Home to historic sites like San Juan hill and Fidel Castro’s tomb, Claire Boobbyer shares her top tips on what to see and do in Santiago de Cuba.
First time in Santiago de Cuba? Claire Boobbyer shares her tips on how to navigate the city and find the best local experiences, places to stay and eat.
Strike out with these day trips from Santiago de Cuba to the best nature hot spots, coffee plantations, ruins, cultural sites, and beaches.
Known for its revolutionary spirit, a famous university, and many historical monuments, here's what to see and do while you're in Santa Clara.
First time visiting Santa Clara? Our Insider, Evie, shares tips on where to stay, how to get around and the best local experiences Cuba’s revolutionary city has to offer.
From spontaneous street parties to unique Cuban nightlife entertainment, and whether you’re a cocktail, mojito or rum drinker, get ready to party it up in Cuba.
Just over two hours east of Havana is the undeservedly-overlooked Matanzas province. Our local insider shows you why it’s time to add Matanzas and Varadero to your itinerary.
Cuba has an abundance of historic sites going back well over 500 years, but making a list of the country’s top historic landmarks is a challenge. Here are several landmarks for you to see.
If you’re in Cuba’s far east, make sure you drop by Holguin. From Guardalavaca beach to the Loma de la Cruz, here are the top things to do while you’re there.
Explore these four National Parks for keen hikers and trekkers in Cuba. Discover waterfalls, wildlife and ancient caves in off-the-beaten-track forests.
From the UNESCO-protected colonial enclave of Habana Vieja, to the A-list museums and revolutionary landmarks of gritty Centro, here's how to see the best of Havana.