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New comfort on Holguin Internacional Airport

The possibility to host twice as many passengers as it used to at rush hours, currently near 1200; is the main achievement of recent works at the Holguin international airport. The building of an extension, and the modernization and reorganization of the existing facilities resulted from these works at the Frank Pais Garcia airfield. 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

Third post-graduate course on restoration of historical centers

WITH THE CO-SPONSORSHIP OF THE UNDP/PDHL Third post-graduate course on restoration of historical centers 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

Cuba and Dominican Republic expand air routes

New flights will operate between Cuba and the Dominican Republic as of July. Cubana de Aviación executives pointed out that flights between Havana and Santo Domingo will operate on Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday. The Cuban-Dominican route is currently covered by Russian-made IL-62 planes, but modern TU-204-300 aircraft will be incorporated in September. Read More

Cuba boosts investment in tourism

Cuba's tourist industry is boosting a comprehensive investment program to improve the establishments' quality of services and conditions. Tourist authorities pointed out that nearly 150 million dollars will be invested in the modernization and restoration of hotels. Read More

Cuba: Thermal waters in Villa San Jose del Lago

The reopening of the health services in this facility has meant a new era for Traditional and Natural Medicine in Sancti Spiritus. Read More

Cuba's First Railroad Museum reopens

Cuba's first Museum of the Railroad reopened in the municipality of Bejucal, Havana, to commemorate the International Day of Museums, May 18th and the 170 anniversary of the first railroad in Cuba. The remodelled center founded twenty years ago, displays the history of the railroad in Cuba, seventh country in the world and first in Ibero America to have it. Read More

Santiago de Cubas cathedral turns 485

Santiago de Cuba, a villa founded by conqueror Diego Velázquez in 1522 celebrates its 485th anniversary of being granted the title of "City" as well as its designation as a dioceses as a Cathedral. Read More

Underground attractions in Western Cuba

Cuba's westernmost province, Pinar del Río, has one of the largest cavern systems in the Caribbean Island. The province's underground wealth attracts both tourists and experts and the latter carry out periodical studies on the region's caverns. Read More

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