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Cayo Coco: paradise hotels to the center and north of Cuba

<p class="MsoNormal"><span style="font-size: 12pt; font-family: &quot;Times New Roman&quot;">The Jardines del Rey archipelago is located to the north of the central part of the country.<span> </span>It is considered one of the most important tourist resorts of the island.<span> </span></span> <p class="MsoNormal"><span> </span> Read More

Cuba, three years without the American dollar

<span>On November 8, 2004, a law that prohibited the American dollar circulation in the island came into effect.<span> </span>This currency in force since 1993 was out of circulation as law, according to the statement of Fidel in response to the new sanctions imposed by the government of George W. Bush.</span> Read More

Energy conservation reduces expenses of Cuban Hotel

This new energy saving project, implemented in Camagueys Grand Hotel allows saving of 41,300 KW, equivalent to more than $4,700 Read More

The new Solmeliacuba.coms born

This indispensable tool will certainly provide tour operators, travel agencies, the media and users in general with the most complete and up-to-date information about sol Meliá Cuba. Read More

Nacional de Cuba Hotel, an open history

The Nacional de Cuba Hotel has honored its name for more than six decades as the most representative and prestigious hotel facility of the island. Its many charms made the unforgettable writer Alejo Carpentier to call it "the enchanted castle". Read More

Malecon of Havana, a great outdoor Cuban house for everybody

One of the most authentic sites of Havana is the Malecon seafront. This wall was built to contain the warm waves that burst into the capitals coasts and it stretches from the bay to the west to the mouth of Almendares river. Along this wall, there is one of the main routes of the Havana city with six tracks that shortens the way between the historic center and other municipalities like Centro Habana, Playa and Vedado. Read More

Still alive traditions of Santiago de Cuba Carnival

Cubans and especially those from Santiago de Cuba like carnivals, the sprees, charangas or other kinds of invitation, but they choose to enjoy this show, its like paying tribute to the tradition Read More

Hotel Inglaterra in Havana, the comfort of living history

<span>One of the transcendental facilities of the tourist industry in Havana is the central Hotel Inglaterra that was inaugurated on December 23, 1875.<span> </span>It honored with its name the main world powerful country at that time, England, and it is considered one of the best world facilities after a rebuilding in 1886.</span> Read More

History of some famous Havana hotels

continues being the main tourist destination of Cuba. Its history, its charms and its Malecon attract thousands of tourists every year who decide to go all over the city at least just for some hours to continue later their trips to other important tourist sites of the island. Read More

The Cuban cuisine a unique mixture of the spanish, aboriginal, african and caribbean cuisines

The Cuban cuisine is the result of the mixing of Spanish, aboriginal, African and Caribbean cuisines. There are remains of the aboriginal cuisine today. The most remarked characteristic of Cuban gastronomy is this mixture where the tomato sauce with few sautéed spices or Cuban sauce stands over the rest of the ingredients. Read More

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