WHY VISIT CUBA
The Cuban revolution has made Cuba famous, but it has other aces up its sleeve to make it known: Its music and its beaches and forests, mixed architecture, and smiling people, these are some examples that make it an enchanting destination.
Havana combines the history and modernity: It is authentic and beautiful but also has some poverty-stricken areas which can’t be ignored. Its fortifications are registered on UNESCO’s world heritage list, but you can also admire the City Museum, the cathedral, the Palace of Captains-Generals, the Cuban Art Museum, Che Guevara Museum, and many other sites, later take a stroll along the Malecon that surrounds the coast, it boasts beautiful colonial buildings.
Trinidad is itself a museum: The Plaza Mayor, Municipal Historic museum, but there are also many places within the country awaiting your visit. The beautiful beaches extend everywhere.
The Pinar del Rio province in the west is full of surprises for fans of fishing, hiking, swimming, and bird watchers.
For diving enthusiasts and nature lovers, the Island of Youth is a natural, unspoiled, peaceful area that it would be a shame not to explore.
WHAT TO SEE IN CUBA
WHEN TO GO TO CUBA
The best period to visit Cuba is from xxx to xxxx.
The subtropical climate divides the year into two major seasons: A wet season from May to October with average temperatures of 30°C in July and August, and a dry season from November to April with temperatures dropping to 20°C in February.
Hotter weather is observed in the east with heavy rainfall at the end of the summer, during September and October, with the possibility of hurricanes.
The best time to visit Cuba from a climatic viewpoint: At the end of August could be a good time, the hot weather decreases as well the flow of tourists!
Following is a list of typical festivals and celebrations of Cuba.
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HOW TO REACH AND TRAVEL THROUGH CUBA
GENERAL INFORMATION ON CUBA
health tips & vaccination: do not drink tap water.
local currency: Cuban peso
local time zone: GMT-5 (-4)
electricity: type A and type B (110 V – 60 Hz)
WHAT TO DO IN CUBA
typical food in Cuba
souvenirs from Cuba
How are you?: Cómo estás?
Thank you: Gracias
What is your name?: Cuál es su nombre?
How much is it?: Cuánto cuesta?