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From Cuba's historical streets of Havana to the pristine shores of the Caribbean, stroll through World Heritage cities, relive a fascinating colonial history and experience the rich heritage of music and dance that Cuba is renowned for. From historic cars to fragrant cigars, and with plenty of rum and rumba in between, this adventure will take you into the heart of all things Cuban. Old-world charm, rich history, exciting nightlife — evocative Havana is like nowhere else on Earth. See the difference between city and coastal life on a guided walking tour of the old capital. Take inspiration from the locals and mix things up with a bicycle-taxi tour of Camaguey — roll through the winding streets on two-wheels, visiting markets, plazas and an art gallery. Experience old-world charm in the colourful coastal town of Trinidad.

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Camagüey, Cuba: A Mini-Guide For Travellers - Goats On The Road

With its typically run-down Cuban charm, this establishment has many ties with Hollywood, making it a "must-see" place if you are in town. Read on and find out more about how this chic corner of La Habana has rubbed shoulders with celebrities whilst maintaining its very Cuban roots. It was back in that Cuba briefly swept open the curtains behind which it had traditionally hidden and did something pretty special. Caro used the location for the film to open the paladar named "La Guarida" The Den.

Camagüey, Cuba: A One Day Guide

After reading about how the city was continuously attacked by pirates, and how the labyrinth of streets is often compared to the medinas of Morocco , we were intrigued. This gothic, triple-spired cathedral has a different style to most other cathedrals in Cuba, it looks like it belongs in Europe! This church dates from and has an active convent attached to it.
The heavy, tropical kind of rain that you or rather we Brits associate with holidays. Big, fat droplets teeming down, bouncing like marbles off paving stones and spraying back up your legs as if you weren't sodden enough. With only a day to play with, as an obscenely organised traveller I was distraught: How would I see all the sights in the allocated 24 hour time period if the rain didn't stop? There was famed artwork to pour over, galleries galore to visit, not to mention gorgeous colonial architecture to discover. All of which were to be found on foot and no-one, not even the dogs fancied stepping out into the deluge of water streaming from the heavens.