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Cuba

Cuba Travel

Did you know the island of Cuba has more than 3.400 miles of coastline? That’s why it’s one of the first choices of all beach lovers. Your travel to Cuba will be packed with fun, adventures, and beaches.

Cuba Is well known for its legendary beaches. Full of amazing landscapes, colorful classic American cars, and friendly people, this country sure is one of the best options for you to go with your family.

Here you will find out a lot of places to eat, where to stay, and what to do for your Cuba Travel.

What is Cuba’s Traditional Food? – A Cuban Sandwich Of Course!

Sandwiches and me, become very close during travels. They are filling, tasty and fun, especially when a country is known for them. So it was a great surprise for me that the almost true traditional food from Cuba was a sandwich – at least for me, it was and traveling Havana if full of those […]

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What Is The National Drink Of Cuba? Mojitos – The True Cuba Drink

What makes the perfect Mojito, the true Cuba Drink? For one, being in Cuba and using real Cuban Rum! What Do They Drink in Cuba? Not good enough? I know of another thing that can make a signature Cuba Drink perfect: I’ve been drinking Mojitos since I first arrived to Central America over twelve years […]

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Havana Travel Guide: Where to Stay and What to See In Havana Cuba

Havana is Cuba’s capital city and was founded by the Spaniards in the 16th century. It boasts an eclectic society, old buildings, classic cars, Caribbean culture, dancing, and music. This is truly a kid-friendly country and there is practically no crime at all. And since Cubans birth rate is an average of one kid per […]

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Top 17 Things To Do in Cuba – My Bucket List

Cuba, here we come! Cuba is one of those places that us, United States abiding citizens, are nervous to venture to or simply have blocked it out of our minds due to the so-called never-ending embargo! With all that hype, it just makes this amazing country more and more interesting to me! But what really […]

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18 Fun Facts About Cuba For Kids And Travelers

Cuba is the largest island of the Caribbean Sea and a place with such a turbulent yet interesting history. Also, when you talk about this country, you can’t forget about the unique culture of its people. Just researching for my trip to the country I learned so much about it, and being there I was […]

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Unraveling the Mystery of Eating Out in Cuba – Restaurants in Havana Cuba

Where to eat in Cuba while on vacation? That’s a good question, since they have such a wide variety of choices, other than the obvious places you normally visit. There is so much more than just restaurants in Havana. Don’t miss this when traveling to Havana Cuba! Restaurants in Havana Cuba What makes eating out […]

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Top 7 Fun Things To Do In Havana Cuba

The number of things to see and things to do in Havana, Cuba will surprise you with its enormity! I couldn’t believe it when I first started researching before our trip Where to start is always a big question for me, and when you are traveling with kids, it’s better to have some sort of […]

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The Crazy Cars of Cuba: Why Are Cars In Cuba Old?

A country full of salsa, sandwiches, sun, and sandy beaches, Cuba is an amazing holiday destination. You’ll have to tear yourself away from the beach, though, as no visit is complete without a trip to Havana. In the capital, you’ll find colorful people and even more colorful cars. Izzy, a globetrotting blogger from PassSmart.com, recently […]

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National Aquarium of Cuba in Havana – Things to Do in Cuba with Kids

Havana is one of the largest cities I’ve visited with my family in ages. So big it totally surprised me. A lot of it is walking around, checking out museums and architecture – or better putting it  BOOORRRIIIINNNGGG for kids. Traveling with kids can be challenging, super rewarding, but also needs creativity. Kid Friendly things […]

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How to Get Around In Cuba – Guide To Havana Cuba Transportation

This must be one of the best parts of traveling to Cuba. At least it was for my family. For a country that still resembles what it once was in the 1950’s, only a lot more abandoned, you will be amazed at the number of ways you can get around Havana. Once you take a […]

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A Visit To The House of A Cuban Artist Fuster

Havana is known for many things. Revolution square, food, music, classic cars, Castro, Che, Callejon de Hamel, and the sexy Cubans (male and female).  Yet very few people and places ever mention Fuster’s house. Fuster is a Cuban Artist Fuster is a local artist that for over 25 years has been making a masterpiece of […]

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Havana Cuba With Kids: Everything You Need to Know for Visiting Cuba with Kids

Traveling with kids anywhere is a challenge. And my family and I have done quite a lot of traveling with our two sons (one year old and seven) to many Latin American Countries. But only for our Cuba family vacation have we had to come so prepared. One SUPER important and comforting fact – Cuba […]

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Lodging in Havana Cuba: Casa Particulares

Cuba is unique in every possible way. When you visit the gorgeous country/island you leave all that you know about traveling behind and enter a fully new experience! This starts with lodging in Havana Cuba. You can certainly stay at any number of hotels that are centrally located, but to be honest with you, even […]

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Top 5 Reasons To Visit Cuba In Your Lifetime

You will never run out of reasons to travel. Spending time in another city or country can become your ticket to know more about the world, help you become more tolerant, and provide you with unforgettable experiences. Traveling is also great for your mental health, as this allows you to gain more friends and relieve […]

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Traditional Musical Instruments of Latin America

Latin America is a big blend of ancient, native cultures with European cultures, and even African in a few places. This has given it its distinctive and colorful cultures that can be recognized around the world. This has all contributed to creating unique musical styles,  musical instruments of Latin America and dances to go with […]

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