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La Isabelica: Cultural Heritage of Humanity in Santiago de Cubas Gran Piedra

Declared part of the Cultural Heritage of Humanity by UNICEF, La Isabelica, located on top of the Gran Piedra mountain south of Santiago de Cuba is prototype of coffee haciendas built at the end of the 18th Century. Read More

El alquiler de casas particulares en Cuba, más que una alternativa para el turismo

En Agosto de 1997 la Oficina Nacional de Administración Tributaria (ONAT) junto al Ministerio de la Vivienda y el del Interior, hicieron pública la oficialización y por tanto legalización del alquiler de habitaciones para turistas extranjeros en casas particulares en Cuba. 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

Museum of the Slave Route preserves African legacy

The Museum of the Slave Route, located in Matanzas, city 100 km east of Havana, is an institution created by local authorities to preserve the contributions of the African continent to our country. Declared a National Monument of the Republic in 1978, the Castle of San Severino, an 18th-century Spanish military fort, houses the Museum, a UNESCO project that has been developed since 1994. Read More

Cuba and Chile will resume direct flights between Havana and Santiago

Cuban airline "Cubana de Aviación" will resume direct flights between Havana and Santiago de Chile next January as it was announced during a meeting with tour-operators of that South American country that took place in the Chilean capital. Read More

Foreign airlines satisfied with Cuban tax readjustments

International airlines showed satisfaction for the discount to diverse aircraft services carried out by the Institute of Civil Aeronautics of Cuba (IACC), confirmed vice-president Mayda Molina. Foreign airlines welcome this measure, Molina told Prensa Latina on Friday, when commenting on the decrease in 20 percent of the landing rates and parking of airplanes in force since May 1st. 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

Mexican airlines flies high in Cuba

Operations of Mexicana de Aviacion in Cuba is showing good results, with a sustained demand for capacities and a high occupation index 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'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's tropical climate, fine sand and crystal-clear waters, to conform an offer that vacationers cannot refuse. Read More

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