A day in Vinales reveals rustic Cuba; Gay Nagle Myers; Travel Weekly

Venturing outside Cuba’s capital to the countryside setting of the Vinales Valley in Pinar del Rio, Cuba’s westernmost province, provides a look at rural life far-removed from Havana.

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Castillo de San Pedro de la Roca del Morro; Lonely Planet

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Everything you need to know about traveling legally to Cuba; Brendan Sainsbury’ Lonely Planet

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The most iconic tourist attraction in 25 countries around the world; Talla Lakritz; Business Insider

There’s something powerful about finally seeing a famous landmark or natural wonder in person instead of on a postcard (or Instagram).

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Trinidad Fosters Valley of the Sugar Mills Tourist Values; Radio Trinidad

The Valley of the Sugar Mills, located north-east of Trinidad city, was granted the condition of UNESCO’s World Heritage Site in 1988…

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Discover Cuba’s great nightlife, rich history and chic hotels on summer trip; Mike Tubbs; The Sun

“COME and dance with me,” said the dazzling showgirl in a whirl of sequins and feathers. Welcome to the Tropicana, Cuba’s extravaganza of singing, dancing and outlandish costumes. Gyrating, barely-…

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Cienfuegos, the City Benny Moré Praised as his Favorite; Panamerican World

Cienfuegos is one of the most beautiful cities in Cuba. It was dubbed the Pearl of the South, after a song by Cuban music icon Benny Moré.

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Sailing in Cuba: The joys of exploring the island by yacht; Yachting World

Cuba isn’t just another Caribbean island – it’s a completely different world where money can’t buy everything, says Rachael Sprot…

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Cienfuegos celebrates her 200th birthday; Claire Boobbyer; The Holiday Place

Cienfuegos, brimming with pastel columns, fancy buildings, and founded by the French, celebrates her 200th birthday this year. This southern Cuban city, set in the embrace of a vast bay on the Caribbean coast, plans a programme of events from next month. And, for the first time, local artists will stage performance and installations for Havana’s famous art fair, the Bienal, during April and May.

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All the Best Day Trips to Take in Havana; Jennifer Agress; Thrillist

From rolling cigars to driving classic cars, here’s what you need to try…

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Sailing Cuba’s Jardines de la Reina; Bill Barton; Cruising World

Old sailing friends charter a catamaran in Cienfuegos for a journey to Cuba’s Jardines de la Reina and the historic town of Trinidad.

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The 48 Hour Guide to Trinidad Cuba; Ayngelina; BaconIsMagic

The country’s most beautiful city, the good news is that it’s small, everything is close together and with this plan you can see everything in 48 hours.

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Colorful Cuba! Stunning photo’s capture the dream-like quality of Havana; Sadie Whitelocks; Daily Mail

If you’re looking for something to cheer up your day, these sunny photos from Cuba might be something for you. The French photographer Helene Havard explored the capital of Havana in an attempt to make the dreamy & # 39; to conquer the side of the city. Her colorful images show buildings painted in bold […]

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20 Ways to Experience Havana, Cuba During a Cruise; Haiyan Ma; Cruise Hive

If you’re heading to Havana, Cuba during a cruise vacation then here are the best ways you can experience the Caribbean destination.

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Sending postcards from Havana; Mimi Whitefield; Miami Herald

HAVANA, Cuba — Herman Portocarero, a former diplomat in Cuba, refers to the seaside Malecon, the wall and promenade that run along Havana’s coastline facing north toward the United States…

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Havana travel guide; Tandra Teegarden; suvtravel – Travel To The World

Among the most dynamic and vibrant spots in the region, Havana pulsates with all the art, music, tropical sensuality and bustle that befits the largest capital city in the Caribbean. Famously a riotous medley of laughter, politics, culture, and poverty, contemporary Cuba is going through unprecedented changes. The withdrawal of Fidel Castro from politics, and […]

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The Best New Cruises Setting Sail in 2019; Janice Wald Henderson; Coastal Living

How to choose when one new cruise sounds dreamier than the next? We make cherry-picking easy, whittling down compelling choices to a swoon-worthy few.

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Exploring Ashore: Luxury Maiden Calls in Cuba, Japan and Europe; Susan Young; Luxury Travel Advisor

Luxury cruise lines have planned enticing maiden calls to Cuba, Japan, Italy and Greece. See what’s on tap for 2019 to 2021 here.

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24 Hours in Havana, Cuba; Charukesi Ramadurai; The National

The Cuban capital has always had cultural appeal, but as it approaches its 500th anniversary, there are smart hotels and restaurants too…

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Cienfuegos cruise port guide; Claire Boobbyer; Telegraph

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