Home to revolutionary theories and great people like Fidel Castro, Cuba boasts the most beautiful beaches in the world along with lovely cities under UNESCO world heritage protection. Its music and dances such as salsa and rumba, world famous drinks - rum, Cuba Libre, and Mojito - and of course the genuine Cuban cigar make Cuba a unique holiday experience.
An illustrated Travel Guide to Cuba has been compiled and created to provide vacation ideas and information on Cuban people, climate, culture, cities, regions, geography, foods, drinks, accommodation, etc. It is essential to be aware of the potentials and dangers you may encounter on your holiday and useful to acquire more knowledge with this 77-page eBook for $5.00 USD.
Cuba has a subtropical climate and it can be visited all year round. Although Cuba is in the tropics, it still has a Northern Hemisphere weather pattern with hot and wet summers and cooler and dry winters. If you come in the winter, you may even need long trousers and a sweater.
Best places to visit in Cuba
Havana, the charming capital of Cuba is a journey back in time, not only because you can ride in classic American cars from the 1950’s, but you can also admire its colonial Art Deco architecture. Although economically poor, its rich culture, magnificent beaches, art galleries filled with contemporary art, rum, samba & rumba music as well as the famous Cuban cigar make Havana the most visited and popular city in Cuba.