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Vibrating with energy, vintage in the most colorful of ways and woven together by golden threads of history, Cuba is a magical place that must be experienced to be understood.

Colors of Cuba

Maybe you want to see the sun-faded magic of antique cars and pastel buildings for yourself. Or maybe you want to catch the sunset with a real Cuban cigar after a long day lounging on a white-sand beach. You’ll find all that, and so much more in Cuba’s elegantly quirky, historically jaw-dropping colonial towns. During the Colors of Cuba tour, you’ll explore Camaguey by bicitaxi, discover the Valley of the Sugar Mills, and even take a step back in time in the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Trinidad.


Iconic Havana

Sometimes, feeling the sea breeze is enough. Sometimes, feeling the sea breeze in your hair as you cruise Havana’s Malecon in a vintage American muscle car is better. Ok. Most of the time it’s better. Explore the city in style and soak up the cultural heritage while you learn how to wrap the infamous Habano cigars, stroll among historic architecture, check out Ernest Hemingway’s old haunts, and peruse seaside craft markets.

Travel Tip

Discover the fishing village of Cojimar that inspired Hemingway to write “The Old Man and the Sea.”


Magnificent arches. Stained glass windows. Impressive iron work and narrow, winding streets. When you explore Cienfuegos, you’d be excused if for a second you feel like you’ve found yourself in Paris (the city even has its very own Arco de Triunfo). Known as the Pearl of the South thanks to its sparkling bay, the French influence is easily perceived in Cienfugos where its historic town center has been declared a world heritage site.

Travel Tip

Meander through an exotic paradise at the Cienfuegos Botanical Gardens.


Located in the Camaguey Province—historically known for its sugarcane cultivation and cattle ranching—this historical city will impress with a unique combo of Spanish and Arabic architectural styles. As you explore the beautiful maze of cobblestone streets that twist throughout the city, be sure to stop and explore the Plaza del Carmen and Plaza de San Juan de Dios.

Travel Tip

Keep your documents. Requirements under the license is that each traveler keep records to Cuba for 5 years in case asked by the U.S. government.

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From sightseeing to itineraries, and cellphones to internet usage, find a complete list of important Cuba travel information.

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Travel Tip

The major legal currency for Cuba is the Cuban Convertible Peso (CUC). It’s what you exchange your foreign currency for and make all your purchases with in Cuba.

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