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Venezuelan Social Program Boosts Tourism to Cuba

The Finance Committee of the Venezuelan National Assembly approved $1.4 million US in supplementary financing on Tuesday for international "social tourism." Read More

National Monument Bariay Park

The National Monument Park Bariay is located in the province of Holguín, in the east of Cuba, on the north coast, approximately 37 km away from the city. It limits to the North with the Atlantic Ocean, to the South with the municipality Rafael Freyre, to the East with the Bariay Bay and to the West with the Jururú Bay. Read More

Cuban Stand Opens at International Tourism Fair in Argentina

With a large representation of the country's main tourism companies, Cuba opened its stand Saturday at the Tenth International Tourism Fair of Buenos Aires, in Argentina. Read More

Cuba Attended Tourist Fair in Belarus

Cuba exhibited its tourist products and services at the International Tourism Fair in Belarus, which the Caribbean Island attended for the second year. Read More

Japanese Peace Boat Sails to Venezuela

The Japanese Peace Cruiser that arrived in Santiago de Cuba province on Thursday, November 15, as part of its traditional world tour to promote solidarity and the cessation of wars, is now sailing towards Venezuela. Read More

More than 2 Million Tourists Visit Cuba in 2007

This achievement confirms the island as one of the main options in the Caribbean area. Read More

Cuba, Honduras to Boost Tourist Cooperation

Honduran tourist authorities want to benefit from Cuba's experience to boost the local leisure industry and improve services Read More

Havana's Birthday Celebration

A traditional ceremony to mark the founding of the city will take place November 15 at 6 pm in the original place where it took place 488 years ago and it will be followed by a popular pilgrimage to the site. Read More

More Tourist Options in the Cuban Capital

The NH Parque Central Torre will be inaugurated in 2008. The hotel will be connected to the current establishment through a tunnel, thus creating a five-star tourist complex. Read More

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