The Prince of Wales and Duchess Cornwall have made history by becoming the first members of the royal family,
The journey of Prince Charles and Camilla is expected to lead to a new chapter in the UK's relationship with the Communist state.
The couple attends a wreath ceremony for the national hero of Cuba, the Jesuit and the poet Jose Martti
They have to join the president for an official dinner.
Later this week, the British Commonwealth Minister Ahmad will join them, who flew to the country to represent the UK government.
Lord Ahmad's presence is an indication of the importance of Downing Street in a four-day Cuban visit and its potential to develop new roads in a country that has already begun the process of opening up the economy and society.
After the couple stepped on Cuba's land by the British ministerial aircraft RAF Voyager on Sunday, there were short handshakes by Cuban officials before they were taken to the wreath ceremony. Prince Charles stood silently. as a large wreath of roses was put on the outdoor monument in the Havana Revolution Square.
The royal couple arrived from Barbados, one of the five areas of the British community they visited.
The ceremony of wreath laying on Jose Marty took place in Havana, Cuba
Prince Charles and Camilla arrive from Barbados, one of the five areas of the British community who have visited
The Castro brothers, first Fidel, and then Raul, ruled Cuba between 1
959 and 2018, before Mr Castro handed over the presidency to Miguel Diaz-Canel.
In recent years, private enterprises have been encouraged, although they have been scaled.
Charles's visit offers opportunities for the governments of the United Kingdom and Cuba to create closer ties.
There are no plans for the royal couple to meet Raul Castro, but they will be guests
The prince and his wife will also meet with members of the Buena Vista Social Club in a recording studio in Havana.
The band became world famous when their 1997 album became a surprising global hit and Grammy Award winner