If you looking for Ernesto “Che” Guevara (June 14, 1928 – October 9, 1967), also known as El Che, we can tell you where could you meet him in Cuba, follow us!
The first stop will be at the Museum of the Revolution of Havana, where you can learn more about the epic story of “El Comandante” during the revolution in Cuba.
A room is specially dedicated to the time when Che Guevara lived in Bolivia. You will find photos, personal objects, a lock of hair, beard hair and even his socks! In the Che Guevara Museum in Havana are several rooms dedicated to Che and the time he lived in Cuba. Here, his fans will find personal belongings as his backpack, his binoculars, his rifle, but also photos and the reconstruction of his office. In Havana you can find the Place of the Revolution, where a big ceremony of farewells took place a few days after Che Guevara’s death. Here, you cannot miss him: an immense portrait of the national hero thrones over the place.
The city of Santa-Clara, situated in the southeast of Havana, is the city where the Cuban people celebrate “El comandante” a lot because of the assault, which made Che famous and precipitated the fall of general Batista, took place and this city.
It is here, where Che Guevare rests in the Mausoleum of the Martyrs of the Revolution on the Place of the Revolution. You could see this beautiful statue of Che Guevara with a child, it symbolizes the transmission of revolutionary ideas from generation to generation.