Guide to Havana Cuba
Posted: 16 February 2011 09:34 PM   [ Ignore ]
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Joined  2007-03-05 is not your classic Cuba website. Rather, it’s as unique as City of Havana itself. goes far beyond the usual tourist attractions, city tours, Havana beaches, Salsa dancing, cigar factories, and vintage cars. It’s an invaluable source for the content seeker, the Cuba lover, the Cuba addict.

Tourists and curiosity seekers are welcome to peruse, but the site owners prefer to communicate with real travelers. They’re looking for people who want to discover, listen, and get involved in discussions about life in Cuba. Travelers who aren’t afraid to get lost and found in a remote Havana suburb are invited. Item: Havana is safer than London or New York.

Tired of the touted and overpriced Hemingway hangouts around Havana, where tourist groups come and go like schoolchildren? Ever tried a “Cubans only” bar in Havana? The sort of place where you, the “Yuma” (Cuban slang for foreigner), alone among Cubans, learns your first words of Cuban slang.

Have you ever fallen in love in Havana? Avoid the scams and pitfalls by joining the site forum about “love and divorce” in Cuba. Like to know more about life in Havana, a specific location, money exchange, car rentals, etc.? On read up on all these and many other topics, plus comments by fellow Havana visitors. hopes your virtual tour leads to a real Cuban adventure very soon.

About got its start in 2005 as an independent website with reports on the lifestyle and allure of Cuba’s capital city. The website is currently run by Belgian Havana junky Vic Peys and his Cuban partner Jacqueline. Thanks to input from many Habaneros and visitors from over 150 countries, provides quality content and insider information unique on the web. For Cuba travel photos, visit


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