Destination guide: Havana, Cuba
Havana is the capital of Cuba, an island located between the Atlantic and the Caribbean, near the shores of Mexico and the United States. This tourist destination was declared a World Heritage Site due to the fact that it has preserved, among other things, its beautiful architecture and a culture rich in traditions.
Traveling through Havana, you can visit the Main Square, the National Capital building, the Cigar Museum, the Embankment, the National Aquarium and an endless number of places where you can try exquisite Cuban cuisine.
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Havana - Weather Overview
Cuba is hot, with humidity ranging from 81% in summer to 79% in winter. Luckily the heat is nicely moderated by the gentle Northeast Tradewinds and the highest temperature ever recorded on the island was less than 40°C. Beware of cold fronts passing in the winter when evenings can be cool in the west of the island. Cuba’s hurricane season (June to November) should also be considered when planning.
Weather Monthly ViewAverage High TemperatureAverage Low TemperatureAverage RainfallHumidity (AM)Humidity (PM)January2618718564February2618468561March2719468458April2921588358May30221198562June31231658765July32241258762August32241358864September31241508966October29231738768November2721798565December2619588464