Havana, the capital city of Cuba and the largest city in the Caribbean Region, is one of the culturally acclaimed cities in this urban country.Visiting Havana is like taking a step back in time, and definitely worth the effort.
Nestled between the Escambray Mountains and the Caribbean Sea, Trinidad enjoys a phenomenal location. Bobbing in the azure waters of Playa Ancón , just 12 km from the city center, it’s easy to understand why sugar barons decided to set up shop in Trinidad.
Approximately 160 km from Havana, Pinar del Río is Cuba’s most western province. Among its major attractions are El Valle de Viñales (Viñales Valley), a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the Vueltabajo tobacco growing region, which produces some of the world’s best tobacco.
Cuba’s second most populous province. The capital is hot and hilly, but at the same time seductively languid. Built on a sequence of hills overlooking a large bay with the Sierra Maestra in the background, Santiago de Cuba is one of Cuba’s most picturesque cities.