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American Travel to Cuba 2015

Cuba has long been the forbidden fruit for American tourists. Just A 30-minute flight from Florida, it already draws enough people from Canada and Europe to make it the Caribbean’s third-most-popular tourism destination, just trailing behind Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic. Cuba gets about 3 million visitors a year—just 90,000 of them from the […]

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Cayo Coco

Cayo Coco If you prefer a Cuban beach-only vacation you would be better going to the smaller tourist only resorts at Cayo Largo, a 26 km long island off the south coast than the tiny Cayo Coco.  The beaches are great and diving is good. There are plenty of packages for all budgets, though you have […]

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Paladar in Cuba

Cuban Paladar A Paladar is a restaurant usually situated in the home of a Cuban family. Cubans being entrepreneurial by nature have turned this slight easing of controls into a whirlwind success. And this despite the insurmountable odds faced when opening a business your government begrudgingly had no choice but to permit. Owners of the […]

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Habana Cafe Havana Cuba

Habana Cafe Habana Cafe Havana Cuba – Located on the ground floor of the Melia Cohiba Hotel this American Bar wannabe does have some interesting attractions but one cannot help feeling the lack of Cuban ambience spoils the overall feel of the place. However, this is still one of the Popular Places for Americans in […]

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Cuba travel for us citizens

Cuba travel for us citizens Cuba travel for us citizens has long been an elusive prospect. On one hand there´s the embargo and the trading with the enemy act and its provisions but, did you know that Cuba travel for us citizens is not actually illegal? US law prohibits spending money in Cuba but does […]

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El Malecon Havana

Malecon Malecon Wall – There´s no other place in Havana that instills the true laid back and raunchy undertones of Cuban life. The Malecon wall has always been one of the most popular places for Americans in Cuba , even in the 40´s and 50´s. Walking along it fills any visitor with nostalgia but also […]

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