Travel to Cuba


Travel to Cuba

Travel to Cuba


Cuba is an island country in the Caribbean Sea. The country is made up of the big island of Cuba, the Isla de la Juventud island (Isle of Youth), and many  smaller island Havana is the capital of Cuba. It is the largest city. The second largest city is Santiago de Cuba. In Spanish, the capital is called “La Habana”. Cuba is near the United States, Mexico, Haiti, Jamaica and the Bahamas. People from Cuba are called Cubans. The official language is Spanish. Cuba is warm all year.


Cuba’s capital city, Havana, is one of the worlds most exciting cities to visit. Well, at least that is what we at Havana Adventures think anyway. It’s uniqueness inspires the imagination, and it’s rich and colourful history fascinates. After more than half a century of relative isolation, Havana is fast becoming more accessible. Right now could perhaps be the best time ever to experience the wonders of Cuba’s capital. The ways of life of the residents under the socialist revolution are still very much in evidence, and the culture of the Cubans that has intensified in isolation, insulated from the rest of the world, is for the moment largely preserved, while at the same time, for the first time in more than 50 years, services for visitors to Havana have reached levels of comfort that are acceptable for even travellers on the more fussy end of the spectrum. It’s an adventurous destination, seemingly on the verge of massive change.

Cayo Santa Maria

Cayo Santa Mariais a small key, 16 km (10 mi) long by 2 km (1.2 miles) wide, located in the Bahia de Buena Vista, off the northern coast of the main island of Cuba, in the province of Villa Clara. With its two neighbors, Cayo Las Brujas and Cayo Ensenachos, they together form a quiet resort destination with stunning beaches, called “Los Cayos de Villa Clara”. These cayos (keys) are connected to the main island of Cuba by a 48-km causeway, from the coastal town of Caibarien.


Iberostar Grand Packard

This hotel offers travellers an atmosphere that’s very evocative of the charm of Old Havana and which completes its offer with services and luxury facilities. This new 5-star hotel offers the most sophisticated travellers 321 luxury suites and rooms, plus 3 restaurants and 3 bars, Cigar Lounge, fitness centre with classes, a concierge, pillow menu, body and beauty treatments, a large outdoor pool, views of the Bacardi building… All of this in an exceptional location to experience the most exciting parts of the historical centre of Havana. This country with lots of history awaits, and it offers you a unique holiday!


Havana’s Best Places 


Restaurante : 


Los Naranjos

Habana Mia 7

La Guarida

Le chansonnier


Cafe del Oriente


La Torre Del Oro



Versus 1900


Restaurante Chez Merito

12 Sillas y Pilar

Che, Cubano!

Rancho Vista Hermosa

Museos :

Museo Nacional de Belas Artes de Cuba

Museo de la Revolucion 

Museo Napoleonico

Museo del Ron Havana Club

Museo deHistoria Natural 

Museo de Arte Colonial

Taquechel Pharmacy Museum

Plazas :

Plaza Vieja

Plaza de la Catedral

Plaza San Francisco de Asis

Teotros :

Gran Teatro de La Habama Alicia Alonso

Teatro Marti

Anfiteatro de La Habana 

Iglesias : 

Iglesia del Santo Cristo del Buen Viaje

Iglesia del Santo Angel Custodio

Iglesia de la Catedral

Iglesia del Espiritu Santo

Iglesia de La Merced de La Habana 

Castillos : 

Castillo de la Real Fuerza 

Palacio del Conde de Lombillo 

Artesania :

Feria de Artisania de Obispo 

Feria Almacenes San José

Palacio de la Artesania

Jérémie Beaulieu

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