Havana VIP Launches App to Find Hotspots and Events in Cuba

Courtesy of Havana VIP

Havana VIP has launched the free Havana VIP Nightlife app, an iOS and Android phone app that helps visitors and Havana locals alike find the best hotspots and events. The app works in Cuba without an Internet connection (after the initial download).

Havana VIP has dozens of paladares in its app. Paladares are privately owned and operated restaurants, which are not owned and operated by the Cuban government.

There are 24 paladares listed, with photos and full contact info and offline maps that work in Cuba without any internet connection.  There are eight new paladar-bars listed, too, and three to four listings for live entertainment every night of the week. To get the Havana VIP Nightlife App, travelers have to  is sign-up for the Havana VIP newsletter and stay signed-up. Havana VIP will keep this free service going throughout the 2018-2019 Havana travel “high season” until May 2019.

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Havana VIP will also be publishing weekly updates to its Havana live entertainment listings to the nightlife app and to its newsletter every Tuesday. To use the app, travelers must connect your app to the Internet (by Wi-Fi if you’re in Havana) and turn the Havana VIP Nightlife App off and on to get the latest update.

For more information, please visit https://havanaviptours.com/13599/havana-vip-nightlife-app/

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