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Historic renovation: A new tendency in Cuban Tourism

With tourism becoming one of the driving engines of the Cuban economy, the restoration of facilities with patrimonial value has become a new development strategy Read More

Cuba launches hotel chain for tourists looking after more than sun and sand

This chain represent an alternative to lodging options catering to beach-bound tourists. Read More

Pernik hotel opens an art-gallery room

Room 202 smells pure art. Its the eighth room that the prestigious hotel located in the eastern province of Holguin destines to display the best of the Cuban art. Theyre named after national celebrities of culture like Leo Brouwer, Nelson Domínguez, Esther Borjas, Cosme Proenza and most recently Francisco Javier Suárez, a glass expert. Read More

Cuba, the adventure to enjoy in their depths

<span>The natural richness of the insular marine shelf of Cuba reaches continental scales, diving is an attraction for many visitors and Cuba is one of the best places to carry out this activity.<span> </span>Moreover, Cuba is considered today for many divers the ideal place to make their job because there are essential factors to achieve their objectives.</span> Read More

Zapata swamp, the closest contact with Mother Nature

<span>The nature tourism in Cuba is one of the most demanded options for those who visit the country due to its unique natural gifts.<span> <br /></span></span> Read More

El Nicho, a paradise-like tourist resort

The biggest waterfall jumping from 15 m high runs along the HaAnabanilla river pools and artificial lake located 300 km from Havana. Read More

Atlantic Boqueron is a place where nature and man work in harmony

The community celebrates the Party of the Sea every year, an event that helps to develop the abilities and the art in the manufacture of nets for the fishing. Read More

The wonders of a traditional music group

They are a sextet dedicated to traditional music. Maravillas de Robaina is almost beginning their career that might give them many fruits; talent and quality go with this sextet that since tobacco fields keep the most autochthonous rythms of the Cuban music on top. Read More

Bay of Pigs remembered at Playa Giron Museum

The museum receives a daily flow of visitors interested in learning about the feat in Cuban history when in April 1961 the forces of the Revolution defeated a mercenary invasion. Read More

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