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Trinidad: "The Museum City of Cuba"

It is known as "The Museum City of Cuba", the Santisima Trinidad city, one of the first seven towns founded by the Spanish conquerors (1514) that today still preserves its construction as if time did not pass by. For that reason, it was declared together with Valle de los Ingenios, World Heritage of Humankind in 1988.<br /> Read More

Viñales: One of the most worldwide-recognized views of Cuba.

One of the most worldwide-recognized views of Cuba is that of the mountains of Viñales valley. Nature has endowed exceptionally this site located 27 kilometers from the city of Pinar del Rio. Visiting this place is like getting inside Mother Nature. This most notable carsic valley of the country covers a surface of 132 kilometers and it holds the title of National Heritage and UNESCO declared it to be part of the Cultural Landscape of Mankind. Read More

Jardines del Rey: Cayo Coco and Cayo Guillermo one of the best turist destination of Cuba.

Jardines del Rey, named like that by the conqueror Diego in the 16th century in honor of the King of Spain, is an archipelago located in the North between the island of Cuba and the Old Channel of Bahamas. Read More

The beaches of Cuba, just one click away

Varadero is an internacional resort in the southern province of Matanzas. It identifies Cuba all around the world. However, Varadero is not the only beach in Cuba where visitors can enjoy abundantly of the sunshine, the sea, the fine sand as part of one of the most attractive seashore tourism programs worldwide. Read More

CARICOM and the future global system

Below is an excerpt of the address by Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller to the Conference on the Caribbean held in Washington, D.C., last week. This conference is more than a tribute to the long, fruitful and mutually beneficial relationship that has existed between the United States and the Caribbean. Read More

Cuba promotes tourist attractions in Argentina

Argentina hosted a fair to promote Cuba's tourist attractions, as part of the Caribbean Island's efforts to increase tourist arrivals. Read More

José Martí Park: A National Monument in Palma Soriano

José Martí Park in Palma Soriano is a place greatly revered by people from this municipality. It is located in the downtown area, and is an exceptional witness to important occurrences in the cultural and political life and of the traditions of generations. Read More

Cuba, unique sun and beaches destination

Cuba&#39;s exuberant nature, centuries-old traditions and history go hand in hand with nearly 3,600 miles of coasts, including 400 miles of excellent beaches. The Minister of Tourism website, says Cuban beaches combine with the island&#39;s tropical climate, fine sand and crystal-clear waters, to conform an offer that vacationers cannot refuse. Read More

Camping sites ready for summer

Renewed camping sites are already available for this summer in the province of Pinar del Rio, hoping the presence of around 22 000 visitors, though San Pedro and Cueva de los Portales camping sites will open this June 1st. Read More

Cuba to host international forum on Nature Tourism

The city of Baracoa, in Cuba's easternmost province, Guantánamo, will host the 6th Meeting on Nature Tourism (TURNAT 2007). Tour operators, travel agents and specialized organizations will exchange experiences on that major tourist modality. Read More

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