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Getting to the Real Cuba: Dance and Music

Getting to the Real Cuba: Dance and Music

When planning tours and travels, people often talk about wanting to experience the real Cuba. Which of course forces the question, what is the real Cuba? This of course cannot be described simply – the answer is comprised of many complex parts all intertwined in one another. That being said,

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A Night Out in Havana at The Fábrica de Arte Cubano

No matter what your tastes are, a night out in Havana is not complete without a visit to the Fábrica de Arte Cubano (Cuban Art Factory), also known as the FAC. The FAC is housed in a giant building that previously housed Havana’s electricity company and then an olive oil

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5 Beautiful Places to Find Peace and Quiet in Havana: Travel to Cuba

Peace and quiet is not typically the first thing that comes to mind when considering what travel to Cuba has to offer, specifically Havana. The bustling city is is known for its palpable and thriving energy. For travelers, it can be difficult to find down time amidst all of the

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The Scoop on Coppelia, Cuba’s Famous Ice Cream “Cathedral”

Passing by the corner of 23 and L in the heart of Vedado in Havana, you see throngs of people waiting in line. If it’s your first time in the neighborhood, you’re undoubtedly asking yourself: what in the world are all of these people doing here, and what could they

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5 Incredible Perks of Group Travel to Cuba

1) Group Travel is the Only Way to Tour Cuba Legally First and foremost, as a tourist, you need to partake in group travel. Individual travel to Cuba is no longer legal for educational and people-to-people purposes. Under Obama’s policy, many individuals skirted the “no tourism in Cuba” rule by

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How to Experience Cuba After President Trump’s Policy Change

The Changes Due to Trump’s recent announcement, big changes are on the horizon for US citizens and residents hoping to travel to Cuba. Namely, travel to Cuba is being re-restricted. Although straight tourism in Cuba was never legal under Obama’s policies, individual travelers could visit the island under one of

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