Parque Coppelia is the world’s largest ice cream parlor, located in Havana, Cuba. It was opened in 1966 and is named after the character Coppelia from the ballet “The Coppelia”. The parlor is a two-storey domed pavilion inspired by Oscar Niemeyer’s iconic Cathedral of Brasilia. It is surrounded by a lush park with hundreds of tables, where up to 1,000 people can enjoy the frozen treats at a time.

There are a total of 12 counters at Coppelia, each of which serves a different flavor of ice cream. The parlor has its own ice cream factory, which produces over 100,000 liters of ice cream per day.

Coppelia serves around 30,000 customers per day and up to 600 at a time. The most popular flavors include chocolate, vanilla, strawberry, and mamey. There are also a variety of fruit ice creams, sorbets, and milkshakes. Prices are very affordable, with most ice cream cones costing around 1 CUC (Cuban convertible peso).

Coppelia is a popular spot for both locals and tourists. It is a great place to cool off on a hot day and enjoy a delicious ice cream treat. The parlor is also a popular meeting place for friends and family.

According to Wikipedia