Traveling to Cuba, an island in the Caribbean Ocean, and the most populous and largest island in the Caribbean. “Pearl of the Caribbean” for its beauty, an island of contrasts, a real wonder of nature, boasts miles and miles of breathtaking terrain, towering mountains, spectacular landscapes, quaint colonial towns and a couple of cosmopolitan cities. It is a beautiful country that has a very controversial history. Since the revolution between 1953-1959, when Fidel Castro seized power, Cuba has been a socialist republic and placed heavy restrictions on traveling  people visiting the country. During the 1990’s, when Cuba lost financial backing from the Soviet Union. For over 40 years Cuba has been isolated from the mainstream of the world while trying to live the socialist dream.

The world has changed and so has Cuba. Now is the time to come and traveling to explore this country that has so much to offer. Since opening its doors to foreign traveling  visitors become one of the most famous island in the Caribbean, with beautiful stretches of unspoilt sand are one of the best locations in the world to relax and enjoy that laid back tropical atmosphere. Cuba has something for everybody and every imaginable taste and lifestyle. There are many popular regions like Varadero, Holguin, Havana, Pinar del Rio, Trinidad, Santiago de Cuba – picturesque landscapes, many modern hotels are becoming available, towns full of life, beaches made in paradise and healthy vegetation, Tranquil and relaxing during the day places such as the Paradisus Princesa Del Mar are the traveling  place to get a honeymoon tan. Cuba traveling holidays are famous for boasting some amazing natural wonders from Vinales’ breath taking limestone cliffs and expansive cave network to Punta Frances dive sites of wrecks and coral reefs best places to visit on Cuba.

Cuba has a unique rhythm which is surprising and very enjoyable. This unusual Caribbean island makes an unforgettable traveling honeymoon destination. Cuba with its rich history is protected as Havana ( a world heritage site), and Trinidad (Trinidad is a town in the province of Sancti Spíritus, central Cuba. Together with the nearby Valle De los Ingenios, it has been one of UNESCO’s World Heritage sites since 1988). Walking and traveling  around them is like a trip back in time. You won’t be surprised as cars from America’s classic age of motoring turn the corner and cruise down the street. In 1492, Christopher Columbus found and claimed the island ( Cuba), for the Kingdom of Spain. Cuba remained a territory until the Spanish–American War which ended in 1898, and gained formal independence from the U.S. in 1902. The population of Cuba is a mixture of all conceivable cultures: whites and blacks, townies, farmers ,fishers and different ethnic groups, mostly from Spain and Africa all live happily together. The food of Cuba has Latin and African influences with a little Caribbean thrown in.  Cuba´s people are warm, hospitable, fun-loving people famous for their sense of humor and knowing how to enjoy life and getting together for song and dance.


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