5 Cuban dishes you have to try

Posted by Jeremy John on 23-03-2020 01:10:23

Cuba’s culinary offerings have never been valued in the same esteem as, say, Italian and Thai cuisine. Nonetheless, to avoid Cuban food is to miss out on some lovely gastronomical experiences.

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5 Unmissable Museums in Havana

Posted by Jeremy John on 26-02-2020 04:34:48

When it comes to museums, one is spoilt for choice in Havana. One of the joys of going to museums in Havana is that, unlike in large European cities, there are rarely huge crowds of people swarming around the galleries.  The list below is not definitive, but should you be in the city, then a visit to any of these museums should provide plenty of food for your mind.

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5 useful items to pack for your trip to Cuba

Posted by Jeremy John on 19-02-2020 02:38:38

After having booked their trip to Cuba, the main thing that many people start getting prepared for is to have a good time. It is also wise, though, to prepare what you need to pack in your luggage. First and foremost, you should never forget to get hold of and take with you a ‘tourist card’ (Cuban visa) as it is mandatory to enter Cuba. Then comes the decision as to what to pack in your suitcase. Hear are five items that are highly recommended.

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Travelling solo in Cuba - some tips

Posted by Jeremy John on 10-02-2020 02:56:33

Cuba is a popular destination for families, friends and couples to get some Caribbean sun, sea, sand, history and culture. But it is also a great place for solo travellers to go and immerse themselves in a unique and intriguing country. As one of Latin America’s safest countries, there are many perks to visiting Cuba alone. Here are some top tips for travelling solo in Cuba.

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Scuba diving in Cuba - Discover the best preserved coral reef in the world

Posted by Jeremy John on 06-02-2020 04:42:14

With well preserved coral reefs and an abundance of marine life, Cuba has a lot to offer for scuba diving. Here are some answers to the most commonly asked questions.

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Buena Vista Social Club - What are these songs about?

Posted by Jeremy John on 23-01-2020 03:58:15

In March 1996 the London-based record label World Circuit arranged a recording trip to Havana, Cuba. In just over two weeks three albums were recorded*. All three were released to great critical and public acclaim. The third album, ‘Buena Vista Social Club™’ was released in June 1997 and has since come to be regarded as a classic. Here is a concise breakdown of the lyrics to the songs.

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Havana and Varadero: Culture and Relaxation

Posted by Jeremy John on 20-01-2020 02:22:33

Embrace Cuba's cultural richness before relaxing on the white sandy beach. Combine the bright and brilliant city of Havana with a dreamy beach destination such as Varadero. Still not sure? Here is some more detailed information to put you in the picture.

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10 great salsa bars and clubs in Havana

Posted by Jeremy John on 15-01-2020 02:56:36

Salsa has a deep rooted history in Cuba. Listening to live salsa music, watching the dancing or joining in yourself, is a mesmerising experience. Here are 10 great places to go to experience salsa. Note, that whilst salsa is very popular, there are so many different music genres in Cuba to celebrate that each of these places will also have a variety of other performances taking place. 

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El Capitolio: 10 fun facts about Havana’s most photographed building

Posted by Jeremy John on 13-01-2020 02:59:54

El Capitolio has dominated Havana’s cityscape since the 1920s, and is still one of the most important landmarks of the city. A visit to Havana is incomplete without walking or driving past it, and since the invention of the ‘selfie’ it has become one of the Havana spots to take a selfie too. But it is more than just a photogenic building. Here are 10 fun facts about El Capitolio building.

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Colon Cemetery: Havana’s famous necropolis

Posted by Jeremy John on 03-01-2020 08:49:07

Havana is home to one of the world’s largest and most captivating cemeteries, a must-see for the curious minded. It’s not just enormous in size but also grandiose and eccentric in style, and filled with innumerable characters from Cuba’s absorbing history. 

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