5 Fun Facts about Cuba

Posted by Jeremy John on 23-06-2020 04:01:58

Cuba is a fascinating country. From its history to its nature, it has always been a place of intrigue and beauty. Visitors to the island inevitably leave with stories to tell and happy memories to share. Whilst there are thousands of fun facts one could list about Cuba, here are five to whet your appetite to learn more about this unique part of the world.

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10 Fun Facts about Havana Cathedral

Posted by Jeremy John on 05-05-2020 01:08:37

Situated in the heart of the Old Havana and dominating the popular Cathedral Square is one of Havana’s most photographed historic landmarks: Havana Cathedral. Here are ten fun facts to fill you in on this magnificent place. 

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Havana, Viñales and Varadero: Cuba’s golden triangle of the west

Posted by Jeremy John on 20-04-2020 02:31:04

Want to see some of Cuba’s finest city life, nature and beaches all in the same region? Havana, Viñales and Varadero are the three places to do it. Transport between this ‘golden triangle of the west’ is fast and efficient, and the journey itself provides treats for the eye. Each place has so much to offer. Here is the lowdown.

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Havana’s New ‘5 Star-Plus’ Luxury Hotels

Posted by Jeremy John on 06-04-2020 01:08:36

Havana has recently witnessed the inauguration of three brand new hotels that some commentators have been referring to as ‘5 Star-Plus’, due to their high international standards. These are: Accor Paseo del Prado, Iberostar Grand Packard and Gran Hotel Manzana Kempinski. They offer an ambience that aims at being a cut above the rest, especially through original interior designs and layouts.

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Ten curious expressions to listen out for during your visit to Cuba

Posted by Jeremy John on 31-03-2020 01:02:38

Whether you are fluent in Spanish or not, you might notice certain expressions frequently said in Cuba. There are many cultural idiosyncrasies in Cuba, and one of them is the language. To list all the ways in which the Spanish spoken in Cuba is curious would require a lifetime’s work, but to get you started here are ten expressions to listen out for during your visit.

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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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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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10 Fun Facts about Havana's famous ‘Malecon’

Posted by Jeremy John on 03-02-2020 04:06:05

Havana’s Malecón is the most famous seafront promenade in Cuba and one of the capital’s places where most people from different parts of the world gather. Here are 10 fun facts to put you in the picture.

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When is the best time of year to visit Cuba?

Posted by Jeremy John on 27-01-2020 02:16:51

One question that is often asked by potential visitors to Cuba is “when is the best time of year to visit?” Cuba is Cuba, whatever time of year you decide to visit. That all said, there are variations throughout the year. The two I will focus on here are the weather and the festivals.

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