Old Havana tries hard to separate you from your convertibles, but you can plaza hop with food and drink for less than 5 CUC ($5). Find out more on our self-guided walking tour of Old Havana.
Quetzaltenango is your authentic Guatemalan city that you actually want to visit. Find out what’s on offer inside, and why you may stick around longer than expected.
The clip-clop of horses’ hooves on the 500 year old cobbled-stone streets is one of the many charms of Trinidad – find out why this Unesco gem is in a league of its own!
San Andres Xecul is an easy and cheap day trip from Quetzaltenango (Xela), but should you visit? No! Take a look at our pictures and save yourself some time.
Vedado is the inner-city suburb of Havana filled with tons of history. Find out what attractions await on DIY Travel HQ’s Vedado self-guided walking tour.
Adjust your pace & heighten your senses in Santiago de Cuba – find out why most travelers either love or hate the city known as the “Cradle of the Revolution”.
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!
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.
Lanquin serves as the gateway to Semuc Champey, and has recently grown to accommodate the influx of tourists. See why this quaint mountain village is worth a stay.
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.