One of Havana's public taxis stopping in front of a row of colorful buildings on the Paseo de Martí.

Sights Along Havana’s Paseo de Martí

Havana’s Paseo de Martí, colloquially known as the Prado, is a kilometer-long tree-lined boulevard full of interesting history, events, and unique architectural sights. Get to know the area by following this walk-along tour.

Charred woodcarving of Christ called "Señor de los Milagros".

The Black Christ of Guadalajara de Buga, Colombia

The city of Guadalajara de Buga is best known as a place of pilgrimage and an excellent launching point from which to discover many lesser-known sights and breathe the fresh air of the Valle de Cauca. Learn about the star attraction in town for religious pilgrims, the Black Christ of Basílica Señor de los Milagros, and how to get there.

Statue of Simón Bolívar, the Liberator, with pigeons.

Bogotá’s Plaza de Bolívar

Every respectable Colombian city has a Plaza de Bolívar, but none have quite the history as the one in Bogotá. A natural starting point for any tour of La Candelaria, brush up its history and sights to help plan your visit.

Sculpture of a horse by Fernando Botero from the Museo Botero.

Sights at the Manzana Cultural in Bogotá

Without a doubt the Manzana Cultural is one of the most important addresses for visual arts in Colombia—and a required stop on any visit to Bogotá. Read on to discover the astounding array of art, artifacts, and history preserved here for the public to enjoy.

The Fuente de Neptuno statue watches over Havana's harbor entrance.

Sights at Havana’s Harbor Channel

From a 1780 nobleman’s home built in Moorish-style to the great Fuente de Neptuno (Neptune Fountain) erected in 1838 to a massive seminary built in 1721 now open to the public, fans of history, art, and architecture won’t want to miss the sights at Havana’s Harbor Channel.

Castillo de la Real Fuerza in old Havana, Cuba.

Castillo de la Real Fuerza in Havana

Built in medieval fashion, Castillo de la Real Fuerza is the oldest of the four forts that guarded the New World’s most precious harbor. Strategically useless in its placement, the governors of Cuba nonetheless lived here until 1762. Plan a visit to tour its halls, learn about its history and residents of note, and browse its naval museum.

This restored stone structure is a historic and spiritual window into Hawaiian culture and perseverance.

Sightseeing in Makaha, O‘ahu

Sightseeing in Makahu includes a little bit of history, both outdoor and underground adventure, and some truly beautiful views. A few sites are deeply sacred in nature, so keep that in mind while you’re exploring. Here’s where to go.

View of Havana's Fuente de los Leones with the Lonja del Comercio in the background.

Havana’s Plaza de San Francisco

A short introduction to Havana’s historical Plaza de San Francisco and its sights, including the neoclassical architecture of the Lonja del Comercio and the Jardín Diana de Gales, a park in memory of Diana, Princess of Wales.