»La Habana«, as the capital of Cuba is officially named, is definitely worth a visit for itself alone. It was founded in 1519, being one of the oldest settlements of America. Since 1982, this genuine pearl of the Caribbean is UNESCO world heritage.

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The Mecca of bathing freaks in Cuba is Varadero. Less than 2 hours’ drive from Havana, there is a narrow sand stripe with beaches and sea on 3 of its 4 sides. You can find numerous hotels and also a golf course here.

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Trinidad of Cuba has been a UNESCO world heritage since 1988 and one of the best-preserved colonial towns in the Caribbean. The city of Trinidad lies about 10 km away from the ocean shore to the south of Cuba.

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Amidst the wonderful „Valle de Viñales“ lies the place called Viñales. This is a starting point for excursions to the breathtaking natural scapes, identified by and well known for the tobacco plantations. Viñales lies 180 kilometers west of Havana.

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