Tourist Info Guides for Cuba

Tourist Info Guides for Cuba

There are many things you need to know before traveling to Cuba, such as when to visit, tourist visas, travel insurance, what to pack, banks and currency, internet, and WiFi. On top of that, there are tourist maps, book to read, and tropical weather patterns. As long as you know these info tips and tricks, …

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Old Havana Travel Guide

Old Havana Travel Guide

If you’re looking to see where Ernest Hemmingway and the Ole’ Mob used to party it up before the Cuban Missile Crisis, Old Havana is the place to be. From the amazing nightlife in El Malecon to historical buildings, streets, restaurants and bars, there is no shortage of places to visit that are teeming with …

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Havana Centro Travel Guide

Havana Centro Travel Guide

The center of Havana offers a mix of modern and historical buildings that blend together in typical Cuban fashion. Here you’ll find a ton of options to eat, party, and sleep while traveling to the largest city in Cuba. If you want to mingle and hang out with the locals, this is the best place …

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Festivals Guides for Cuba

Festivals Guides for Cuba

The Havana Carnival is the most famous festival in Cuba and is one of the best in the Caribbean. It’s a booty-shaking affair with live music, dances, and a parade of huge floats and fantastic costumes. Food, drink, and a ton of fun is pretty much the central theme of all special events throughout the …

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Cayo Coco Travel Guide

Cayo Coco Travel Guide

You’ll see a lot of sailboats, dive boats, and bird-watchers dominate the wild scenery around Cayo Coco. This quiet resort area provides a gateway to Cuba’s natural wonders and allows for a tranquil, relaxing vacation in Cuba. If you’re looking to add a little bit of intimacy to your vacation, Cayo Coco is worth looking …

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Beaches Guide for Cuba

Beaches Guide for Cuba

Outside of Varadero, the other top beaches in Cuba can be found in Holguin, Santa Maria, Trinidad, Vinales, as well as within the Playas del Este of Havana. In general, the sun is always shining in high-season. The tropical blue waters and golden sands of Cuba’s beaches also set the stage for you to take …

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