MAGICAL CUBA IS REOPENING BORDERS FOR TOURISTS
Before the start of the new season, Cuba is opening borders for tourists, which were closed for six months due to the corona virus pandemic.
Sandy beaches, cocktails and salsa dancing
Imagine live music all around you, people dancing salsa, drinking colorful cocktails and driving old timer cars. The symbol of freedom, different world that enjoys a life unencumbered by material things, after six months opens the borders for tourists on the eve of the upcoming tourist season. Cuba is an authentic pearl of the Caribbean, where time stood still in the 1960s, and you will feel like in an old Hollywood movie.
Old Havana, Che Guevara and Hemingway
The capital of the country, the irresistible Havana, is always the starting point for all tourists. A place where you will feel the spirit of communism, Che Guevara and Hemingway. Founded 500 years ago, it is located on the ramparts facing the Atlantic Ocean and provides an irresistible sense of elegance. The streets with local bars where people are constantly singing and dancing, are surrounded by various buildings, shaped by events and time. The old city of Havana is adorned with colonial, pastel buildings in front of which you will meet their owners who drink rum, play chess and smoke tompus.
If you are an art lover, don’t miss the National Museum of Fine Arts in Havana. You will enjoy a collection of Cuban and international art. You will also have the opportunity to see works by famous Cuban artists such as Federico Beltran Mases, Rene Portocarrero, Wilfredo Lam and many others. One of the main historical landmarks of Cuba is certainly its revolution. The Museum of the Revolution is located in the former palace of the dictator Flugencio Batista, who was overthrown by the revolution. This building chronologically shows the period before, during and after the revolution. The Square of the Revolution, where Fidel Castro gathered the people, is also unavoidable, and today there is a bronze silhouette of Che Guevara. The picturesque and romantic part of Havana where you can welcome the sunset is the Malecon promenade. On this beautiful promenade you can have a cocktail overlooking the sea and indulge in the daily life of cheerful Cubans. For tompus lovers, we suggest that you take an old-timer car to the Vinales Valley, where you will try the best tompus in the world. The locals are always happy and dancing, so you can’t avoid dancing salsa in one of Havana’s streets. You will feel the dance and music best in the night entertainment, which includes bars and restaurants decorated in a traditional spirit.
Trinidad – swimming at El Nicho waterfalls
In addition to Havana, you will experience the true spirit of Cuba in historic Trinidad . A city that has been under UNESCO protection since 1988 and exudes colonial architecture from the time of sugar barons and landowners. Ancon beach and swimming at El Nicho waterfalls with horseback riding will be an unforgettable experience.
Varadero – Caribbean paradise
Varadero is the right choice for you if you are a fan of turquoise sea, powdery sand and luxury hotels. The beach is 20 kilometers long and is considered one of the most beautiful in the world. Varadero is an ideal destination to relax and enjoy the calm sea and the warm sunshine of the Caribbean paradise.
It is always the right time for a cocktail with rum in Cuba and for a walk along the Caribbean Sea.
Take the person you love and head to Cuba because, as Ernest Hemingway said, “Never go on a trip with someone you don’t love.”