Across from the Hotel de Inglaterra and the Gran Teatro de la Habana, this park has always been a hub of Havana social activity. Centered around a statue of (who else?) José Martí and shaded by royal palms and almond trees, this is the place for heated debates on Cuba's national passion—baseball. The Hotel Plaza is on the park's northern end. On its southern end, notice the opulent 1885 Centro Asturiano, now the home of the Museo de Bellas Artes and its Arte
Universal collection. The Teatro Payret, built in 1878, on Paseo de Martí (Prado) across from the Capitolio, is now a cinema.
Calle Refugio 1, Havana, Cuba