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Cuba hosts 2.3 million visitors in 2005

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From Radio Habana Cuba For the second consecutive year and despite Washington’s blockade of the island, tourism in Cuba surpassed 2.3 million visitors, representing a 12% growth in the industry. This again reflects the confidence of the international community in Cuba as a tourism destination.… Read More

Cayman Islands to Havana information

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Noticias.info Cayman Airways wishes to advise the public that the airline will be operating an extra round-trip flight between Grand Cayman and Havana on Wednesday, December 21, 2005. The flights will operate as follows: Wednesday December, 21 2005 KX 2834 departing Grand Cayman at 3:15pm arriving Havana… Read More

Sunwing Travel - Greater Sudbury Canada to Varadero every Wednesday

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Northernlife.ca | BY HEIDI ULRICHSEN Tired of shovelling snow and pulling on numerous layers of clothing to ward off the cold? Thanks to the City of Greater Sudbury and Sunwing Travel Group, sunny skies and warm temperatures are just four hours away. The company, which has its own airline, is offering… Read More

Travel to Cuba - Restriction on Americans right to visit

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About.com 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 due to U. S. restrictions on travel to Cuba. So…you may… Read More

Ontario to Jardines del Rey air route inaugurated

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DTCuba.com A new air route between the Canadian city of Ontario and the Cuban tourist destination of Jardines del Rey (King’s Gardens) was inaugurated in November, in order to meet the growing demand from vacationers from that North American country. The flight is an initiative by the tour operator… Read More

Varadero Cuba since 1887

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DTCuba.com Cuba’s major beach resort, Varadero, located in the western province of Matanzas, will be 118 years old in December. Founded officially on December 5, 1887, the resort offers 20 kilometers of excellent beaches and 51 hotels, totaling 14,927 rooms. In 2004, Varadero received 826,000 foreign… Read More

Individual journey around Cuba

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From former Cubanonet.com website “Ask anyone who has gone to Cuba why they keep going back so many times and they’ll all tell you the same thing….its the people. They never leave you”    “Although I first went to Cuba with misgivings about how they would react… Read More

Traveling to Cuba? - What to bring

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From former Cubanonet.com website What to Bring Cuba’s pharmacies are woefully void of pharmacueticals, both prescription and over the counter. There are dollar only “Tourist Pharmacies”, but your best bet is to bring with you whatever you may even remotely THINK you may need. Even… Read More

Renovated Saratoga Hotel reopens in Old Havana

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DTCuba.com The Saratoga Hotel was officially inaugurated in Havana’s historic heart, a place of interest for foreign tourists. The five-star hotel, one of the most beautiful establishments in the Cuban capital, offers 96 rooms, three bars, two restaurants, swimming pool, business center and other… Read More

Cuba breaks two million tourist mark

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DTCuba.com Cuba had received two million foreign vacationers until November 17, a result that shows the tourist industry’s steady growth. According to tourist authorities, the two-million mark was reached 40 days before that record was set last year, thus paving the way to receive 2.3 million foreign… Read More

Varadero

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NBC-2.com For tourists other than Americans, Cuba is considered a burgeoning Cancun. At least two million people visit there every year. Lee County tourism officials are studying what makes Cuba so popular and what would happen to Florida tourism if the borders between the United States and Cuba opened.… Read More

La Villa de San Cristobal de La Habana prepares for 486th birthday

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EFE La Villa de San Cristobal de La Ha-bana, this capital’s full name, is preparing to celebrate the 486th anniversary of its founding with a huge effort to clean up and rebuild after Hurricane Wilma spawned the worst flooding of its long history. Once known as the “Pearl of the Caribbean,”… Read More

Air Europa opens travel office in Santiago de Cuba

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DTCuba.com The Spanish company Air Europa, present in the Cuban market since 1996, opened a representative office in the eastern city of Santiago de Cuba. According to local authorities, the new office will make it easier for tourists, entrepreneurs and other people to reserve round tickets, change dates… Read More

Israeli tourist murdered in Cuba

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Roee Nahmias | http://www.ynetnews.com/ Victim robbed at knifepoint, stabbed to death in Havana; his body to be returned to Israel via Canada, as Israel does not have diplomatic relations with Cuba An Israeli tourist was murdered in Cuba Sunday while on vacation with his wife. Initial details… Read More

Hotel Nacional turns 75 years old

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DTCuba.com A series of events are being held at the Hotel Nacional de Cuba, the flag establishment in the Island’s tourist industry, to commemorate its 75th anniversary. Inaugurated in December 1930, the five-star hotel has 457 rooms, including 27 suites, in addition to an executive floor. The… Read More

Travel to Cuba - What to expect

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Darcy Keith | CanWest News Service Cuba is a reminder that life’s simple pleasures are its most precious. In its cities and towns, children play ball among decrepit houses. Neighbours congregate on door stoops to share gossip. Women hang laundry on improvised ropes outside windows lined with shattered… Read More

Cuba Travel Services to offer Tampa Havana flights

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Press Release Cuba Travel Services, Inc. (CTS) Direct Charter Company to Cuba to Expand Travel Services to Cuban-Americans and OFAC Licensed Travelers in Florida With the increased demand for travel services to Cuba for Cuban Americans in the Florida region, Cuba Travel Services, Inc. will be opening… Read More

Ecotourism in Guanahacabibes and diving in Maria la Gorda

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DTCuba.com The Guanahacabibes Peninsula, in Cuba’s westernmost tip, is an excellent option for nature lovers. The region, which covers an area of 1,000 square kilometers, holds the Mara La Gorda International Dive Center. The peninsula also holds a 121,000-hectare Biosphere Reserve that includes… Read More

Playa Giron hotel reopens in Matanzas Cuba

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DTCuba.com The Playa Giron Hotel, in the western Cuban province of Matanzas, was reopened after being remodeled. The establishment, located in the Zapata Peninsula and run by Grupo Cubanacn, is an excellent option for diving enthusiasts and families with children. The hotel has 282 rooms, including… Read More

About Pinar del Rio Cuba

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DTCuba.com Cuba’s westernmost province, Pinar del Rio, stands out as a stronghold for nature tourism, due to its pristine environment populated by many animal and plant species. Experts say that as Spanish colonization began in eastern Cuba, the western part of the country remained almost intact,… Read More

Varadero Cuba travel poster reprint from 1930

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You are looking at a GORGEOUS vintage reproduction print of a 1930’s Cuban tourism poster. VARADERO CUBA by kerne Erickson. The largest resorts complex in the Caribbean. The national tourists started coming here in 1872, but the international development didn’t begin until the 1930’s… Read More

Hotel Nacional 1940s Tourist Travel Guide

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This is a Rare 1940’s Havana Cuba Tourist Travel guide for the “Hotel Nacional”. The 8 section foldout includes text, B&W & color pictures of; Hotel; Accommodations & Rooms; Local Highlights; & Tourist & Travel information. The guide is in great condition except… Read More

Cuban Tourist Commission and Sightseeing Trips circa 1947

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Scanned from Havana Weekly tourist guide dated 1947 The Cuban Tourist Commission - A GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENT Invites Havana’s visitors to extend their trip into the interior of the country Where they will find delightful beaches, like Varadero without equal on the shores of the Atlantic; cities of… Read More

Cuba Facts from Havana tourism guide dated 1929

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Barton’s American Guide to Havana and Cuba 1929 Perhaps You Know There are 11,000 men engaged in the construction of the main highway across Cuba. A ferry with capacity of 95 freight cars operates between Havana and New Orleans. Bootblacks in Havana are licensed, which if not paid, means removal… Read More

Calendar of daily events in 1947 from Havana Weekly

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This list of things to do in Havana Cuba taken from Havana Weekly magazine dated November 29 thru December 5, 1947. Approved by the Cuban Tourist Commission. SATURDAY, Nov. 29 Oriental Park. Horse races, with a special program, at 2:30 p.m. Jockey Club (in Oriental Park). Roulette, craps and baccarat,… Read More

Cayo Ensenacho hotel to be run by Occidental Hotels of Spain

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DTCuba.com The upcoming inauguration of the Cayo Ensenacho Hotel, owned by the Cuban group Gaviota S.A., has attracted foreign tour operators. The establishment, which is at a 10-minute drive from the airport on Cayo Las Brujas, will be run by the Spanish consortium Occidental Hotels under the brand… Read More

Historic Saratoga Hotel in Havana to reopen in Fall 2005

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DTCuba.com The Cuban capital will increase its tourist options this year, one of which is the Saratoga Hotel, in the city’s historic heart, which will be inaugurated in late 2005. The establishment, located on Prado Promenade and Dragones streets, will offer 96 rooms, including seven suites. Only… Read More

Smartest City in America - Havana travel advertisement from 1929

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Forests of Palms - Interior Cuba SATISFYINGLY foreign — unspoiled—these centuries-old surroundings for your winter of modern gayeties! Havana is so near at hand—so easily reached—that no American need suppress his desire for foreign travel. Here is a city that’s foreign… Read More

Sailing to Miami and Havana ... in 1929

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To Miami and Havana More than a transition from winter to summer-a happy revelation in fashionable travel, taking you South on a big, modern steamer, and entertaining you royally every mile of the way. Orchestras. Dancing. Deck Sports. Daily Radio News. 4 Direct express service New York to Miami. Daily… Read More

Sail from New York to Havana every Saturday ... in 1929

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old magazine advertisement Havana 10 DAYS ALL EXPENSES $155 up Maintenance afloat and ashore. Automobile sightseeing trips included. Sailings from New York each Saturday Mexico City 25 DAYS ALL EXPENSES $275 up Maintenance afloat and ashore. Sightseeing trips in Havana, Progreso, Mexico City. Sailings… Read More

10 days in Havana for $120 ... in 1929

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old magazine ad All Expense Cruises! Havana and Mexico City See HAVANA by day and by night. Delightful sight-seeing in automobiles and launches included. Visit the Prado, Malecon, Morro Castle, Cabanas. Enjoy golf, tennis, boating, bathing, dancing. Novel sights Charming scenes! Endless diversion! 10… Read More

The island of Cuba - vamos bien?

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A return visit sees some economic boosts, but all is not well Read More

Ripping off the tourists in Cuba

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The guide books advise their readers to see that all their luggage is securely locked prior to flying to Cuba. The baggage handlers at Havana airport are notoriously light-fingered and a few pounds spent on padlocks can make all the difference between getting a complete bag off the carousel or one that… Read More

From Habana Vieja to Cayo Coco

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By Leyla Boulton | Financial Times The parallels with the former Soviet Union - where Ralph and I had worked in the 1980s - hit us as soon as we touched down in Havana. It was eerily reminiscent of Moscow’s Sheremetievo airport: an oppressive low ceiling hung over us as we waited in a cigarette… Read More

A road trip across Cuba - What is Cuba really like?

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By MIKE WILLIAMS | Cox News Service Our Cuban driver needed to make a brief stop. Ten hours east of Havana, near Cuba’s far eastern tip, he pulled over in this sleepy farm town and jogged up the broken tile steps of a ramshackle wooden house, tapping on his aunt’s front door. He got a big… Read More

Casa Particulars in Cuba - An individual’s journey

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By andrew scott Our high-ceilinged, second-storey rooms resemble a set from a Humphrey Bogart film. Tall arched doors and louvred windows open onto a street-front balcony and a private roof garden shaded by mango trees. The plumbing in the big, tiled bathroom looks as ancient as the rest of the 19th-century… Read More

Casa Particular in Holguin

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Email received House very comfortable, excellent security and comfort. Located in the Center of the Holguin City just 5 blocks from the Calixto Garcia Iiguez Central Park which means that you can walking to downtown to have access to all the main tourist attractives of the city and to other interesting… Read More

Cienfuegos Cuba added to UNESCO World Heritage list

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DTcuba.com The historic heart of the city of Cienfuegos, in central Cuba, was added to the World Heritage list of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). According to experts, the city was founded in April 1819, when a group of French citizens settled in the colony… Read More

Stormy sunset over the Malecon

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Storm clouds form as people enjoy the sunset at Havana’s seafront boulevard El Malecon in Cuba July 19, 2005. REUTERS/Claudia Daut         Read More

Cindy Domingo will travel to Cuba to protest US travel embargo

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By George Estrada | Associated Press Writer Cindy Domingo has been to Cuba a dozen times, but hopes she isn’t pushing her luck too far for her 13th trip, when she’ll travel without U.S government permission to protest tight new restrictions on visiting the communist country. Domingo, a longtime… Read More

Flying in from London and seeing Havana with Richard Branson

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FT.com | Keir Simmons The man at the Cuban Embassy in London told me I didn’t have a chance. “In all my time here,” he said, “I have never granted an interview between the president and a member of the British media.” In spite of the warning from the embassy official I boarded… Read More

Naples rugby club to play in Cuba

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The Naples Rugby Football Club will compete today against the Cuba National Rugby Football team in Havana. The U.S. players say there’s no political agenda. Read More

The communist heaven that is Cuba

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New Statesman (UK) | James Sparshatt Helping the National Theatre get inside a Cuban cigar factory should have been easy for the photographer James Sparshatt. The only problem was, when they arrived on the island, the state-run factories had all been ordered to shut down . . . It was New Year’s… Read More

Cuban Tourism Minister Manuel Marrero says Virgin Atlantic flights good for Cuba

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By Anthony Boadle Richard Branson’s Virgin Atlantic Airways inaugurated direct flights to Cuba on Monday that are expected to boost growing British tourism to the communist-run Caribbean island. “This is good for Cuba, because British tourism has become our second most-important market after… Read More

Google Earth view of Havana

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Just downloaded Google Earth software to view Havana. Gets you in pretty close but not close enough to see the buildings. You can see Vedado and the Colon Cemetary. It’s a large photo so the page may not display properly.   Read More

Virgin Atlantic now flies twice a week from London to Havana

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Forbes.com What do Hemingway, the Mafia (allegedly), the communist bloc and Sir Richard Branson all have in common? They all sought to conquer the island of Cuba. Unlike his predecessors, however, Branson comes not bearing hunting rifles or artillery, but with Upper Class and Economy tickets. Virgin… Read More

Copacabana Hotel in Miramar Havana

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DTcuba.com The Copacabana Hotel, located in the residential neighborhood of Miramar, in the Cuban capital, is one of the favorite establishments for foreign vacationers visiting the Caribbean Island. Built in 1955, the hotel was completely remodeled in the 1990’s and was reopened in 1994. Owned… Read More

Occidental Miramar hotel upgraded to four star hotel in Cuba

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DTcuba.com The Occidental Miramar Hotel, located in the Havana residential neighborhood of the same name, was officially upgraded to the four-star category. The certificate was granted at a ceremony attended by officials from Cuba’s Ministry of Tourism and executives from the group Occidental in… Read More

Las Terrazas in Pinar del Rio offers history walking tour

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DTcuba.com Las Terrazas tourist complex, in Cuba’s westernmost province, Pinar del Ro, is promoting a new option that consists of excursions to the ruins of El Contento farm. The farm is one of few English coffee estates built in the country in the 19th century and is located in Sierra del Rosario.… Read More

Habaguanex to open 96 room Saratoga Hotel in September

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DTCuba.com Havana’s Historic Heart, famous all over the world, will benefit from the services of a new hotel that is scheduled to open in the second semester of 2005. The five-star Saratoga Hotel, owned by the company Habaguanex S.A., will be inaugurated in September, thus increasing the number… Read More

Driving around Cuba

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Bloomberg.com In the Caribbean town of Nueva Gerona, on Cuba’s Isle of Youth, a festival is under way. Horse-drawn carts and bicycle taxis take revelers to open fields, where young Cubans drink beer and gather in circles to talk. Parents walk hand-in-hand with their children, stopping on a bridge… Read More

Biloxi Mississippi plans Havana Casino Resort

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CasinocityTimes.com As reported by the Clarion-Ledger: “Developers of a proposed casino with a Havana theme and a 1,700-employee payroll won state approval Thursday of its Mississippi Gulf Coast location. “The Mississippi Gaming Commission OK’d the 10-acre site in the Biloxi Back Bay… Read More

Santiago de Cuba tourism

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DTcuba.com Santiago de Cuba has many attractions to develop tourism in the territory. Local tourism authorities noted the existence of 3,600 rooms distributed in 23 hotels, one third of which are four- and five-star establishments. According to statistics, an annual average of 115,000 vacationers have… Read More

Gaviota to offer 10,000+ Cuban hotel rooms this year

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Prensa Latina Cuban hotel group Gaviota S.A. will operate an inventory of 10,176 rooms by 2006 for international tourism, the company has projected. Gaviota President Jose Pantin explained that at the end of 2004 his company had 8,826 rooms throughout the island and by next year they will exceed the… Read More

US blockade against Cuba scuppers Britons’ holidays

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By Andrew Clark of The Guardian, UK London, May 10: Hundreds of British travellers have had their Cuban holiday plans destroyed due to a clampdown on business with the government of Fidel Castro by Cendant, the American company that owns British travel agencies such as Ebookers, Octopus and Travelbag. Read More

Camping in Cuba

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DTCuba.com The entrepreneurial group Campismo Popular, which is in charge of promoting the development of popular camping sites in Cuba, will open new facilities this year. According to company executives, El Cerro de Casim camping site will open soon in eastern Las Tunas province. Similar facilities… Read More

Cuba to add 1141 more hotel rooms in 2005

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DTCuba.com Cuba’s tourism industry, one of the fastest-growing sectors in the Caribbean Island’s economy, will inaugurate new tourism facilities in 2005. According to specialized sources, four hotels will be inaugurated and 1,141 rooms will be completed this year. That way, Cuba’s leisure… Read More

Sierra del Rosario in Pinar del Rio nature

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DTCuba.com The Sierra del Rosario Biosphere Reserve, in western Pinar del Ro province, is an ideal destination for nature lovers. The reserve, located in Cuba’s westernmost province, gives vacationers the chance to watch 120 species of birds while being advised by specialized guides from the region’s… Read More

Virgin Atlantic to promote new Gatwick-Havana route with Amir Khan vs. Mario Kindelan fight

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v-flyer.com Virgin Atlantic announced today that it will be the joint sponsor for the fight between Amir Khan and the Cuban Mario Kindelan on 30 April 2005 to celebrate the start of new services between Gatwick and Havana this summer. Sir Richard Branson, Chairman of Virgin Atlantic, commented: “We… Read More

Take a hard look at Cuba

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By Chris Bergeron | TownOnline.com At a time when Cuba remains off-limits to most travelers, Linda Hirsch has flung open the windows on a people and society hidden from view by four decades of political conflict. The Wayland artist and member of Congregation Beth El, has organized “Cuba - There… Read More

Environmental vacations offered in Pinar del Rio Cuba

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DTcuba.com Pinar del Ro, Cuba’s westernmost province, offers several options for vacationers interested in the region’s nature and environment. According to experts, the organization of ecological trails favors that tourism modality, in addition to contributing to protecting unique species… Read More

Travels in Cuba - In the ruins of the future

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Covarrubias Cuba - A Spot for Leisure

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Periodico26.cu Eastern Las Tunas province, rich in natural attractions, traditions, culture and history, also boasts excellent beaches and sites of breathtaking beauty that support the development of tourism in the region. One of those sites is Covarrubias beach, where the tourist villa of the same name… Read More

La Torre restaurant overlooking Havana Cuba

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JUGULAR VEIN/JUG SURAIYA | India Times The most expensive beer I’ve ever had was in the bar of the Restaurante La Torre in Havana, Cuba. On the top floor of a 36-storey building, the restaurant commanded a spectacular view, said our Lonely Planet guidebook. Bunny and I got to the address and… Read More

Varadero Beach in Cuba travel brochure

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The most beautiful beach in the world Varadero Beach is usually sunny. Tourists are mostly Canadians and Europeans. There are no casas particulares on Varadero because the Cuban government does not allow them to be licensed there since it does not like competition. Visit our sister site Varadero Vacations… Read More

Vintage Tropical Beer from Havana advertisement

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Just the sound of it makes it sound like a great beer!         Read More

1920s Havana Winter Vacation brochure

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FYI, great old image of United Railways of Havana brochure           Read More

Tracey Eaton, Dallas Morning News journalist reviews his work in Cuba

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BY TRACEY EATON | The Dallas Morning News Exactly 38 miles from home, the Jeep Cherokee that I bought in Irving, Texas, coughed, sputtered and quit. With the Dallas Morning News’ reassigning me, I had told my editors I wanted to take one last road trip. Along the way, I’d write about what… Read More

Plaza de Armas - A Cultural and Historic Treasure in Habana Vieja

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DTnews.com Havana, Cuba’s most important city and a major player in the national tourism industry, is a favorite place for thousands tourists who bet on the Caribbean Island to spend their vacations every year. The primary nucleus of the Cuban capital, founded in 1519, still preserves a collection… Read More

Varadero Golf and Xanadu at Varadero Beach

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By George Burden | Medial Post It may earn me the enmity of several large hotel chains, but I’m going to let avid golfers in on a little secret. You can live and golf like a millionaire in Varadero, Cuba, on a three-star budget. Instead of fighting a multinational horde of crazed vacationers to… Read More

Habana Vieja Prado Promenade - Places to see in Old Havana

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DTcuba.com The Prado Promenade, an inseparable companion of the Cuban capital throughout its development, has become a silent witness to a centuries-old history that is ever present in countless memories from the Spanish colonial period that are present in Havana’s streets. Compared with similar… Read More

Cayo Levisa - Excellent Beaches West of Havana 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. Western Pinar del Ro province boasts a wide range of options… Read More

The “Freedom To Travel To Cuba”

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March 15, History In The Making March 15, 2005 may very well be a date to remember for years to come. A staged protest against US travel restrictions to Cuba is to take place in the streets of Havana,Cuba, with many Cuban Americans and Americans alike risking the possibility of fines for traveling to… Read More

Playas del Este - Beaches east of Havana - The Blue Circuit

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[url=http://www.DTcuba.com]http://www.DTcuba.com[/url] The Cuban capital, which has a population of more than two million, is one of the strongholds for tourism in the Caribbean Island, due to its nearly-five-century history. A large infrastructure of hotels and services, totaling… Read More

Gay Havana - Old Hotel Nacional page from magazine

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Original ad from 1950s magazine. Swing to Sunshine in GAY Havana. Read More

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