Plaza Vieja is the one plaza you must visit in Old Havana. Find out what makes Plaza Vieja feel so alive.
Plaza del Cristo is often overshadowed by Old Havana’s four larger plazas, but it deserves your love too! See it before it transforms into another hotspot.
If you love Havana, you’ll adore the equally dilapidated streets of Camaguey, as well as its many plazas, churches, sculptures & tombs – join us on a tour of Cuba’s 3rd largest city!
On the best daytrip from Havana, visit Fusterlandia & see how one man transformed an entire neigbourhood into a community art project of vibrant colour & mosaics!
When Columbus came upon Guardalavaca for the first time, he described it as the most beautiful place he had ever laid eyes on – find out if this still rings true.
Everything you need to know about Havana Airport, including currency exchange & how to get in/out by local bus for less than 2 cents!
How do you get to Cancun Airport? Can I sleep there? Do I need a visa for Cuba? What’s the flight to Havana like? We answer all these questions and more!
Forget Bayamo – if you’re in Cuba on a Saturday night, head straight to Las Tunas, where the streets come alive with a smorgasbord of food, drinks, music & dance!
Cienfuegos is known as the “Pearl of the South” but don’t believe the hype – this French-founded city is nowhere near as sophisticated or stylish as its roots may suggest.
There aren’t many things to do in Ciego de Avila, a city in Cuba that wasn’t much different than the United States in the 19th century. Learn about the history of La Trocha, how to get there & more.