by UNESCO as a cultural heritage site in 1982, it is now under an ambitious government organized restoration program, after centuries of neglect. The grand aim is to restore the historic beauty and subtleties of the Old Town – La Habana Vieja, to the standard it once acclaimed. Visitors have a lot to choose from, formal walks around the streets of the central city area, much more detail look at the many museums, including those which chronicle the history of the revolution, or simply grab a meal at one of the many impromptu or formal restaurants. Whatever you choose, Havana is waiting for you.