With its fleets of classic cars, Spanish Colonial architecture, vibrant music scene, and an outsized place on the world stage, Cuba is one of the most beautiful and fascinating places on earth.
Our Cuba Insiders have compiled the essential info US residents need to experience the island nation in all its glory.
Where to go and what to see, we take the guesswork out of travel.
A rundown on the kind of lodgings you’ll find and tips on how to book them.
Music is the heart and soul of Cuba – we break the scene down for you.
Off limits for decades, US citizens can now go to Cuba – here’s how.
From 1950s cabs to hitchhiking, here's how to get around.
Does it matter what you say and how you dress in Cuba? Yup.
Note: Canadian residents are not covered for travel to Cuba.
Cuba’s beaches are postcard-perfect, fringed by palm trees, sparkling with white sands, and lapped by stunning turquoise water.
The Government of Cuba decided in May 2010, that all travelers, foreign and Cubans living abroad coming to the island nation need to take out a medical insurance policy. Read on to find out more.
Fake cigars and fake cash plus scammers are just some of the petty crime you may encounter while in Cuba. But if you follow these tips from World Nomads, you'll know how to avoid it before you become a victim.