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Islazul chain expands capacity for summer

Islazul hotel chain expands its lodging capacities for the summer period from the introduction of new facilities on the northern coast of the territory. Read More

Iberia returns to Havana

Three years ago Iberia announced the suspension of its flights to Havana, along with other destinations also suspended. Read More

Varadero grows

After a high season with remarkable dividends and reporting a six percent growth in the first quarter of the current year, managers and workers in the tourism sector in the province, are prepared to face the summer period. Read More

American tourists' visits to Cuba increased in 2015

The easing of relations between Cuba and the United States has produced an impressive increase of 36% in the number of visits by Americans to the island, including thousands flying to Cuba from third countries, like Mexico , to avoid restrictions on tourism to the island imposed by the northern power. Read More

The training ship Guayas, from Ecuador, arrived in Havana

Guayas training ship of the Navy of the Republic of Ecuador arrived today in the morning at the port of Havana on an official visit Read More

Cuban government is building 1,200 more hotel rooms by 2016 in Varadero

Varadero investment program plans to build 1,200 rooms more for 2016, reported Ivis Fernandez, delegate of the Ministry of Tourism (Mintur by its Spanish acronym) in the province of Matanzas. Read More

Sailboats revive the Florida Straits between Cuba and the US

After 15 years, the waters separating Cuba and the United States returned to fraternize in the event 'Havana Challenge', organized by the Yacht Club of Cuba, the Key West Yacht Club and the Key West Sailing Center. Read More

French company takes its first steps in Cuban Tourism

The French company Warwick International Hotels & Resorts (WIH) took its first steps in Cuban tourism with management and marketing contracts of Cayo Santa Maria Resort and Naviti Varadero Resort Warwick Hotels. Read More

Cuba recognizes it has no infrastructure for US tourists wave.

The head of the US Interests Section of Cuba in Washington, Jose Ramon Cabañas, gave on Tuesday May 12 a lecture entitled "Winds of Change in Havana and Washington" at New College of Florida in Sarasota, south of Tampa, to a hundred businessmen, officials, politicians and religious persons. Read More

Varadero tourism grows 6% in April

The arrival of tourists to the Cuban beach resort of Varadero, the main pole of sun and beach of the island, grew 6 percent at the end of last April, reported on Wednesday the Ministry of Tourism. Read More

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