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Cuba is fast becoming the must-see Caribbean destination, and your dedicated consultant can create a truly tailor-made itinerary specifically to your needs. So sit back, relax, and let us plan your next holiday to this beautiful and cultural hotspot!
Cuba’s capital city, Havana, is a crazy mix of historical buildings, amazing food, and ever-present music. Some of the best examples of the famous architecture are found around Plaza Vieja, Havana’s “Old Square”. Alternatively, beyond Habana Vieja, Cuba’s biggest city stretches out detailing 20th century municipios such as El Capitiolio, a government building modelled on the US Capitol Building.
The old town also has some remarkable sights such as the Baroque-style cathedral, the Museo de la Revolucion, and the fortresses of Castillo de San Salvador de la Punta and Castillo de la Real Fuerza amongst many others. The Hotel Nacional de Cuba was etched into the history books for several reasons dating back to the 1930’s and remains a must-see landmark of Havana.
In the evening, the pulsing Malecon comes to life as the sun goes down with musicians, vendors and all kinds of Havana’s characters.
Insider’s Tip: Take a tour of El Capitolio, which now houses the Cuban Academy of Sciences, for a fantastic history of the country and the building.
Called “the Halong Bay on land”, the Valle de Vinales is the prime tobacco growing region of the country. Surrounded by limestone monoliths that offer panoramic views of the fields, the locals of the area can still be seen with their horse and carts transporting the crops.
The serene beauty of the region is also a nature lover’s paradise of protected national parks and is the quintessential example of rural Cuba.
Insider’s Tip: Driving in Cuba is not recommended. Take a day tour using a classic 1950’s car and you won’t be disappointed!
When the entire old city is declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site you know that it must be on your list of things to see in Cuba. At around 4 hours drive from the capital, visitors can also stop along the way at Santa Clara to visit the resting place of the famous revolutionary, Che Guevara, in the Che Guevara Mausoleum.
Founded in 1514, Trinidad grew in importance during the 17th and 18th centuries as a hub of sugar production. The rich land owners and merchants built fantastic mansions amongst the cobblestone streets, and the colourful properties have barely changed since then.
Take a break from the sights and make your holiday to Cuba a combination of both adventure and relaxation. The beaches of Cuba offer pristine white sand leading into azure seas that will have even the hardiest traveller reaching for their towel.
At only 2 hours drive from Havana, Varadero is the area of choice for most tourists with over 12 miles of amazing coast to choose from. With All-Inclusive resorts lining the shores, the area has become more popular in recent years, but secluded stretches of sand can still be found. If you are looking for a much quieter beach escape try Playa Jibacoa.
Further east lie the Cayes, a 280 mile long archipelago joined to the mainland by 3 causeways. These islands are a haven for wildlife including flamingos, but also offer visitors a less developed option than Varadero with beaches such as Playa Pilar on Cayo Guillermo, reputed to be one of the best beaches in the Caribbean!
Situated on the Malecon, the Hotel Nacional is steeped in history and provides the perfect place for your next business meeting or event… or revolutionary council!
Located opposite El Capitolio, the Saratoga Hotel has you surrounded by the Habana Vieja giving your business access to all that Havana has to offer.
The eastern half of Cuba has excellent cities and areas to explore. Santiago de Cuba, Baracoa, and Holguin all offer visitors with an extended holiday to cuba, fantastic colonial charm.
The island nations of Jamaica and The Bahamas lie in close proximity to Cuba, as well as Cancun on the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico. With the USA beginning to fly to Havana again, the nearby city of Miami can be used to create a multi-centre itinerary also.
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