Cuba Travel Guide


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Gorgeous Spanish colonial architecture, splendid white-sand beaches, hand-rolled cigars, vintage cars, and those famous cocktails (mojito, anyone?) await intrepid travelers to this unique island, the Caribbean's largest. American travel to Cuba was reintroduced in 2011—albeit by organized tour only—and highlights include strolling Old Havana's cobblestoned streets, dropping by Ernest Hemingway's countryside estate, and venturing out to darling Trinidad, a colorful UNESCO-protected town in the heart of Cuba. No matter where you go, you'll see vibrant local artwork and hear legendary jazz. What's more, uncrowded white-sand beaches are always close at hand.

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