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Cuba Old History

Cuba is an independent nation in North America. With the capital city of Havana, Cuba 2020 population is estimated at 11,326,627 according to countryaah. Originally, Cuba was inhabited by three peoples: siboney, arawak and taino. Urinals succumbed to the Spanish colonization that began in the 16th century. With American help, Cuba became an independent nation… Read More »

All About Cuba Country

Brief information Liberty Island was discovered by Christopher Columbus on October 27, 1492. After that, the Spaniards tried to colonize it for four centuries and turn it into their overseas province. The British and Americans also wanted to succeed in this later. However, none of them managed to establish their own rules there. Therefore, even… Read More »

In What Direction is Cuba Going? Part III

After a quarter, as many as two million Cubans, 20 percent of the population, have migrated to Florida. But the new generations of Cubans in Florida no longer have any desire for the American boycott to continue: They want normal connections – be able to travel back and forth and keep in touch with their… Read More »

In What Direction is Cuba Going? Part II

All this shows that more and more Cubans are financially independent of the state . And even though political reforms are not officially to be implemented, decisive political changes are taking place in Cuban society in practice . Among other things, Cubans are no longer satisfied with applying for a permit to leave the country.… Read More »

In What Direction is Cuba Going? Part I

For two generations of Cubans, it has been almost inconceivable that Cuba could be leased by anyone other than the revolutionary leader Fidel Castro . Most reckoned that the revolution would fall with him, especially when he almost mythically managed to save the regime after the fall of the Wall in Europe in 1989. How… Read More »

Cuba History Timeline

The Republic of Cuba is an island state in the northern Caribbean, between the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. To the north are the United States and the Bahamas, to the west Mexico, to the south the Cayman Islands and Jamaica, and to the southeast Haiti. Cuba and its indigenous people came under Spanish… Read More »

Cuba – Road Trip From East to West

Experience the whole of Cuba – from the more unknown east side to the west. You get lots of history, beautiful nature. chalk-white stands and much, much more on this exciting road trip across Cuba. Your adventure starts in the more unexplored, eastern part of the country where you will find significantly fewer tourists. Here, both in Holguín… Read More »

Cuba Around by Bus

Traveling around Cuba is like traveling back in time. Here is nothing you are used to and in many cases a real alarm clock. Make a classic adventure trip by bus around Cuba. You travel around Cuba by bus and see and experience the country’s most classic and iconic places. You live locally and on a small scale… Read More »

Travel to Cuba on Your Own

Travel around Cuba at your own pace. Whether you are traveling as a backpacker or glampacker, it is nice to have a calm start to the journey with flights, pick up at the airport and two nights at a Casa Particular in Havana pre-booked and ready. Book your flights to Cuba through us and get lots… Read More »

Cuba – Road Trip on Your Own

Making a road trip to Cuba is easy. Lots of freedom with your own car and the opportunity to take the day as it comes! According to Agooddir, Cuba is perfect for a road trip on your own. Partly because the distances between the various sights are affordable, partly due to the simple road network. In addition, you… Read More »

Cuba – Road Trip and Beaches

Book a trip to Cuba with lots of freedom on four wheels. You can decide the pace and destinations yourself. Enjoy adventure, experiences and an ending on one of Cuba’s finest beaches in Varadero. The adventure begins in the historic city of Havana, Cuba. An exciting big city with 2.2 million inhabitants which, however, feels smaller and is… Read More »

Active Cuba Trip

A tour with an English-speaking guide that has everything for the curious and active traveler with a perfect combination of culture and activities. Hiking, biking and salsa dancing are the absolute best way to get to know Cuba. Wind in the hair, sweat in the forehead, sand between the toes and so on in nature. You travel… Read More »