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Apr

28

Cuba Comes Alive at Cemetery Colon

Odd though it may sound, Cemetario Cristobal Colon (informally known as "Colon Cemetery") stands among Havana's best-loved attractions. At Colon, named for explorer Christopher Columbus, visitors find more than 500 chapels, vaults and mausoleums, the graves of notable citizens—and countless stories.


Jun

20

The Writing on the Wall: Street Art in Cuba

All across Cuba, change is in the air. Whether it be the change that accompanies Fidel Castro handing control of the government over to Raul (after nearly 50 years in power), the appearance of small privately run businesses and entrepreneurship, increased tourism from around the world in places like Varadero, or foreign investment, there exists a perfect window of opportunity to experience Cuba as it transitions from a history in isolation from Americans to a future that welcomes them as never before.

Apr

01

Welcome to the Cuba Travel Blog of insightCuba!

New travel regulations became official Friday, January 28th. People-to-people educational travel to Cuba has been officially restored after seven years. InsightCuba submitted its license application, and now awaits a decision from the US Treasury Department!

You can find out more information here.

We hope you enjoy the views from our team – coming soon.


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