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Cuba


Cuba is an island country in the Caribbean, consisting of two large islands and several thousand islets. It is renowned for its warm welcome and heavenly beaches. Its cities are eclectic and diverse, just like its history. Hispanic-colonial architecture is mixed with more contemporary styles, such as Modern Art. Trinidad is famous for its colonial

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Things to do and see - Cuba

Explore a heritage-listed historic district
Havana's Old Town
 
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Admire one of the most emblematic buildings in Havana
El Capitolio
 
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Grasp the local atmosphere at an old Havana plaza
Plaza de la Catedral
 
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See the iconic image of Che Guevara on a building facade
Plaza de la Revolución
 
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Marvel at an imposing defensive fortification at a port entrance
Castillo De Los Tres Reyes Del Morro
 
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Wander a well-preserved colonial town with cobblestone streets
Trinidad
 
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Go to a town known as the "Pearl of the South of Cuba"
Cienfuegos
 
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Learn about the legacy of the famous revolutionary Che Guevara
Che Guevara Mausoleum
 
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Relax on white sandy beaches and swim in turquoise waters
Varadero Beach
 
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Go hiking and bike riding in a popular rural area with tobacco fields
Viñales Valley
 
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Hike through lush forests, waterfalls, and scenic landscapes
Topes de Collantes National Park
 
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Trek to see Fidel Castro's former mountain headquarters
Sierra Maestra
 
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Dive and explore colorful coral reefs and underwater life
Jardines de la Reina
 
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FAQ - Cuba

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Events - Cuba

January
Triumph of the Revolution
The Triumph of the Revolution of Cuba refers to the successful overthrow of the Batista dictatorship by Fidel Castro and his rebel forces on January 1, 1959. The revolution aimed to establish a socialist government in Cuba, leading to significant political, economic, and social changes in the country and marking a turning point in its history.
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