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Cubana Airlines among the worst in the world

Cubana Airlines is recognized as one of the worst in the world with only 2 stars out of 5, according to the scoring system Skytrax, reports the British newspaper The Telegraph in its Travel section. Read More

Expectation in Cuba for ecotourism event is growing

The tenth edition of the International Nature Tourism Event Turnat 2015, scheduled to be held in Cuba next September, raises expectations in sectors of the travel industry. Read More

Japanese tourists rush their trip to Havana

Japanese travel agencies are increasing their tourism to Cuba in response to growing demand generated by the rapprochement between the Caribbean country and the United States to normalize diplomatic relations. Read More

Report: US thaw catapult Cuba among most wanted travel destinations

Cuba is one of the world's most dramatic rise destinations in the interest of travelers, considering the different regions of the world, having ascended to the preference of Western Europeans and Americans from the thaw with the United States announced in December. Read More

Tobacco route: new tourist attraction of Pinar del Río

A new tourist attraction in Pinar del Rio, Tobacco route, will be presented next September during the international event of nature tourism, TURNAT 2015. Read More

Cuba prepares for foreign tourism

Just after US President Barack Obama relaxed the restrictions on travel just over seven months ago, about 88,900 Americans have arrived in Cuba. This represents a 54% increase over last year, a figure that could rise in December. Read More

US grants permits for the first time to yacht operator bound Cuba

The first official visit of a yacht to Cuba, backed by US law, was conducted last week by the American freight operator Paul Madden. Read More

Tourist promoter presents Cuba as the new gay paradise

n the tourist "boom" that Cuba is experiencing, the island is emerging as a destination for the gay community, which already operates the first online travel agency specializing in tours designed especially for the LGBTI collective. Read More

Americans rush their trip to Cuba

Despite having limitations to reach Cuba by their country, the arrival of US visitors to the island increased by 54% in the period from January to July, thanks to the historic thaw between Havana and Washington. Read More

Cienfuegos plans to build ten golf courses

Luxury tourism is a target of the Cuban government, which hopes to raise $ 822 million to build golf courses throughout the island and has begun to define where some of them will be located. Read More

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