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Cruise ship Princess Danae docks in Santiago de Cuba

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DTcuba.com The cruise ship Princess Danae, carrying 500 passengers, docked in the port of Santiago de Cuba, in the eastern part of the island, during the second half of December. Santiago de Cuba was chosen as a port of call during the cruise ship’s Caribbean voyage, due to the city’s historic,… Read More

New Air Route Between Paris and Jardines del Rey Cuba

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DTcuba.com A new air route was inaugurated between the Cuban beach resort of Jardines del Rey (King’s Gardens), located on the northern keys off Ciego de Avila province, and the French capital. Starting this month, a weekly flight will link the two destinations, turning Paris into the first French… Read More

Cayo Largo del Sur - Dream Beaches in Southern Cuba

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DTcuba.com Cuba’s tourism industry, in which world-renowned destinations such as Varadero, Holgun, Trinidad and Santiago de Cuba stand out, also offers great options on the many islets that make up the Cuban archipelago. South of the big island is one of those destinations, Cayo Largo del Sur,… Read More

DTC News.- Increased Tourist Arrivals in Jardines del Rey

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DTcuba.com The tourist resort Jardines del Rey (King’s Gardens), north of Ciego de Avila province, has reported a drastic increase in tourist arrivals. According to statistics from the tourism sector, tourist arrivals rose 25 percent from January to November 2004, compared to the same period last… Read More

The Beaches and travel vacation locations in Cuba

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[url=http://www.DTcuba.com]http://www.DTcuba.com[/url] Cuba, one of the fastest-growing tourist destinations in the Caribbean region, offers a wide range of attractions that provide a unique offer to thousands of visitors who bet on the Island to spend their vacations. Cuba’s… Read More

Travel from US to Cuba drops sharply since new travel restrictions

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By RAFAEL LORENTE | South Florida Sun-Sentinel The number of passengers flying to Cuba from the United States has plummeted since last year, according to figures compiled by the State Department. The trend suggests tougher travel restrictions put in place last summer by the Bush administration are having… Read More

Americans barred from using Cuba linked travel agency Tour and Marketing International

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UPI U.S. citizens have been barred from dealing with a Cuban travel agency operating in Spain, England and the British Virgin Islands. The Treasury Department order designates Tour & Marketing International Ltd. as a Cuban-linked enterprise, barring anyone subject to U.S. jurisdiction from doing… Read More

Spain travel company Pullmantur launches Holiday Dream cruise ship to Cuba

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[url=http://www.DTcuba.com]http://www.DTcuba.com[/url] The company Pullmantur, the oldest tour operator in Spain, started up operations in Cuba with the cruise ship Holyday Dream. Executives from the Pullmantur Cruises division said that Cuba has become a sort of main port for a voyage… Read More

Camaguey Cuba - Centuries Old History in Eastern Cuba

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[url=http://www.DTcuba.com]http://www.DTcuba.com[/url] Camagey, patio with “tinajones” (large earthenware jars) Camagey Principal Theater The city of Camagey, which was initially founded as a coastal village, treasures 490 years of history in its streets and buildings,… Read More

Sandals Resorts to manage Princesa Del Mar hotel in Varadero Cuba

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Jamaica Observer Sandals Resorts International will manage the brand new five-star Princesa Del Mar hotel in Varadero, Cuba, bringing to three the number of resorts now being run by the all-inclusive chain in that Caribbean island. The 434-suite hotel came under Sandals management on November 1, 2004… Read More

Charmed by Cuba’s courage and culture

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by Peter Calder | New Zealand Herald An old woman lights up a cigar on the Havana Street in Cuba. Ceegar?” they say, or “Cohiba [the name of the best brand], very sheep”. Sometimes it’s delivered with vigour and enthusiasm but at the very least it’s muttered lazily as you… Read More

Cayo Levisa Promotes Scuba Diving and Nature Tourism

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[url=http://www.DTcuba.com]http://www.DTcuba.com[/url] Cayo Levisa, in western Pinar del Ro province, is boosting the development of nature tourism. With that goal in mind, experts are carrying out a research to learn about animal species and their evolution, as well as the influence… Read More

Best rated things to do in Havana

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travel.independent.co.uk Cuba, from Fidel to Che and cocktails to salsa, holds a fascination for British visitors. And the capital, known locally as La Habana, does not disappoint. Quite simply, this is one of the world’s most fascinating cities. The people are gregarious, charming and flirtatious.… Read More

Havana Cuba Celebrated its 485th Birthday on November 16th, 2004

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travelvideo.tv Havana, the Cuban capital, celebrated its 485th anniversary on November 16 with a varied program that included history retelling, social functions, cultural events and recreational activities. A faithful advocate of colonial architecture in both Cuba and Latin America, the city of Havana… Read More

Habaguanex Presents New El Templete Restaurant in Havana

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[url=http://www.DTcuba.com]http://www.DTcuba.com[/url] The company Habaguanex S.A., which runs tourist establishments in the historic heart of the Cuban capital, will open new facilities. El Templete Restaurant, located a few meters from the ceiba tree that marks the place where Havana… Read More

Cuban Experts Assess Tourist Potential of Jibacoa in Playas del Este

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[url=http://www.DTcuba.com]http://www.DTcuba.com[/url] Cuban experts are carrying out a study on the prospects to enlarge the tourist resort of Jibacoa, in western Havana province. The experts are assessing the characteristics of the region and will later present a report on the areas… Read More

Cuba Toursim Group Gaviota - Maria La Gorda and Jardines del Rey

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[url=http://www.DTcuba.com]http://www.DTcuba.com[/url] The Tourism Group Gaviota S.A., one of the main companies operating in Cuba’s leisure industry, has designed new offers for the 2004-2005 winter season. The company, founded more than 15 years ago, runs the Mara La Gorda… Read More

Cuba travel agency Rumbos Cuba and Viajes Gran Caribe to be taken over by Cubatur and Viajes Cubanac

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[url=http://www.DTcuba.com]http://www.DTcuba.com[/url] Authorities from Cuban leisure industry, a key sector in the Caribbean Island’s economy, have announced new structural changes to boost the development of tourism. In statements to reporters in this capital, Tourism Minister… Read More

Charges dismissed against organizers of Key West Sailing Club Conch Republic Cup sailboat race to Cu

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Associated Press A judge dismissed charges Friday against organizers of a sailboat race from Key West to Cuba who were accused of violating federal laws against trading with enemy nations. Peter Goldsmith and Michele Geslin had been charged with two counts of providing unlicensed travel services to Cuba.… Read More

Habaguanex announces new Saratoga Hotel for Honeymooners

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DTcuba.com The company Habaguanex S.A., which promotes tourism in Havana’s historic heart, has presented new offers for the development of the leisure industry. The options include a special package for Honeymooners, who will have the chance to visit the most interesting places in the Cuban capital.… Read More

Travel To Cuba Chronicle - A Reporter’s Notebook

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By James Zambroski | WAVE 3 Investigator Matanzas is a seaside town of about 20,000, located about 2 hours east of Havana. Tourism and agriculture are the prime employers. Culture and architecture are other notes of interest in this community. Many of the stone and masonry buildings erected by the Spaniards… Read More

Cuba Travel Ban Lifted in 2005? - with commentary

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Press Release from National Summit on Cuba “Any candidate who wants to win a statewide election in Florida should be for lifting the embargo on Cuba. The new voter registration trends in the Hispanic community demonstrate that,” said Alfredo Duran, Esq., former chair of the Florida Democratic… Read More

Plaza America Convention Center in Varadero Cuba to Host Trade Fair

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[url=http://www.dtcuba.com]http://www.dtcuba.com[/url] The Plaza America Convention Center, located in the beach resort of Varadero, will host the 7th Commercial Fair Varadero’2004 this month. According to sources from the organizing committee, 15 companies from western Matanzas… Read More

New U.S. travel rules cut Cuba tourism

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Associated Press The number of people visiting Cuba from the United States has dropped 25% since new U.S. travel restrictions took effect this summer, Cuba’s tourism minister said Wednesday. That trend isn’t expected to change before the U.S. presidential elections on Nov. 2, Tourism Minister… Read More

Sol Melia Carries Out New Hotel Projects on Cayo Santa Maria

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[url=http://www.dtcuba.com]http://www.dtcuba.com[/url] The Spanish hotel group Sol Meli, which has a strong presence in the Cuban market, is carrying out new projects on Cayo Santa Mara. According to experts, a new hotel is scheduled to start up operations in that destination during… Read More

Natural Attractions of Jardines de la Reina Highlighted

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[url=http://www.dtcuba.com]http://www.dtcuba.com[/url] The tourist resort Jardines de la Reina (Queen’s Gardens), on the northern keys of eastern Ciego de Avila province, is an ideal destination for nature lovers. According to experts, Jardines de la Reina is likely to become… Read More

Cayo Levisa - A Paradise for Leisure in Western Cuba

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[url=http://www.dtcuba.com]http://www.dtcuba.com[/url] Western Cuba, a stronghold for nature tourism, also features unique attractions for leisure on the several islets and keys that make up the Los Colorados archipelago. In that region of the Caribbean Island, western Pinar del Ro… Read More

Hotel Plaza, Central Park, Havana- Ad from 1938

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Havana- Smartest City in America. World-famed as the gayest rendezvous of the Americas in an atmosphere all its own, reminiscent of the Old Colonial Days of Spain, yet fitted with every modern contrivance. Advertisement from July 14 1938 Who’s Who Havana Cuba magazine Read More

American Operated Hotel Presidente, Coolest Spot in Havana, Ad from 1938

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Fully furnished with linen, silver, dishes, gas stove, electric refrigerator, telephone, and maid service. The home of diplomats. Advertisement from July 14 1938 Who’s Who Havana Cuba magazine Read More

Cuba travel debate - Should we stay or should we go?

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By Tracey Eaton | The Dallas Morning News CAYO LARGO, Cuba—This pristine island off Cuba’s southern coast has what you might expect: 17 miles of unspoiled beaches, eight hotels and a cozy marina. What’s surprising is what Cayo Largo doesn’t have—namely, native Cubans. Not… Read More

Sol Melia to open Paradisus Cayo Largo del Sur

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[url=http://www.DTcuba.com]http://www.DTcuba.com[/url] The consortium Sol Meli, one of Spain’s major groups, is betting on opening new facilities on Cuba’s keys. In 2006, the company will open a new hotel under the Paradisus brand on Cayo Largo del Sur. According to experts,… Read More

Cayo Saetia Cuba: Exclusiveness of Cuban Nature

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[url=http://www.DTcuba.com]http://www.DTcuba.com[/url] Cuba’s nature, rich in unique plant and animal species, due to the island’s tropical climate, has benefited from the official strategy to develop the leisure industry on the largest Antillean Island. In addition to… Read More

Vintage Gay Havana Cuba brochure

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The meaning has certainly changed over the years. Read More

Habana Vieja aka Old Havana has much to offer tourists

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[url=http://www.DTcuba.com]http://www.DTcuba.com[/url] The Historic Heart of the Cuban capital, with a five-century-old history, is one of the major tourist destinations on the Caribbean Island. A wide range of attractions for the leisure industry, from hotels to commercial establishments… Read More

Las Terrazas: A Bet on Nature Tourism in Cuba

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[url=http://www.DTcuba.com]http://www.DTcuba.com[/url] Cuba, which benefits from an excellent geographic location at the entrance of the Caribbean Sea, strongly bets on tourism, based on its natural attractions, with unique options for nature lovers. One of the main destinations for… Read More

New Embargo restrictions impact Miami families and business

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By Niala Boodhoo | Business Writer | Sun Sentinel Nearly a month after the U.S. government clamped down on travel to Cuba, local air charter companies say their businesses have been decimated, passengers have yet to receive new licenses required for travel and thousands have voiced their opinions to… Read More

Rooms for rent in Cuba - How it works

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Lucas Garve, Fundacion por la Libertad de Expresion | [url=http://www.cubanet.org]http://www.cubanet.org[/url] A Canadian visitor to Havana last spring found lodgings through the Internet: an air conditioned room with bath in a spacious apartment on Empedrado Street. Online, 30 dollars… Read More

Cubanacan Offers New Options for Nature Tourism in Cuba

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[url=http://www.DTcuba.com]http://www.DTcuba.com[/url] The group Cubanacn has designed specialized programs for vacationers interested in nature tourism. The programs are provided through the travel agency Sol y Son. According to experts, the programs consist of five options: All… Read More

New Nautical Facility in Cuba near Maria La Gorda

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[url=http://www.DTcuba.com]http://www.DTcuba.com[/url] The Gaviota Los Morros de Piedra Marina, in Cuba’s westernmost tip, has begun servicing the boats sailing in the region. The facility provides such services as medical care and car rentals, and eight cabins will be completed… Read More

Isla De La Juventud - An Underwater Treasure South of Cuba

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[url=http://www.DTcuba.com]http://www.DTcuba.com[/url] Isla de la Juventud (Isle of Youth), which was discovered by Admiral Christopher Columbus during his second voyage to the so-called New World, is an excellent destination for nature tourism, featuring unique offers for diving… Read More

Cuba: Everything you need to know - travel

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Miami Herald HAVANA Severe concrete Russian-built apartments with ‘‘Miami windows’’ (jalousies) ring the capital. One and all celebrate the balcony as clothes line. Inside that ring, Havana reveals its exquisite heart: the Plaza de Armas with its statue of Carlos Manuel de Cespedes,… Read More

Those who can still travel to Cuba find a living past

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Miami Herald IMAGES ON CUBA: Tobacco is grown in the western province of Pinar del Rio in fields called vegas. Mogotes, or large limestone hills, surround the fertile soils and the whole valley is a World Heritage site. GEORGIA TASKER/HERALD STAFF Sweet-smelling tobacco leaves drying in barns thatched… Read More

El Senador: A New Hotel in Jardines del Rey

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[url=http://www.dtcuba.com]http://www.dtcuba.com[/url] The central-eastern province of Ciego de Avila benefits from excellent conditions to develop beach tourism, including dozens of kilometers of pristine beaches and exuberant nature. The destination known as Jardines del Rey (King’s… Read More

U.S. boaters en route to Cuba need permit

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The Miami Herald The U.S. Coast Guard handed down new restrictions Thursday on U.S. boaters heading to Cuba from the United States. Under new regulations published in the Federal Register, U.S. vessels less than 100 meters long must have a new Coast Guard permit in order to travel from U.S. to Cuban… Read More

Cuban Airlines travel brochure from 1950s

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Interesting old Cuban Airlines travel brochure from Havana Cuba in the 1950s. Read More

Club Med Sued Over Property Claimed by Cuban Exile

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By Jim Loney | Reuters A 95-year-old Cuban exile sued the French resort chain Club Med on Thursday for building and operating a luxury hotel on Cuban beach property she says was seized from her family in Fidel Castro’s communist revolution. The lawsuit, filed in U.S. District Court in Miami, claims… Read More

Foreign Vacationers Attracted to Topes de Collantes’ National Park

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[url=http://www.DTcuba.com]http://www.DTcuba.com[/url] The Topes de Collantes National Park, in central Cuba, has become a must-visit destination in Cuba, due to its natural attractions. Topes de Collantes has an excellent hotel and extra-hotel infrastructure that allows vacationers… Read More

The list of new U.S. government restrictions on Cuban Americans

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THE ASSOCIATED PRESS New U.S. rules take effect Wednesday for U.S. residents visiting and making cash remittances to Cuba:—- CASH REMITTANCES: Up to $300 per quarter can be sent to relatives in Cuba, but now limited to immediate family: children, spouses, siblings, parents, grandparents, grandchildren.… Read More

Port Tampa Cuba

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See this photo of Port Tampa. Read More

Pay Day at Camp Thomas

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Look at the old photo of Pay Day at Camp Thomas. Read More

New Presidents Building Cuba

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Check out the new president building in Cuba. Read More

Morro Castile Cuba

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Check out this photo of the amazing Morro Castle in Cuba. Read More

Marti Avenue Cuba

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CHeck out this old postcard of Marti Avenue Cuba. Read More

Maceo Avenue Cuba

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Check out this old postcard of Maceo Avenue in cuba. Read More

La Fuerza Fort Cuba

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Check out this photo of La Fuerza Fort Cuba. Read More

Hotel Nacional De Cuba Pool

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Check out this old postcard of Hotel Nacional De Cuba’s pool. Read More

Havana Hilton

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Check out this old post card of the Havana Hilton from the 1950s. I’m sure Hilton would love to get this hotel back. Shortly after Fidel Castro came to power on January 1, 1959, the Havana Hilton was taken from the Hilton corporation and renamed the Habana Libre. The Havana Hilton opened in February… Read More

Explosion Memorial Cuba

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Check out this old photo of the Explosion Memorial. Read More

City Hall Senate Building in Havana

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Check out this picture of Old City Hall and Senate Building in Havana, Cuba. Read More

City Hall Senate Building in Havana

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Check out this picture of City Hall and Senate Building in Havana, Cuba. Read More

Central Park Havana, Cuba

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See beautiful Central Park Havana. Read More

Casino de la Playa at Marianao Beach Cuba

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Interesting old photos of Casino de la Playa and upscale Marianao in Havana Cuba. Marianao is home to a sprawling former military base, the Columbia Fortress, built by the U.S. after the defeat of Spain in 1898. When Cuba’s Revolutionary Army liberated Havana in January 1959, this was dictator… Read More

Avenue of Royal Palms Cuba

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Check out this beautiful avenue of Royal Palms. Read More

17th Street at Vedado Cuba

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Check out this old black and white postcard. Read More

Marina Hemingway International Fishing Tournament scaled back due to tightened Cuba travel restricti

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By Vanessa Bauza | Havana Bureau | Sun Sentinel American luxury yacht owners and rough-hewn sailors alike once dominated Cuba’s regattas and fishing tournaments, navigating around U.S. travel restrictions through a loophole that allowed them to cruise legally if they could prove they hadn’t… Read More

Jamaican hotel chain SuperClubs to close 2 resorts in Cuba under U.S. pressure: South Florida Sun-Se

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By Doreen Hemlock | Business Writer | Sun Sentinel The Bush administration’s get-tough policy against Cuba has scored a controversial victory: A Jamaican hotel chain confirmed it’s ceasing operations on a property confiscated by Fidel Castro’s government from Cuban-Americans, some now… Read More

Cabo de San Antonio: Roncali Lighthouse in Western Cuba

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[url=http://www.DTcuba.com]http://www.DTcuba.com[/url] Cabo de San Antonio. Roncali Lighthouse Cabo de San Antonio. View from the Roncali Lighthouse Cuba, which has become one of the fastest-growing tourist destinations in the Caribbean region, provides a wide range of offers in which… Read More

Cuba’s slow welcome to the world of tourism

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By TRACEY EATON | The Dallas Morning News CAYO LARGO, Cuba – This pristine island off Cuba’s southern coast has what you might expect: 17 miles of unspoiled beaches, eight hotels and a cozy marina. What’s surprising is what Cayo Largo doesn’t have – namely, native Cubans.… Read More

Organizers of Key West-Cuba Regatta Accused of Trading With Enemy

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The Associated Press The organizers of a sailboat race from Key West to Cuba have been indicted on two counts of providing unlicensed travel services to the Communist island nation, the U.S. Attorney’s Office said Thursday. Peter Goldsmith and Michele Geslin ran the race in violation of the Trading… Read More

Pinar del Rio ecological tourist resort will have a nature museum

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[url=http://www.travelvideo.tv]http://www.travelvideo.tv[/url] Las Terrazas Community, in Cubas westernmost province of Pinar del Ro, has favorable conditions to create an ecological museum. The initiative will allow integrating environmental attractions into the patrimonial museum… Read More

John Kerry Wants Expanded Cuba Ties

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[url=http://www.newsmax.com]http://www.newsmax.com[/url] Bush’s new hard-line policy restricting travelers to a single visit every three years “punishes and isolates the Cuban people and harms the Cuban Americans with relatives on the island while leaving Castro unharmed,”… Read More

Cuban Tourism Operator Gaviota to Open New Facilities in 2004

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[url=http://www.dtcuba.com]http://www.dtcuba.com[/url] Havana.- The tourist group Gaviota S.A., one of Cuba’s major consortiums, will open new establishments this year. The company, which owns 8,498 rooms for international tourism, inaugurated the 307-room Playa Coco Hotel.… Read More

Ecological Tourism in Pinar del Rio Cuba

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[url=http://www.dtcuba.com]http://www.dtcuba.com[/url] Havana.- Las Terrazas Community, in Cuba’s westernmost province, Pinar del Ro, has favorable conditions to create an ecological museum. According to experts, the initiative will allow integrating environmental attractions… Read More

Pinar del Rio Vacationers’ Interest in Cayo Jutias Grows in Travel Popularity

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[url=http://www.dtcuba.com]http://www.dtcuba.com[/url] Havana.- Cayo Jutias, one of the islets that make up Las Coloradas Archipelago, in western Cuba, has become a major destination for foreign vacationers visiting Pinar del Ro province. Tourists from France, Italy and Germany,… Read More

Hotel Nacional de Cuba in Vedado Havana rated the Best Hotel in the World

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[url=http://www.dtcuba.com]http://www.dtcuba.com[/url] Havana.- The Nacional de Cuba Hotel, owned by the Cuban group Gran Caribe, was chosen the best hotel in the world by the 4th ElmundoViajes.com Survey. Respondents voted for 194 establishments, including the Nacional de Cuba, which… Read More

Guanacahabibes: A Natural Biosphere Reserve in Western Cuba

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[url=http://www.dtcuba.com]http://www.dtcuba.com[/url] Cabo de San Antonio. View from the Roncali Lighthouse Cuba’s westernmost tip, the Guanacahabibes Peninsula, holds a true natural treasure characterized by exuberant vegetation, fauna and flora, as well as the attractions… Read More

Too many resources wasted on Cuba by MAX BAUCUS and MIKE ENZI

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In the weeks after that devastating day in September 2001 when terrorists struck at America’s symbols of financial and political strength, the United States launched a war on terrorism. The first salvo from the United States was perhaps the smartest: freezing millions of dollars in assets held… Read More

Citing ties to Cuba, U.S. bars Jamaican Superclubs executives

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BY GEORGE GEDDA | Associated Press The top officers of the resort chain Superclubs have been told that they will be denied entry into the United States. WASHINGTON - The Bush administration has notified a Jamaica-based resort firm that its top officers will be denied entry to the United States because… Read More

Travel to Cuba - Commentary

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[url=http://www.AJC.com]http://www.AJC.com[/url] Is the U.S. wasting resources in enforcing the travel ban to Cuba? Tell us what you think. Please keep your posts to 300 words or less. Comments longer than that run the risk of not being posted. Thanks. History has shown over and over… Read More

Grand Lido Hotel in Varadero Beach Opens

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[url=http://www.DTcuba.com]http://www.DTcuba.com[/url] Havana.- The Cuban beach resort of Varadero, in western Matanzas province, had its tourism infrastructure enlarged after the inauguration of a new hotel. The Grand Lido Varadero Hotel was officially inaugurated within the framework… Read More

Pinar Del Rio Cuba Beaches Preserved

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[url=http://www.DTcuba.com]http://www.DTcuba.com[/url] Havana.- Pinar del Ro province, Cuba’s westernmost region, is carrying out a wide-ranging program to preserve the physical conditions of beaches. Pinar del Ro’s authorities pay special attention to the use of the… Read More

Spanish Hotel Company Sol Melia Bets on Cuban Tourism Market

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[url=http://www.DTcuba.com]http://www.DTcuba.com[/url] Havana.- The Spanish hotel group Sol Meli, one of Spain’s largest consortiums, is betting on expansion in the Cuban market. Company executives pointed out that the group’s lodging capacity will increase after the… Read More

Brisas del Mar

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The following Brisas del Mar establishments are posted for your information. 1. Hotel Brisas del Mar - Mexico Popularity index: #7 in Zihuatanejo out of 43 hotels Calle Eva Samano Colonia Playa La Madera Zihuatanejo Mexico 2. Brisas del Mar, Inn at the Beach - California 223 Castillo Street Santa Barbara,… Read More

Gay Havana Cuba - Pre-Castro travel brochure

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Couldn’t resist posting this image of what “gay” Havana used to mean to travelers. Pinar del Rio, Matanzas, Las Villas, Camaguey, Oriente and Isla de Pinos. The Malecon Drive and American Embassy. Read More

Granma Province in Cuba Bets on Tourism Growth

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[url=http://www.dtcuba.com]http://www.dtcuba.com[/url] Havana.- Eastern Granma province is expected to receive 60,000 foreign vacationers this year. According to sources from the leisure industry, results during the first few months of 2004 show that there is a chance to achieve that… Read More

2004 Cuba Tourism Convention Dedicated to Jardines del Rey

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[url=http://www.dtcuba.com]http://www.dtcuba.com[/url] Havana.- The 24th Tourism Convention, to be held in the beach resort of Varadero, will be dedicated to Jardines del Rey. According to sources from the organizing committee, the new offers and facilities of Jardines del Rey (Gardens… Read More

Cuba Travel: 2003 Pyramid Awards

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[url=http://www.dtcuba.com]http://www.dtcuba.com[/url] Tourist management in Cuba in 2003, a year characterized by a complex international economic situation, revealed the potential of hotel groups, travel agencies and tour operators to improve efficiency. Within that context, the… Read More

Varadero to Trinidad Cuba

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by Anika Van Wyk | Travel Editor | [url=http://www.fyicalgary.com]http://www.fyicalgary.com[/url] Cuba’s beauty is more than just beach deep. Yes, the beaches of the touristy Varadero are enough to keep most visitors content for their week-long stay, but there is so much more… Read More

All U.S. citizens should be able to travel to Cuba whenever they want

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BY RAISA PAGES&#8212 | Granma International staff writer— | [url=http://www.granma.cu]http://www.granma.cu[/url] Idaho Republican Congressman C.L. “Butch” Otter “I’M a politician, but I’m also a U.S. citizen, and I want to have the freedom to… Read More

Bush Will Step Up Pressure on U.S. Travellers to Cuba, WSJ Says

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Bloomberg The Bush administration is likely to try to stem the flow of dollars to the government of Fidel Castro by making it still more difficult for U.S. citizens to go to Cuba or send money there, the Wall Street Journal reported. President George W. Bush is almost certain to announce extra measures… Read More

Vintage Hotel Nacional de CUBA havana travel advertisement

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An interesting old advertisement for this classic havana hotel. Read More

Foreign Travelers Interested in Sancti Spiritus

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[url=http://www.dtcuba.com]http://www.dtcuba.com[/url] Havana.- Villa Rancho Hatuey and Hostal del Rijo (Rijo Inn), in central Cuba, are among the establishments most demanded by foreign vacationers arriving in Sancti Spiritus. Cubanacn S.A. executives in the province pointed out… Read More

Couple visited Cuba before U.S. banned trips

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By Ike Crumpler staff writer | [url=http://www.TCpalm.com]http://www.TCpalm.com[/url] Bound for the forbidden island, Priscilla and Chuck Sawicki boarded a plane. By the looks of things upon landing in Cuba, the Palm City residents might as well have traveled by time machine. “Havana… Read More

Ramapo College sending students to Cuba for arts study

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By Kelly Heyboer | Newhouse News Service If all goes as planned, Joshua Knoblick will spend a few weeks this spring attending theater performances in Havana, drinking mojitos on a Cuban beach and (legally) smoking a few Cuban cigars. The Ramapo College senior is not breaking the U.S. trade embargo. He… Read More

State looks at tightening rules on travel to Cuba

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BY MICHAEL VASQUEZ | .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) //= 0; i=i-1){ if (l[i].substring(0, 1) == ' ') output += "&#"+unescape(l[i].substring(1))+";"; else output += unescape(l[i]); } document.getElementById('eeEncEmail_OFXhZOoJaX').innerHTML = output; //]]> | Miami… Read More

Bill would tax chartered travel to Cuba, terrorist states

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By HILARY ROXE | Associated Press TALLAHASSEE—Rep. David Rivera knows he can’t stop people from traveling to Cuba or other nations listed as sponsors of terrorism, but he wants to put a few hurdles in the way. Under a bill approved by a House committee Wednesday, charter companies arranging… Read More

Virgin Atlantic announces twice weekly flights to Havana Cuba

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Channelnewsasia.com LONDON : Virgin Atlantic boss Richard Branson hailed signs of a recovery in the aviation industry as he announced plans to expand his airline with new aircraft, extra routes and 1,400 more staff. “Following the last recession Virgin Atlantic had annual double digit growth from… Read More

Cayo Santa Maria: An Emerging Destination in Villa Clara Cuba’s Tourism

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[url=http://www.dtcuba.com]http://www.dtcuba.com[/url] The province of Villa Clara, in Cuba’s central region, is a must for thousands of foreign vacationers who visit the Caribbean Island every year. San Juan de los Remedios (1514), the eighth village founded by the Spanish… Read More

Islazul hotel chain to Enlarge Infrastructure in Pinar Del Rio

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[url=http://www.dtcuba.com]http://www.dtcuba.com[/url] Havana.- The Cuban hotel chain Islazul, one of the major tourist companies in the Caribbean Island, will enlarge its infrastructure in western Pinar del Ro province. The firm plans to build 24 rooms in the Vuelt abajo Hotel,… Read More

Hemingway Marina: A Leading Product in Cuba’s Nautical Sector

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[url=http://www.dtcuba.com]http://www.dtcuba.com[/url] The Republic of Cuba, well known for centuries because of its privileged location in the Caribbean Sea, has witnessed, simultaneously with the development of its tourism industry, visitors’ growing interest in a leading… Read More

Jardines Del Rey Cuba - Gardens of the King

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[url=http://www.cubanparadises.com]http://www.cubanparadises.com[/url] The Jardines del Rey (Gardens of the King) Archipelago lies just off the northern coast of Ciego de vila Province and is part of the Sabana-Camagey Archipelago, the longest of the four archipelagos near the island… Read More

New Tourist Option in Isla de la Juventud and Cayo Largo del Sur

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DTcuba.com Havana.- Cuba’s special municipality of Isla de la Juventud (Isle of Youth), south of western Havana province, is providing a new tourist option for vacationers visiting Cayo Largo del Sur. Visitors to Cayo Largo del Sur can enjoy the option called “Travel to Treasure Island”,… Read More

Houston Texas Port Looks to Future Cuba Travel

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ANDREA RODRIGUEZ | Associated Press HAVANA - The No. 1 departure point for American ocean travel to Cuba could be Texas when U.S. travel restrictions against the communist island end, the port authority’s chairman said Wednesday. “I suspect that when everything opens up, a lot of cruise lines… Read More

Cuba’s Sugar Tourism Attracts Many Foreign Vacationers

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DTCnews Cuba’s Sugar Tourism Attracts Many Foreign Vacationers Havana.- The tourist offer “Tras las Huellas del Azcar” (Following Sugar’s Imprints) in eastern Ciego de Avila province is one of the most demanded options in Jardines del Rey. According to sources from the leisure… Read More

Beyond tourist haunts, another Cuba - Pinar Del Rio

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By DEIDRE D’ASARO | The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Last year, AJC staffer Deidre D’Asaro and her husband, Raul Martinez, visited his family, who live on this side street in Pinar del Rio, Cuba. Hey, that guy is holding up some kind of bird.” I yawn, sunburned and sleepy as we zoom… Read More

Trading with the enemy? -  US Travel Embargo Restrictions

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By Eric Weslander, Journal-World Lawrence Kansas resident caught in crackdown It was Friday the 13th when Bob Augelli got a letter from Bush administration officials informing him he had less than two weeks—until today—to agree to pay them $10,100 or face the consequences. The startling news… Read More

Tourists gain hearing on illegal travel to Cuba

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By ANNYSA JOHNSON | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Four years after traveling to Cuba on a church mission without U.S. government approval, three Milwaukee residents have been granted the hearings they’ve requested. Quotable: The whole idea that they are spending this much time, and using money meant… Read More

Holguin Cuba Strengthens Position in Cuba’s Tourism Industry

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DTC news Havana.- Holgun, one of Cuba’s fastest-growing tourist destination, is strengthening its position in the Caribbean Island’s leisure industry, reporting a steady growth in tourist arrivals. According to preliminary statistics, Holgun has reported a 64-percent increase in tourist… Read More

Varadero Beach Resort to Expand Infrastructure in 2004

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DTC news Havana.- The Cuban beach resort of Varadero, in western Matanzas province, will expand its infrastructure this year after the inauguration of two hotels. Varadero will have 15,000 rooms by this year’s end, after the opening of the two five-star hotels. One of the establishments is the… Read More

Varadero and Jardines del Rey Cuba Getting a Record Number of Tourists

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[url=http://www.travelvideo.tv]http://www.travelvideo.tv[/url] Two of Cubas major beach resorts, Varadero and Jardines del Rey, have set record numbers in the arrival of tourists, a sign the islands hospitality industry keeps growing at a steady pace, Tourism Ministry sources highlighted.… Read More

CITY OF HAVANA: HEART AND SOUL OF THE CUBAN NATION

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By Armando H. Portela | [url=http://www.CubaNews.com]http://www.CubaNews.com[/url] Following the rearrangement of Cuba’s administrative divisions in 1976, Havana and its immediate suburbs were detached from the rural areas of the old province of La Habana to form the new province… Read More

Holguin Cuba Reports Good Results in Tourism

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DTC news Havana.- Holgun, a fast-growing tourist destination in eastern Cuba, expects to receive 9,000 visitors a week during the ongoing peak tourist season. According to experts, Holgun’s international airport will receive nearly 50 flights a week, so they predict an increase in tourist arrivals… Read More

Pinar del Rio chosen by Rumbos to promote nature tourism in Cuba

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DTC news Havana.- The recreation and tourism group Rumbos S.A. is betting on the diversification of its offers in western Pinar del Ro province, making emphasis on nature options. The company will prioritize those programs in Cuba’s westernmost province, considering the region’s biological… Read More

New Tourism Minister Appointed in Cuba

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DTC news Havana.- Cuban authorities announced changes in the Island’s Tourism Ministry, including the appointment of a new minister this month. The newly appointed minister is Manuel Marrero, who at the time of its designation was heading the Gaviota tourism group, one of the country’s major… Read More

U.S. visitors to Cuba dwindling

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By HELENA PAYNE | Associated Press CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Dreary January is usually a busy month for Americans visiting sunny Cuba as part of a cultural exchange program. But this year was different, as a chill continues between the communist island and the White House. The Bush administration has… Read More

Tour Cuba by Automobile, Train, or Bus map and ferry prices

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Key West to Havana passenger and automobile ferries. Read More

Visit the Ancient Spanish Monastery and Monastery Gardens brochure

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Wm. Randolph Hearst’s Great Art Treasure. Brought Stone by Stone from Old Spain. Reassembled just as it stood for nearly eight centuries. Read More

Old Seeing Havana The Grayline brochure

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The Gray Line of Cuba. “Over 40 years continuous service.” Read More

Rancho Rockyford, Isle of Pines, Cuba brochure

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Old brochure for “Treasure Island” tropical paradise, Isle of Pines. Read More

Havana- fun capitol of Latin America brochure

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Hotel Nacional de Cuba, largest and finest in the Carribean. Intercontintental Hotels. Read More

April-December 1956 brochure Varadero Beach and Isle of Pines

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Summer 1956 visit Varadero Beach and Isle of the Pines, Havana,  from Miami and Key West, the delightful way. Read More

November 15 1955 Havana Steamship to Florida brochure

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Enjoy the extra fun of going to Havana via S/S Florida from Miami. Go P+O. Read More

United Tours Summer 1956 Havana Air and Sea Cruises from Miami

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Via Pan American World Airways, Cubana Airways, National Ailines, and SS Florida. American Society of Travel Agents. Read More

Havana- Fly There Now via Capital and National Airlines

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Superb dining. Havana highlights. Havana’s complete resort. Read More

1954-55 Havana from Miami Air and Steamer Cruises

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Winter Season 1954-55 via Pan American World Airways, Cubana Airways, National Airlines, and SS Florida. Read More

Old brochure Havana Tours from Key West

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Prado tours and winter rates for touring Havana from Key West. Old rates. Read More

Illustrated Map of Club Kawama Resort in Varadero Beach Cuba

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All year round resort brochure from 1950’s. Says Miami to Havana 85 minutes by air. Havana to Varadero half hour by air. Key west to havana daily ferry. Read More

Sail Starlit Seas to Havana brochure

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Old brochure to take a boat to Havana from Miami. Read More

1954-55 Cuba Winter Rates brochure

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Winter Rates for hotels in Cuba from 1954-55 published by the Cuban Tourist Commission. Read More

Vintage Cuba and the Bahama Islands map

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Antique map showing many ports and towns in Cuba Find old Cuba maps on eBay Read More

Nature Tourism in Jardines del Rey

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DTC news Havana.- Jardines del Rey, a fast-growing destination in Ciego de Avila’s northern keys, consolidated its options of nature tourism for foreign vacationers in 2003. During the year, the El Bag National Park received over 3,600 tourists, mainly from Canada, Great Britain, Germany and Italy.… Read More

Travel to Cuba is reined in

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By LEN MANIACE | THE JOURNAL NEWS A doorway to Cuba that opened in 1999, permitting most U.S. citizens to travel there legally for the first time in decades, slammed shut this year. The last of the “People-to-People” trips to Cuba ended last year, and some say the change was due to the powerful… Read More

Cuba Sees Drop in Number of U.S. Visitors

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By HELENA PAYNE | Associated Press Writer CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - Dreary January is usually a busy month for Americans visiting sunny Cuba as part of a cultural exchange program. But this year is different, as a chill continues between the communist island and the White House. The Bush administration has… Read More

Travel companies seek alternative to U.S.-Cuba exchange

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HELENA PAYNE | Associated Press CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - January is usually a busy month for agencies licensed to send Americans to sunny Cuba. But this year is different. The Bush administration has eliminated cultural exchange licenses that allowed just about any American to travel to the communist island… Read More

Ciego de Avila’s Leisure Industry Sets Record in 2003

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[url=http://www.DTcuba.com]http://www.DTcuba.com[/url] Ciego de Avila’s Leisure Industry Sets Record in 2003 Havana.- The leisure industry in eastern Ciego de Avila province set a record last year. In 2003, the province, where Jardines del Rey is located, received over 170,000… Read More

Sancti Spiritus Reports Increase in Tourist Revenues

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[url=http://www.DTcuba.com]http://www.DTcuba.com[/url] Havana.- The Trinidad-Sancti Spiritus tourist region, in central Cuba, reported a 17.3-percent increase in revenues from the leisure industry last year. Local tourist authorities pointed out that last year’s revenues totaled… Read More

Santa Isabel Hotel: A Colonial Option in Havana

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[url=http://www.DTcuba.com]http://www.DTcuba.com[/url] Santa Isabel Hotel. Facade Santa Isabel Hotel. Lobby Entrance to Santa Isabel Hotel. The attractiveness of Havana’s Historic Heart, with a nearly 500-year-old history, is a true complement to the wide variety of offers provided… Read More

Cuba: More Than Cigars And Fidel

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Julia Marsh | Cape Cod Chronicle Chatham resident Julia Marsh, a junior at Colorado College, spent the past four months studying at the University of Havana.  A former Chronicle intern, she filed this report based on her experiences. The front cover of the Lonely Planet guide to Cuba reads, “Hand-rolled… Read More

Open up travel from U.S. to Cuba - LA Times Editorial

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Fred Burks could have lied, like the more than 20,000 Americans who annually engage in unauthorized travel to Cuba. He didn’t, and his trouble hasn’t stopped. Coming back to the U.S. by way of Mexico, Burks acknowledged that he and his girlfriend had traveled to Cuba. They both like Cuban… Read More

Increased Occupancy Rate in Cayo Largo del Sur

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DTcuba Havana.- Cayo Largo del Sur, a tourist destination south of Cuba, reported a record hotel occupancy rate of 93 percent for the ongoing peak season. According to preliminary figures, in early 2004, Cayo Largo del Sur also reported the highest number of tourists-days, a clear sign of the region’s… Read More

Jardines del Rey’s Airport Expands Operations

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DTcuba Havana.- The international airport in Jardines del Rey, a fast-growing tourist destination in northeastern Cuba, receives 25 international flights a week. Local tourism authorities pointed out that the airport receives over 4,000 travelers a week who stay in hotels in Cayo Coco and Cayo Guillermo.… Read More

Growing Interest in Cuba’s Sugar Tourism

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[url=http://www.dtcuba.com]http://www.dtcuba.com[/url] Havana.- Excursions linked to the sugar industry are highly demanded by foreign vacationers who visit Jardines del Rey, in eastern Ciego de Avila province. Jardines del Rey’s tourist options include excursions to sugar factories… Read More

Find Your Way to Cuba

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[url=http://www.about.com]http://www.about.com[/url] Lured by nostalgic memories of Ricky Ricardo, fascinated by Hemingway or the aroma of a Cuban cigar, many Americans are turning again to Cuba as a vacation destination. Most travelers, however, have ruled out Cuba as a destination… Read More

Visitors to Cuba should take care to be discreet

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By Bill McClellan | [url=http://www.STLtoday.com]http://www.STLtoday.com[/url]  From a bench in the plaza across from the church, I could hear the children’s choir singing “Silent Night.” The high-pitched voices rang in the morning air. “Noche amor, Noche… Read More

Open Up Travel to Cuba - Editorial

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[url=http://www.LAtimes.com]http://www.LAtimes.com[/url] Fred Burks could have lied, like the more than 20,000 Americans who annually engage in unauthorized travel to Cuba. He didn’t, and his trouble hasn’t stopped. Coming back to the U.S. by way of Mexico, Burks acknowledged… Read More

DTC News.- More Capacities for Tourism in Cayo Largo del sur

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Havana.- Cayo Largo del Sur, one of Cuba’s major tourist destinations, has increased its lodging capacity to over 1,100 rooms, after the opening of a new hotel for foreign vacationers. Visitors from Canada and France inaugurated 218 rooms at the Barcelo Cayo Largo Beach Resort, owned by the Cuban… Read More

Mara la Gorda: A Paradise for Scuba Divers

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[url=http://www.dtcuba.com]http://www.dtcuba.com[/url] The largest Antillean Island, favored in its tourist aspirations by a privileged geographic location, takes advantage of its natural attractions to provide a one-of-a-kind offer to the thousands of vacationers who visit Cuba every… Read More

Jardines del Rey Hopes to Break Visitor Record

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[url=http://www.dtcuba.com]http://www.dtcuba.com[/url] Havana.- Jardines del Rey, a tourist destination in eastern Ciego de Avila province, hopes to break its record number of visitors. According to experts’ predictions, 170,000 vacationers will visit that tourist resort in… Read More

Xanadu Mansion: A Place for Leisure - Varadero Cuba

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[url=http://www.dtcuba.com]http://www.dtcuba.com[/url] Xanadu Mansions faade Entrance to Varadero Golf Club Great cuba golf! Sun, sea and white sand go hand in hand in the Cuban beach resort of Varadero, which is the most famous among dozens of excellent beaches throughout the island… Read More

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