Cuba Beaches

Some of the best Cuba Beaches Tweet Varadero 20 Kms of white sand and top hotels in Cuba. Big beach resort with all-inclusive hotels. Playas del Este – Havana My favorite beach. Tarara resort has with nice houses for rent as well as Villa Los Pinos and only a few hotels. You can also enjoy […]

Beach Resort General Reviews

Cayo Santa Maria reviews Tweet Cayo Santa Maria Resorts are a favorite destination of individuals around the world. Due to the trade embargo by the United States, fewer tourists are in the country, which helps make it a bit more comfortable walking around and enjoying. This does mean there are fewer hotels available, so for […]

Cuba and religion

Cuba and Religion Tweet When most people think of the Caribbean, Latin America and most of the Western Hemisphere in terms of religion, they typically think of Christianity or, more specifically Catholicism. Spain and the Spaniards who came over during the nation’s conquest throughout the region spread Christianity, which is why it is such a […]

How to get there

Cayo Santa Maria, Cuba: How to get there. Tweet For travelers looking to hit the beautiful beaches and sunshine of Cayo Santa Maria, Cuba, planning for transportation is a must. Unlike other destinations though it can be just slightly trickier to do. That is because it is still somewhat difficult for American travelers to fly […]

What to Pack for my Trip

Things to pack Tweet With your trip to Cayo Santa Maria Beach coming up, you need to ready your luggage and make sure you are packed. Now, it is always better to slightly under pack than overpack. After all, it might save you on luggage fees and most of what you forget or don’t bring […]

Olds Cars

Automobile Museum collection – Old Cars Havana Tweet This is a collection of the oldest cars in Havana, located in Mercaderes street, right passing the corner of the Ambos Mundos Hotel in Old Havana, Cuba. Address: Oficios Street #12 & J├║stiz. Old Havana. Another good place to see old cars in the city is facing […]

Old Havana

Tweet It is also known as San Cristobal de la Habana. Saint Christopher helped a child cross a river and even though current was hard, he never let him go. The child was Jesus Christ. The city has 4 square kms and was founded on November 16, 1519 (see El Templete monument) by the bay. […]