Cuba’s turbulent past and defiant political stance have imbued it with an undeniable mystique – but beyond its historical intrigue, there’s plenty more to discover and enjoy about this unique travel destination. The island is like one of its ubiquitous vintage cars – shabby but chic, erratic and unpredictable, and ultimately loveable. Fine cigars, salsa dancing, Afro-Latin beats – all these things and many more contribute to Cuba’s one-of-a-kind flavour. Highlights include the glittering capital city, Havana, where you can dance the night away in salsa clubs, or marvel at the crumbling beauty of colonial buildings on a stroll through town; the laid-back little town of Vinales, surrounded by tropical landscapes studded with bulbous limestone karsts; the terracotta buildings of historical Trinidad; and picture-perfect beaches at Varadero, and on the islets of Cayo Guillermo and Cayo Largo del Sur.

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Generally Cuban electricity is 110V with the square American plug socket. Some hotels have 220V and round sockets.

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CurrencyThe CUP (also locally known as “moneda nacional” or MN) is the primary Cuban currency. It is used by both residents and visitors alike.  The…

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The tap water is not safe to drink. Bottled water is ubiquitous, but boiling water is recommended to limit plastic waste. Milk is pasteurised and dairy…

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Cuba has a fantastic climate for adventurers, travellers and tourists alike. Cuba can be described as moderately subtropical with 2 seasons. The dry season,…

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Perhaps one of the most important parts of planning a trip to Cuba involves figuring out exactly how you’ll get around once you’re there.Cubana (tel: (07)…

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Cuba is a sub-tropical country so pack for summer. Bikinis, shorts, sandals, short-sleeved cotton dresses and shirts are the order of the day. A night…

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Camaguey is an attractive colonial city in central Cuba which serves as the capital of the eponymous province. This sprawling but tranquil town is known for…

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Cayo Guillermo

The tropical island of Cayo Guillermo lies off the central coast of Cuba in the Jardines del Rey archipelago. Beaches like the Playa el Paso, Playa…

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Cienfuegos is a small city in the Central Cuban province of the same name. This attractive port city was founded in 1819 by French settlers and…

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Of the countless idyllic beaches on the north coast of Cuba’s Holguin Province, Guardalavaca is the best known and is one the nation’s most popular beach…

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As the capital of Cuba, Havana is a remarkably vast, sprawling metropolis. The city’s compelling history is reflected in the astonishing diversity of its architecture, its…

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Located only 43 km northeast of Santa Clara, the colonial town of San Juan de Remedios is one of Cuba’s oldest towns. The village was founded…

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Santiago de Cuba

Situated in the south east of the Cuba, about 870 kilometres from the capital of Havana, Santiago de Cuba is the nation’s second largest city and…

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On Cuba’s spectacular Caribbean coast, sandwiched between the pristine white sand beaches of Player Ancon and the towering Sierra Escambray mountain, lies the impossibly pretty town…

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