Cuban President Raúl Castro and President Barack Obama greet each other before bilateral meetings at the Palace of the Revolution March 21, 2016, in Havana. These are the first direct talks between Castro and Obama, the first sitting U.S. president to visit Cuba in 88 years.  
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President Barack Obama will have a busy two days in Cuba during his historic visit to the island nation as the first U.S. president in nearly 90 years to do so. 

The president, who landed in Havana Sunday with the rest of the first family, will participate in a wreath-laying ceremony Monday, followed by a tour of the José Martí Memorial. Later Monday morning, Obama will take an official photo with Cuban President Raúl Castro before the two presidents hold a bilateral meeting, according to the White House. 

In the afternoon, Obama will take part in an event focused on entrepreneurship and opportunity for the Cuban people, before attending a state dinner with first lady Michelle Obama at the Palace of Revolution. 

On Tuesday Obama is scheduled to address the Cuban people at the Gran Teatro de la Habana Alicia Alonso. Later that morning, the president will meet with members of civil society before the first family is scheduled to attend a Major League Baseball exhibition game between the Tampa Bay Rays and the Cuban National Team at the Estadio Latinoamericano. 

The first family will leave Havana Tuesday afternoon and head to Buenos Aires, Argentina, where they will remain overnight.