Cuba is the pearl of the Caribbean Sea. Thanks to its colonial past, Havana - the capital - has plenty of palaces, nice mansions, cathedrals, strong forts, and shady alleys. On its streets, American automtive classics from the 50ís create a huge contrast with coaches.
Trinidad is full of palaces built by the sugar barons, while Santa Clara is the town of the legendary revolutionary, Che Guevara. Guama shows us an Indian village and a crocodile farm. Varadero offers white, sandy beaches shaded by large palm trees and luxury hotels. In the Tropicana Club, the band sways to heartwarming music.
In the famous bars, as the Floridita or the La Bodeguita del Medio, we can remember Hemingway, and drink local rum or the cocktails prepared from it and light a good Cuban cigar.
- Santa Clara
- Sancti Spiritus
- Tropicana Club