Hemingway House (Museo Hemingway o Finca Vigía)
The house were Hemingway wrote most of For Whom the Bell Tolls and The Old Man and the Sea is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Cuba. Originally located in a town just east of Havana, now the house is in a bit of a shabby suburb. Still the house is well preserved (partly because you cannot enter it but can only peer in from certain vantage points), the guides are knowledgeable, and anyone interested in Hemingway (that doesn't mean like!) would enjoy this site . . . even if the Cuban government most likely seized the house from Hemingway's unwilling estate.