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Havana, the beautiful capital of Cuba, is prominent for its well-preserved colonial architecture, rich culture and the famed Havana cigars. Founded in 1515 by a Spanish conquistador, Havana boasts of a superb natural harbour that brought trade and navigators from Europe to the island. The city was also under British rule and US military occupation in addition to Spanish control. Today, the city's economy continues to rely on trade, manufacturing and transportation. Tourism has long been part of its revenues bringing visitors on flights to Havana to relish the charms of this lovely city.
José Martí International Airport serves Havana city. It features four passenger terminals to handle the needs of travellers on trips to Havana. Terminal 1 is for domestic flights, Terminal 2 for US charters, Terminal 3 for international arrivals/departures and Terminal 5 for domestic and regional flights in the Caribbean. Airport facilities include rum and cigarettes shops, restaurants and bars, lounges, a bookstore and a pharmacy.
The airport is located 15km southwest of the centre of Havana city.
Pre-arranged chartered buses are the most convenient ways to get to hotels for travellers arriving at the airport, which are usually part of travel packages. If you are not on a tour, there are plenty of taxis outside the terminal building. Unfortunately, no public bus goes directly to the airport, but you can go to the VIAZUL bus station by cab and from there, connect to other parts of the city and vicinity.