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The Malecon of Havana

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The Malecon of Havana   The Malecon is a suggestive seafront about eight kilometers long located in Havana. This huge walk is also one of the most authentic and famous avenues in Cuba. This is one of the meeting points preferred by lovers, poets, troubadours, philosophers and fishermen. Enjoy an especially passionate atmosphere during the sunset, since this is where you can see one of the... More info

Cayo Coco

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Cayo Coco   Cayo Coco is the fourth largest islet in Cuba and one of its main tourist destinations. It is located in the Sabana-Camagüey Archipelago, also known as Jardines del Rey.   The first person to reach Cayo Coco was the French privateer Jacques de Sores, after his assaults on Havana and Port-au-Prince. Later, in 1752, he was followed by the first landowner on the island, a... More info

Great Theater of Havana Alicia Alonso

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Great Theater of Havana Alicia Alonso   The Great Theater of Havana Alicia Alonso, headquarters of the Ballet and the National Opera of Cuba, is located in Centro Habana, on the Paseo de Martí, right next to the National Capitol of Cuba. Currently this building forms a large cultural complex with several rooms and is one of the most important cultural institutions in Latin America. &nbs... More info

Trinidad

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Trinidad Trinidad is one of the most beautiful cities in Cuba. Declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1988. It was the third town founded by the Spanish crown in Cuba, thanks to Diego Velázquez in 1514. It is currently a city-museum with a great colonial architectural heritage of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, between which highlights its narrow cobbled streets, its beautiful re... More info

Esmeralda Beach

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Esmeralda Beach The Emerald Beach, formerly known as Playa Estero Ciego, being located in the Ciego Caleticas estuary, is located just over 5 kilometers west of Guardalavaca, Cuba, and is characterized by warm, clean waters of an intense green. This small paradise is surrounded by cliffs, steep slopes and a large number of plant species that complete the charming landscape.   You can o... More info

Cayo Levisa

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Cayo Levisa Explore the almost virgin paradise of Cayo Levisa, its clear waters, magnificent corals and a varied fauna, Cuba   Cayo Levisa, separated by the Caribbean Sea from the northern coast of Cuba, holds the title of best beach in Pinar del Río, ahead of Cayo Jutías, next to which it integrates the Los Colorados Archipelago, becoming one of the most striking destinations for visi... More info

National Museum of Fine Arts of Cuba

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National Museum of Fine Arts of Cuba The National Museum of Fine Arts of Cuba is an exciting art museum that is housed in two buildings located next to the famous Paseo de Martí, in the center of Havana. It aims to restore, preserve and promote the works that are part of the plastic heritage of Cuba and is equipped with 24 rooms where old art collections are exhibited, art rooms dedicated to... More info

Vinales National Park

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Viñales National Park Visit the Viñales National Park and enjoy one of the most spectacular landscapes in all of Cuba   The Viñales National Park, also known as the 'Viñales Valley', is undoubtedly one of the most spectacular natural landscapes in all of Cuba. It is a valley, declared World Heritage by UNESCO since 1999, with very high pines, limestone mountains (which are very attra... More info

Baracoa

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Baracoa   Baracoa, declared a National Monument, is a quiet colonial city of Cuba. It is nestled between mountainous massifs with a great profusion of endemic vegetation, which make the place an exotic place with crystalline rivers and cozy beaches. The city of Baracoa is the oldest in Cuba, since it was the first town founded by Diego Velázquez in 1511, under the name of “Our Lady of ... More info

Castle of the Three Holy Kings of Morro

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Castle of the Three Holy Kings of Morro   The Castle of the Three Holy Kings of Morro was erected between 1589 and 1630 with the purpose of protecting the entrance to the port of Havana from pirates and invaders. This fortress is perched on a rocky ledge, known as El Morro, over the Atlantic Ocean. The field master Juan de Texeda, and the military engineer Batista Antonelli were in charge... More info