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- 1Cuba3 reviews
Amazing valley with mogotes (interesting caves with water inside) & tobacco fields... I enjoyed spending 2 days 1 night here... Hotel los Jasminas is a very unique location to enjoy the nature...
- 2Cuba79 reviews
Havana, Cuba, isn't exactly the place our parents warned us about anymore. The people are extremely friendly and always willing to help. Havana is a magical place where you can easily find yourself getting lost in the music and a good few mojitos! If you ever get the chance to go, jump on it! I won my trip to Cuba ...
- 3Cuba7 reviews
A nice place to stop if you are driving to Trinidad, but it did not seen like a destination in itself. Some very impressive buildings here.
- 4Cuba7 reviews
It was a nice town. Bigger than most towns with alot of resort workers living there. Had nice streets and cool looking buildings in it.
- 5Cuba43 reviews
very nice, the breezes varadero resort is great and has some great people i call friends now working at that resort. the clubs are very fun, very hot and very packed, mostly canadians everywhere you look too. food is great at the resorts but i've found some great ones by just going out around town. P.S. rent a scooter and ...
- 6Cuba14 reviews
Probably the most beautifully preserved and artistic colonial city I have ever visited. The buildings are exceptional, great parties in the plaza every night, and huge crashing waterfalls right outside the city. A great contrast to Havana, and worth taking the time to visit. Also a great place to buy some paintings and other art.
- 7Cuba15 reviews
I suggest you try the restaurant La Careta when you visit this city and watch the sunset from the Hotel Casa Grande's roof terrace sipping their delicious Pina Colada.
- 8Cuba6 reviews
Perfect beaches & reefs, this is the only un-Americanised piece of paradise left in the Caribbean.
- 9Cuba1 review
- 10Cuba7 reviews
Home to a large community of artists and a seemingly endless row of Colonial houses and winding streets, Cuba's third largest city and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Camagüey, might just capture your heart. For art and architecture lovers, it's truly a paradise. There are countless art studios you can visit. For an authentic way to navigate the city, hop ...
- 11Cuba8 reviews
I was born here and I go back every year to the city of Banes. I absolutely love it, its beautiful and the people are fun and lively.
- 12Cuba6 reviews
Home to the third-largest university in the country, Santa Clara is full of young people. It's also a bit gritty. Local life revolves around Parque Vidal, where the youth gathers in what becomes a lively Cuban scene. Due to the large number of students, Santa Clara has a vibrant and edgy nightlife. One example is the bohemian terrace bar Peña ...
- 13Cuba3 reviews
Sunset on Cayo Santa Maria. Rare to see in August due to the wet season cloud cover :-)
- 14Cuba4 reviews
The Pinar Del Rio province is perfect for hiking and horseback riding. The view is complimented by mountains and natural reserves. It is easy to drive from Habana to Pinar del Rio, because there is a huge freeway to it. Las Terrazas is one of the area's most beautiful towns. Nestled in the forested hills of Las Terrazas, hotel Moka ...
- 15Cuba2 reviews
Nowhere else is Cuba's natural beauty more evident than it is in Baracoa, a town isolated from the rest of the island, in the most remote region of Guantanamo Province. To get here, you drive a series of steep mountain roads, overlooking the coastline. It's a challenge, but so worth it! Here you'll witness up close the Yunque mountain, with ...
- 16Cuba2 reviews
Seemed like an interesting combination of a nature preserve and artist community. We had a hard time locating the artists though, and nothing seemed well organized.
- 17Cuba1 review
Playa Pilar - Most beautiful beach ever seen! Ernest Hemingway used to have his "Pilar" Boat
- 18Cuba1 review
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- 20Cuba2 reviews
Recuerdo el poblado de Bartle donde vivieron mis abuelos,Y Fundaron ese pueblito a su llegada de España y donde aun tengo familia y a mi madre y demás enterrados.