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El Capitolio has spent over half a century hidden from the public eye. Be one of the first to experience this newly re-opened, and grandiose Cuban landmark.
by Kate Hartshorne of GoNOMAD
Cuba should be on the top destination list of anyone who claims to love travel. It is an excellent place to visit, full of beautiful scenery, fascinating history, and some of the friendliest people anywhere. It is both easy to get to and unbelievably relaxed when you arrive. And yes, it is legal for Americans to travel to Cuba!
The U.S. and Cuba share a history and geographical proximity that serve as threads in a rich, dynamic, and deeply interwoven cultural fabric. Cuba's undeniable influence on American culture has persisted for decades, from exclusive Cuban cigars to world-renowned stars in entertainment, music and sports.
As the sun rises over the valley, a warm glow reflects off a thick layer of haze, transforming the already beautiful landscape into an ethereal scene. A new day has begun in Viñales. Read on for a look inside the heart of tobacco country.
So you’ve got the legal part down, you’ve booked your flight, and you are now wondering what’s next? Follow these 8 travel tips to make the most of your trip to Cuba.
Havana’s buildings crumble under the weight of 500 years of history. Its cobble-stone streets have withstood the boots of imperial soldiers, vagrant pirates, gold-laden merchants, gangsters, militant police, and guerilla revolutionaries.
Planning to travel to Cuba? Want to get the most out of the culinary scene without falling into tourist traps? Read our top “in-the-know” restaurant recommendations.
There's never a shortage of things to do in Cuba! Check out our list of must-see fun and free activities.
Growing tobacco is an art that requires a delicate touch, attentive care and persistence. In Cuba, growers take their craft very seriously and treat the process with utmost respect. The island offers cigar aficionados and novices alike the unique opportunity to intimately witness the creation of this national treasure.
The last bastion of undeveloped Caribbean beauty is a sanctuary for many species that have disappeared from all other places on earth. Aptly nicknamed “The Pearl of the Antilles,” Cuba boasts the largest expanse of unharmed reefs, swamplands, and rainforest, as well as the greatest diversity of plants, birds, and marine species, in all of the Caribbean.