Cuba is famed for some of the finest things in life:
cigars and mojitos and a vibrant nightlife.
For most people visiting Cuba head straight to Havana, a city of
American cars, Spanish architecture colonial monuments.
Experience the Habana Vieja before strolling along the Malecón,
taking in Havana's stunning location by the crystal clear Caribbean
By night, the rhythms of salsa and rumba, amongst others,
emanate from the numerous lively bars and clubs. Pack your dancing
shoes or at least watch the pros at the Tropicana Club over a few
Local bands fill the streets of UNESCO protected Trinidad town
with the sweet smell of cigars filling the cobbled streets offering
tempting art and handicraft stores.
No trip to Cuba would be complete without a visit to the tobacco
fields. Viñales, situated in the western most part of the country,
offering breathtaking views and is an ideal base for trips into the
tobacco fields. There is the chance to visit a traditional cigar
factory as well as to look at caves in the surrounding area which
served as refuges for runaway slaves.
But Cuba is not all cigars
and salsa, the country also invites you to spend time on its
endless white sand beaches each varying in mood and atmosphere.
Cayo Ensenachos is a stunning white sandy bay of turquoise water
and excellent diving and water sports opportunities abound in Cayos
Coco and Guillermo.
But the real beauty of Cuba is its people, infectious with
energy illustrated best by a vibe 'where anything was
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