The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall have been the first members of the royal family history to have written Cuba in official property.
The journey of Prince Charles and Camilla is expected to usher in a new chapter in the relationship between Great Britain and the Communist state.
The couple participated in a wreath-laying ceremony for Cuba's national hero, essayist and poet Jose Marti.
You are expected to meet with the President of the country for an official dinner.
Later this week, she will be accompanied by Commonwealth Minister Lord Ahmad, who flies to represent the British government. [1
After the pair had stepped on Cuban soil from RAF Voyager on Sunday, short handshakes were issued by Cuban officials before being sent to the wreath-laying ceremony.
Prince Charles stood in silence A large wreath of roses was erected at the open air memorial on Revolution Square in Havana.
The royal couple arrived from Barbados, one of five Commonwealth realms they had visited.
St. Kitts and Nevis, Grenada, St. Lucia and St. Vincent and the Grenadines were also on their tour.
The Castro brothers, first Fidel and then Raul, ruled Cuba between 1959 and 2018 before Mr Castro handed over the presidency to Miguel Diaz-Canel.
In recent years, private enterprise has been promoted, even though it has been scaled back amid fears that reforms promoted inequality.
Charles & # 39; visit offers British and Cuban governments the opportunity to forge closer ties.
It is not planned that the royal couple will meet Raul Castro, but they will be guests honor at an official dinner hosted by Mr. Diaz-Canel.
The Prince and his wife will also meet members of the Buena Vista Social Club in a recording studio in Havana.
The group became world-famous with their 1997 album, a surprising global hit and Grammy winner.