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Cuba, a place frozen in time with an eclectic combination of antiques, culture, food, and stunning landscapes. From Cuban Cigars to Havana Rum to a living museum of vintage cars, there are many good reasons to visit Cuba. Here are the 6 places where you can explore the culture of Cuba!
From old cars to colorful buildings; Sophisticated, retro yet cosmopolitan, this city is Cuban’s capital for a reason. Start in La Habana Vieja, the Old Havana, serving up the most preserved slice of Cuban History. Spend hours strolling down the streets exploring the Gran Teatro de la Habana or Museo de la Revolucion or other colonial architectures. The days here are charming but the nightlife is spectacular.
The UNESCO World Heritage Site, this mid-19th-century sugar town exudes a quaint colonial feel like no other. Along with beautifully restored building and cobblestone streets, the city is also packed with dozens of art galleries that are sure to leave one impressed.
Santiago de Cuba:
Santiago de Cuba, the second-largest city in Cuba and also its original capital. This place is mainly known for its revolutionary history. Infused with architecture, vibrant culture, and historic landmarks, this is one of the most ‘authentically Cuban’ city.
Looking for some authentic Cuban cigars and country living? Make your next online flight booking to Viñales. With gorgeous landscapes, picturesque views, and absolutely no traffic! This small town is a great place to explore the rural environment of Cuba.
The youngest city in Cuba, this harborside town is a massive mix of art, history, and culture. The city offers plenty of things to do. Walk down to Punta Gorda, witnessing some of the most beautiful views from the edge of the bay or head towards the Malecon sea wall. Salsa lovers can head to Cienfuegos Club to dance the night away. Not to mention the stunning sunset that one can’t miss.
Santa Clara:
Located in the center of Cuba, one can find Cuba’s most revolutionary history in this city. A great place to soak up some untainted Cuban culture, the city is mainly known for its historical association with Ernesto ‘Che’ Guevara. Santa Clara is also the first city to mark the end of the Batista regime. Also famous for Cuba’s only official drag show, an outlandishly flamboyant party scene.
So, if you are still thinking about whether you should make your next online flight booking to Cuba, the answer is resounding yes!

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