From talking with artists and performers to learning about family traditions and exploring the city of Havana, as you explore, perspectives change. Come to know the dynamic Cuban people as few Americans have. This is an incredible opportunity to share your own way of life with the people you meet. That is what travel is all about. Experience this unique destination just 90 miles off the U.S. coast - but a world away.

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Old Havana:

This historic center of Havana is surrounded by the remains of its former city walls. Reminiscent of an old city of Europe, it has narrow cobbled streets that feed into five large plazas. It is filled with beautiful and diverse architecture drawing from Moorish, Spanish, Italian, Greek and Roman styles. Perhaps one of the most stunning of all structures is the Cathedral of the Virgin Mary of the Immaculate Conception, constructed mainly from blocks of coral cut from the floor of the Gulf of Mexico.

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Casa Fuster:

Señor Fuster, inspired by the art of Gaudi, set out to create something spectacular. It all began with his home. He covered his home in colorful eclectic designs made of tiles that visitors describe as Picasso meets Gaudi. His designs have spilled over throughout his neighborhood and it is an impressive sight. You won’t see anything like this anywhere else and you could spend hours and truly not see it all!

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Cigar making:

What’s so special about a Cuban cigar? Everything. Cubans were the first ones to start making cigars and they haven’t changed their process for hundreds of years. To this day, they’re still made entirely by hand with a few innovations added in over the years. When visiting Cuba, you’ll find that there are many cigar factories, but only a few are open to the public.

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Cienfuegos:

This city is on the southern coast of Cuba, and is known as “La Perla del Sur” (Pearl of the South). It was designated a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2005 because its well-preserved colonial buildings are the best surviving examples of the Spanish Enlightenment period. You’ll find a 16th century fortress at its harbor, built the to protect against Caribbean pirates. Today it is an economic center of coffee, sugarcane and tobacco trading.

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Expert Advice

PaulVieira

Paul Vieira

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Eat! Cuban food is extremely flavorful, using lots of herbs and spices, though not spicy hot. Local specialties include various seafood dishes featuring anything from lobster to local Caribbean fish, often in sauces or served with rice.

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Unplug. Well you don’t have much choice, as U.S. cell phones will not work while in Cuba.

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Come prepared. Unlike many destinations, Cuba is not an easy place to find extra camera batteries.

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