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Santiago de Cuba, Cuba
A trip to Santiago de Cuba wouldn't be complete without a visit to San Pedro de la Roca Castle, also known as Castillo del Morro. This imposing fortress on the bay protected the city from pirates and military attack and is considered both...
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Varadero, Cuba
Traveling to Cuba is like taking the Delorean back in time 50 years. This picture was taken on my first trip to Cuba. On that trip, my mouth stayed wide open in awe of all of the beautiful old American cars. Granted, I did take time to enjoy...
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458 Paseo de Martí, La Habana 10600, Cuba

The Cuban National Ballet is one of the most respected classical ballet companies in the world and the Great Theatre of Havana is just gorgeous. It was quite a special night out for 30 dollars.

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Havana, Cuba
Drummers keeping the beat while accompanying stilt walkers during a Sunday afternoon parade in Old Havana.
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Havana, Cuba
Everywhere you go in Cuba "Che" is present. Going to Cuba as an American means your days are spent listening to lectures, attending performances, and visiting art galleries on official tours. As wonderful as all those things are, the best thing...
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Malecón, La Habana, Cuba
The malecon (boardwalk), that spans for over 4.5 kms along the coast of Havana, it's a gathering place for people as the sun sets down. The breeze (which combats the otherwise overwhelming heat of the city), the fishing and not least important the...
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Havana, Cuba
If you like to dance salsa underneath the stars and by the ocean, there’s no better place than 1830. For a small cover fee, you get a drink, hear live music and watch (or join!) some of the most expert casino, aka Cuban salsa, around town. Best...
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Havana, Cuba
Plaza de la Catedral is where you will find La Catedral de la Virgen María de la Concepción Inmaculada de La Habana (Iglesia Catedral de la Havana or Catedral de San Cristóbal), a beautifully preserved baroque church built in 1727 that looms over...
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Plaza de la Revolucion, Havana, Cuba
Most trips to Cuba start out with a visit to the Plaza de la Revolución. I suggest having a guide with you when you visit the the city square, as it is sprinkled with many historical monuments and has a decorated past only a local Cuban could...
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San Ignacio, La Habana, Cuba
Havana, Cuba is home to some of the world's most beautiful architecture. Massive buildings are ornately designed, and every few blocks there is a city square where locals join together to chat away the afternoons. I was lucky enough to stay near...
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Havana, Cuba
Explore Cuba’s vibrant culture through its cuisine and discover the magic of a country that reflects 50 years past with a future full of possibilities ahead. Access Trips pioneers culinary travel in Cuba by offering innovative cooking and cocktail...
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Havana, Cuba
I was walking in Havana Vieja and ran into this gentleman selling Granma, the state paper. I bought a paper and asked if I could take his picture. His gaze penetrated my lens with a stare that told me he was and always has been proudly Cuban.
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Havana, Cuba
Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site, this historic municipality of Havana, Cuba, dates back to the 16th century. Today, the area is a popular destination to visit, filled with museums, plazas, restaurants, and nightlife.
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Havana, Cuba
Sometimes it feels like there are few places in the world yet to be discovered. For U.S. residents, Cuba has been one of those places—and it’s newly accessible. Fathom's seven-day journey to Cuba is an effective way to explore a country whose...
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Av. Capitán Raúl Perozo, Santiago de Cuba, Cuba

They may not be the first place one thinks of visiting while on vacation, but cemeteries can be fascinating spots to get a different perspective on local history and culture. This is true anywhere, but Santiago’s Santa Ifigenia is especially...

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Cienfuegos, Cuba

The Moorish-inspired architecture in Cienfuegos may be surprising, and the Palacio del Valle stands out as the city's prime example of this style that enjoyed a moment of popularity at the beginning of the 20th century. This palace, located on...

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Havana, Cuba

Like many port cities in the Caribbean, Havana has an intact, centuries-old defense fort that is open to the public for sightseeing. Construction of the building, commonly called El Morro (its longer official name is Castillo de los Tres Reyes...

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The triumph of the Cuban Revolution was a victory for Cuban athletes: Fidel Castro viewed sports (along with arts and education) as an essential part of public life and invested heavily in athletic training programs. From boxing and baseball to...

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Havana, Cuba
Smoking Cohibas in Havana is essential... especially with new friends