Are you planning to visit Cuba and you are searching for practical information? You don´t know where to stay, how to get around or where to go shopping? With our travel guide to Cuba, you will learn all of that very quickly. Cuba is a very safe country and very simple for every traveller.
Given the political regime that has lasted in Cuba for several decades, be prepared that you will have a hard time to buy there nearly anything. If you forget to pack something at home, you won´t be able to buy it in Cuba. The absence of shops, stores, markets, stalls, and various similar establishments tell you where you are. Although people work normally on weekdays, people from our culture would constantly wonder what Cubans really do for a living. Restaurants and bars here are not definitely lacking as the number of tourists is growing. So, when you get your first Cuba Libre, you breathe in the smoke of the cigar and your ears get to hear salsa dance music, you will know for sure that you have arrived in Cuba.
If you don’t know how to get a visa, you can find useful information here.