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First ever direct flight from China to Cuba arrived in Havana

The first ever direct flight between China and Cuba landed in Havana on Monday morning. Read More

Italian airline starts flights from Verona to Havana

The Italian airline Meridiana began on Monday, December 21, its flights to Cuba, with which connects the cities of Havana and Verona, reported the Cuban Tourism Ministry. Read More

Havana, Cuba in 4K (Ultra HD)

Havana was founded in the 16th century by the Spanish and played strategic role in the connection between the New and the Old World. Old Havana and its fortification system is inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Read More

United Airlines announced it will operate flights to Cuba

United Airlines announced it will offer flights between the United States and Cuba as soon as it obtains its permission to operate between the two countries, local media announced. Read More

About 600,000 visitors will come to Cuba in the cruise season

This weekend will begin the cruise season on the island, during which it is expected to receive about 600,000 travelers. Read More

The colors of Cuba

Cuba is among the most exciting islands in the Caribbean. Read More

MSC Opera Cruise ship arrive this weekend to Havana

The cruise ship MSC Opera will arrive in Havana on Friday to start from Tuesday 22 a cruise season which runs until April, which will have the Cuban capital as a port. Read More

Emblematic hotel in Cayo Coco ready for winter season

With the enthusiasm of the first day and the quality that print more than 20 years of experience, the Hotel Colonial Cayo Coco bet to stay in the preference of customers who choose it on their vacation agenda in the current winter. Read More

Arrival of cruise ships in Santiago de Cuba will increase in 2016

On Saturday December 19 the number of cruises arriving at the Santiago de Cuba Cruise Terminal will increase to 24 during the entire winter season in Cuba, which will run until next April. Read More

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