Havana's Malecon is a corner over 8 kilometers long along the coast north of the Cuban city. You can take a walk beside the ocean, from Habana Vieja to the mouth of the river Almendrales. It is an essential visit for tourists, but also of Havana and Havana, setting a steady stream of people. To walk the stretch comprising the boardwalk there is a view of that part of the island. Across the 6-lane avenue, which run the most diverse means of transport (from bicycles to cars taxi Soviets, coco-taxis and horse carts) are majestic pre-revolutionary buildings with a style that permeates the island, and especially Havana.