Cuba from Caribbean region, is best know for Beaches. Discover best things to do in Cuba with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
4.5 based on 16 reviews
Bohemian, rhythmically Latin, certainly picturesque and, above all, charming.
Just recently re-opened to the public the newly rennovated Capitolio is a sight to behold. Featuring works by the Italian sculptor Angelo Zanelli and a juxtoposition of Rennaissance and Classicla styles, this is worth the visit. Guided tours are available in Spanish and English.
4.5 based on 9 reviews
Enjoyed walking along the Malecon though it is obviously hot in the middle of the day. We walked along a few times. I’d also recommend the little train. At 1 cuc to travel the whole length as far as the market, it is fantastic value.
5 based on 3 reviews
The hour long walk on the desert beach from Sol Cayo Largo to Paraiso is my vision of paradise. You might meet other people every ten minutes or so, along with eagles, buzzards, pelicans and herons. There are two natural pools near the western end, and then the whitest sandy headland where mantas play and you can find starfish and conches as you bathe in crystal waters.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
The F.A.C., Cuban Art Factory, located on the 26 and 11 in Vedado, is the best night cultural proposal in La Havana. There is always something new to do, theater, jazz, contemporary dance, Concerts, DJ's, Exhibitions or intranet chatting. The best of all, all of this can take place in one night, while taking a glass of wine and eating delicious 'tapas'. Visit this place, a new Oxygen in Havana!
excellent pace to spend an evening or night, multiple events happening, Maestro Gavania was conducting orchestra in one venue, game of dance in the another place, rap music in third, hustling bar with rum on the conveyor. excellent art pieces on the display in gallery.
4.5 based on 684 reviews
4.5 based on 2 reviews
Taking a boat trip from the marina is nice and once at the beach you will enjoy, the waters are calm..some bring their own food and drinks from hotel to save on money but they offer both there at a cost. Chairs are 2 dollars as well. You will love it, spent the whole day there and even went into the water it was so calm.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
The first couple of days it was windy at the beach and the undertow was strong with the waves, however the remainder of the week the water was perfect....clear, warm and calm. Lots of beach chairs and shade for those that didn't want the sun. Bar and grill were always close by as well as volleyball nets in which you could sign out balls at the building up by the pool.
5 based on 91 reviews
We hiked from Villa Iguana down to Punta Mal Tiempo. Pack water, wear a hat and wear sun block. The view is stunning, the walk slightly rugged (some rocks) along the shoreline, but once you reach the point, its incredibly beautiful! We cherish rugged beauty and Robinson Caruso types of Beaches. If you do too, you'll love it. You can also take a taxi from your resort for a couple of CUCs and establish a pick up time if you don't want an additional hike back.
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