Depending on where you're from, you'll probably need to get a visa to get into Cuba. But getting a Cuban visa isn't too difficult or costly. Read more to find out how to apply for a Cuban visa, costs, and even which agencies you can use.
Before planning anything for your trip to Cuba, you absolutely MUST start here! With insider tips on the difficulties of travel in the country, the best way to sketch out your trip and just you should consider before going, this Cuba primer is your first stop on a big adventure.
The country is becoming more and more economically liberated, something that has trickled down to the plate. Though “fine dining” will be hard to find, there are a couple of trendy restaurants that have recently opened, elevating the food scene in the country. Here you will find the best restaurants in Havana.
In our comprehensive Havana travel guide, you will find recommendations on all there is to do, how to orient yourself in the city and which parts get our vote of yay or nay. From top-down vintage car rides to Castro-approved ice cream, we've dived deep into Havana.
A chronological time lime of history of Cuba, starting from Christopher Columbus setting foot on the island in 1492, and continuing with the arrival of African slaves, Cuba's complicated history with the US, the revolution and communism – to present day.
Cuban cuisine is a combination of influences from the country's colonial history, African roots, and Caribbean ingredients. In this article, we provide information on the food and drinks you must try before leaving Cuba, and restaurants that have that special something kinda vibe.