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Cuba - Leisure, Entertainment and Sports


Cuban museums are plentiful, frequently open, and usually charge only one or two CUC for admission. You may get a guided tour from one of the staff members; even if you do not speak Spanish, this can be useful. They will generally make you check your bags, and charge a small fee for the privilege of taking pictures inside.


Cities of interest

Havana – cosmopolitan capital with a swinging nightlife

Baracoa – Cuba's first capital, a quaint beach-side town

Pinar del Rio – center of the cigar industry

Santa Clara – home of the Che Guevara mausoleum

Santiago de Cuba – coastal city rich in Caribbean influence

Trinidad – World Heritage Site with charming, colonial-era buildings

Other destinations

Baracoa – a quaint beach town where in the far east of the country

Cayo Largo – a small island with nudist facilities

Holguin – province of approximately 1,000,000, situated in central eastern Cuba about one hour's drive from numerous resorts on the north shore. Large airport receiving flights from Canada, the United Kingdom, and Europe.

Jardines del Rey – beach resorts including Cayo Coco and Cayo Guillermo

Maria la Gorda – a tiny village with some snorkeling and diving options

Varadero – a major beach resort, east of Havana

Viñales – rolling hills and mountain scenery


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