Behind the hum of vintage cars, pastel hues of 16th-century buildings and wafts of cigar smoke, the real Cuba shines bright.
A country caught in a cultural time warp, Cuba is a bright snapshot of the mid-20th century; a true feast for the senses. Watch as Cadillacs roll down the coastal boulevards, walk through traditional tobacco plantations in Vinales and see cigar production in full swing, laze on the shores of the Caribbean on some of the world’s whitest sands, and feel the sultry and spicy vibes of salsa as you dance the night away in Havana. With all of this on offer in one of the world’s best climates, what’s stopping you from checking out Cuba’s kaleidoscope of color and charisma?
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Cuba at a glance
Havana (population 2.1 million)
(GMT-05:00) Bogota, Lima, Quito, Rio Branco
Type A (North American/Japanese 2-pin) Type B (American 3-pin)