Cuba is a relatively undiscovered country for mass tourism, largely out of reach for Americans given their ongoing travel ban. However, it’s a destination for those who love to explore and discover the real heart of a nation, and none more so than its historic capital, Havana.
Very few other places in the Caribbean will you find the unique history and character you’ll find in Havana. With a dynamic music scene, amazing architecture and monuments, and a mecca for people who love historic cars – Havana is a must visit city on a holiday to Cuba.
Heading out of the city, you could head inland and the beautiful Vinales Valley – just one of the countries UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Home to the famous tobacco plantations, Cuba is known for. Then head to the beach, either in Varadero or Jibacoa, neither far from Havana.
BEST TIME TO VISIT
WINTER – Great weather in our cold winter months, great for exploring and spending time on the beach!
Around 9 hours if flying direct, around 12 if flying via Madrid or Paris
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Those looking for more than just a beach holiday. Combine with a stay in Havana first, and then onto a beach, the Vinales valley or a tour around Western Cuba.
HOW TO GET THERE
Flights are available with Virgin Atlantic direct to Havana, and there are some charter services to the beach resort of Varadero.
IDEAL TO COMBINE WITH
As travel between America and Cuba is difficult if looking to combine Cuba with somewhere else in the region, best look at Mexico and the Riviera Maya.
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