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Santiago de Cuba, Cuba
The History of Santiago de Cuba
The singular beauty of Santiago’s landscapes, the nearby sea and mountains, the lively atmosphere, and its friendly inhabitants are characteristics which distinguish the city and make it a desirable destination for events and tourism. Read More>>
The History of Havanna
Although the city is the smallest of the Cuban provinces, it is by far the most populated. The blend between African and Spanish footprints makes it one of the most unique cities in Latin America. The city is rich in culture, history and tradition. Read More>>
Pinar del Rio, Cuba
The History of Pinar del Rio
Known as the land that produces the world’s best tobacco, Pinar del Rio offers a landscape of unusual and incomparable beauty, from the highest mountains to the sea floor. This region is characterized by its valleys, mountains, caves, rivers, cliffs and fertile land. Read More>>
The History of Cienfuegos
Nicknamed the Pearl of the South after its magnificent bay, Cienfuegos is considered to be the architechtural jewel of the nineteenth century. The city was founded in 1819 by French settlers. The city’s ports are bathed by the Caribbean Sea and a beautiful bay. Read More>>
The History of Camaguey
Camaguey is the biggest province in the country, with more than 14 thousand square kilometers, its geography is characterize for extensive plain, which makes the province an ideal place to cultivate sugar cane, and shepherd a great number of cattle. Read More>>
MIAMI → HAVANA
MIAMI → CIENFUEGOS
MIAMI → CAMAGUEY
MIAMI → SANTA CLARA
MIAMI → SANTIAGO DE CUBA
MIAMI → HOLGUIN
TAMPA → HAVANA
TAMPA → SANTA CLARA
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