Where to go?
HAVANAFirst stop, Havana of course! The capital of Cuba is a magical and mythical city. Each neighborhood in the city has a story to tell, and you should keep your eyes and ears open and listen.
-Habana Vieja -Le Malecon-Museo de la Revolicion
VIÑALESCelebrated for its limestone mountains, Cuba’s most beautiful panoramas is found in Viñales. It is also famous for its tobacco fields, the leaves of which are used to manufacture world-famous cigar brands such as Cohiba and Montecristo.
-El Olivo-Watch the sunrise and sunset CIENFUEGOSA hub of art, culture and history, Cienfuegos is also referred to as the “Pearl of the South”. Located in one of the most beautiful bays of the Caribbean Sea, Bahia de Jagua, this small city has a European vibe due to its French ancestry. Its historic urban center includes a series of buildings that are a true testament to neocolonial architecture.
-Parc Jose Marti-Castillo De Jagua-El Jardin Botanico
TRINIDADEven due to restorations, the city has not lost any of its colonial charm. The paves streets and pastel-colored houses give the illusion that you’ve stepped back in time to 1850. Stroll through the streets and enjoy the live musical scene of Trinidad.
-Museo Romantico-Playa Ancon-Disco Avalu
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