With the recent improved relations between the United States and Cuba, plenty of attention has been thrust on Cuba as a holiday destination.
It is no surprise that many are now flocking to this incredible Caribbean island, which is famed for rolling mountains, sandy beaches, a colorful and vibrant capital city and, of course, rum and cigars.
Not only this, but it is also famed for Spanish colonialism, revolution, communism and a frosty relationship with the USA. This makes it one of the most intriguing destinations in the world and a place that is largely unexplored by many.
Cuba has an absolutely fascinating heritage which has been well-preserved, so any visitor will want to find the best way to explore this heritage and learn more about this time-worn yet magical island.
Havana is unlike anywhere in the world, with Spanish colonial and Art Deco architecture, beautiful and colorful old American muscle cars navigating the streets and a lively atmosphere throughout the city.
To experience all of this and learn more about the absorbing history of the capital; a guided tour of the capital in a vintage car is a must and an excellent way of getting your bearings and soaking up the distinctive atmosphere.
Exploring the Island
It is not just the Cuban capital that must be explored to understand the heritage of the island. There are many other iconic cities and landmarks, plus glorious beaches and all-inclusive resorts to fully unwind after an eye-opening trip.
The best way to experience all that Cuba has to offer is with a trip organized by expert holiday organizers, such as Cuba Holidays.
Companies like this can arrange amazing tours, but also beach holidays where you can enjoy a slice of paradise on the gorgeous Caribbean beaches.
Not only will this ensure that you experience authentic Cuba, but it also reduces the stress of having to organize the trip yourself.
Soaking up the Atmosphere
There are many must-visit places in Cuba, all of which will give you a great insight into the incredible heritage of the island. However, you can also learn a lot about Cuba by simply strolling around, trying the local cuisine and speaking to the warm and friendly locals.
Visiting Cuba and exploring the island and its history will be unlike any other trip you have ever had. Vibrant, colorful, distinctive and tropical yet also crumbling and dilapidated; this is all what makes this such a fascinating and magical place to visit.
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