Havana's fixed-route taxis, II
|Southbound 1952 Chevrolet taxi on Calle 23 (La Rampa).|
Cuba Junky provides a route map and a list of do's and don'ts to help you avoid paying more than the standard 10- or 20-peso fare (Cuban pesos, not convertible).
Still, it's more complicated than hopping in a regular Havana taxi and naming your destination. I wouldn't recommend a peso taxi to a first-time visitor or anyone without at least some Spanish.
|Boarding a Marianao-bound 1956 Oldsmobile sedan. |