Going to Cuba is like taking a trip around the world in perfect weather. You can clamber over the ruins of French coffee plantations. Tour Spanish colonial cities dating back to the 16th century. Luxuriate in European-style spas. Swing to Afro-Cuban and Latin rhythms. Hike through spectacular mountains and forests. Dive on one of the world’s great reefs. And fish where Hemingway fished.
Touring the country on your own or in a group is easy, fun and safe. Cuba’s 50,000 kilometres of roads and highways connect the country from east to west—and let you meet the people where they live. The island’s three main highways are the National Thruway, Central Highway and Northern Circuit.
Whether you’re in a car or on a bus, train or boat, you’ll find a new experience around every bend. Hang on to your hats…and get ready for adventure .
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More than just...
Cuba is more than just the largest island in the Antilles.
It is an ontrincate archipielago comprising the main island (about two thirds the size of Florida), the Isle of Youth and about 4,195 key (cayos) and islets.
The combined surface area of these Caribbean land masses is some 110,992 square kilometers and 140 kilometers of...