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Cuba boosts investment in tourism

Cuba's tourist industry is boosting a comprehensive investment program to improve the establishments' quality of services and conditions. Tourist authorities pointed out that nearly 150 million dollars will be invested in the modernization and restoration of hotels. Read More

Cuba: Thermal waters in Villa San Jose del Lago

The reopening of the health services in this facility has meant a new era for Traditional and Natural Medicine in Sancti Spiritus. Read More

Cuba's First Railroad Museum reopens

Cuba's first Museum of the Railroad reopened in the municipality of Bejucal, Havana, to commemorate the International Day of Museums, May 18th and the 170 anniversary of the first railroad in Cuba. The remodelled center founded twenty years ago, displays the history of the railroad in Cuba, seventh country in the world and first in Ibero America to have it. Read More

Santiago de Cubas cathedral turns 485

Santiago de Cuba, a villa founded by conqueror Diego Velázquez in 1522 celebrates its 485th anniversary of being granted the title of "City" as well as its designation as a dioceses as a Cathedral. Read More

Underground attractions in Western Cuba

Cuba's westernmost province, Pinar del Río, has one of the largest cavern systems in the Caribbean Island. The province's underground wealth attracts both tourists and experts and the latter carry out periodical studies on the region's caverns. Read More

Cuba implements measures to boost tourism

In order to increase tourist arrivals in Cuba, authorities announced a series of measures that will make it easier for travelers to fly to the Caribbean Island. Heriberto Prieto, first vice president of the Civil Aeronautic Institute, said that the new measures are aimed at boosting Cuba's tourist industry. Read More

Cuba tourism fair shows best

Professionals from over 20 countries are seeing the best in Cuban tourism during the 27th International Tourism Fair (FITCUBA 2007), starting in this capital s Morro-Cabana Park Monday. Read More

Cuba Strengthens Tourist Ties with Germany

Cuba is taking actions to strengthen tourist ties with Germany, as part of efforts to increase tourist arrivals in the Caribbean Island. Read More

Stress on conservation of Cuban Protected Areas

Santiago de Cuba province, with 24 protected areas, engages in reorganizing management plans for the conservation of natural and historic values of those sites. Read More

New tourist options in eastern Cuba

<p align="left">Eastern Cuba has designed new options to boost the tourist industry, as part of a policy aimed at developing the fastest-growing sector in the Caribbean Island&#39;s economy. Read More

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