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Nov

17

Preparing Your Family for a Trip to Cuba

Now that visiting Cuba is legal for Americans, it opens up a whole new horizon for travelers who want to share the delights and mysteries of this enchanting country with their families.


Nov

10

Sweepstakes Winner Prepares For The Havana Marathon

Here's our first update from our Havana Marathon Sweepstakes winner, Ted Rodgers. Ted was so excited about winning his “dream trip” when we told him, that shortly after he convinced his whole family to sign up for the 


Nov

05

Jewish Groups in Cuba

At Havana’s three synagogues, congregations share Shabbat dinners, familiar songs, services and commaraderie. In far-flung island communities, small numbers of Jews band together to keep traditions alive. When you visit a Jewish house of worship here, you’ll likely feel an instant connection with people who share your traditions and welcome you without reservation.


Oct

27

Insight Paladares: El Litoral

El Litoral.  As its name suggests, it is close to water.  Havana´s youngest contender for top dining experience is across the street is Havana´s picturesque sea wall, the Malecón.  Just beyond this iconic Cuban landmark are deep blue waters of the Straits of Florida...where your dinner was probably swimming earlier that morning.


Oct

21

Benefits of Traveling to Cuba on a Guided Tour

For most Americans, visiting Cuba legally requires taking a guided tour. “People-to-people” travel, introduced in 2000, takes travelers into the heart of Cuba, helping forge real connections between islanders and visitors.


Oct

16

Our Girl in Havana: The New Street Art

Cuba’s political murals are one of the most potent images of this country: the faces of Che and Castro, strong and resolute, looking out over their people. You happen upon them like old friends: some images remain vibrant, freshly painted by teams of fastidious workers; others are faded and chipped, the walls crumbling beneath them, a potent metaphor for the aging administration.


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