Cuba's colonial, US, revolutionary and socialist history converge in its iconic capital.
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Cuba's political situation has created a unique society in which people live modestly but with great vitality. There are few countries with such a distinctive and photogenic way of life.
Havana, the vibrant capital city, has many lively bars where you can hear live music, and many small family-run restaurants now opening to offer local cuisine and seafood. In Old Havana, beautiful narrow streets are lined with the colourful facades of crumbling colonial architecture and decorated by 1950’s classic American cars and detailed murals.
The Pearl of the South impresses with its fabulous French architecture, nearby nature spots and idyllic sunsets.
The Colonial city of Trinidad is one of Cuba's most marvellous sights. The historic city, a UNESCO World Heritage site, as an…
Unlike other Cuban towns, Santiago has a lively and cosmopolitan mix of Afro-Caribbean flavours, due to the influence of the…
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