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What to Do in Cuba

Varadero Beach

The jewel of Varadero is Varadero Beach, a 20-kilometer stretch of white sand, azure waters, and all-inclusive resorts. Also known as the Playa Azul (or, Blue Beach), the waves here are made blissfully warm by the Gulf Stream. Sit beneath one of the palapas with a mojito and enjoy the relaxing vibes. There are also fun activities like snorkeling and swimming to be enjoyed.

Cayo Coco

Another of Cuba's idyllic beach locations—this one more isolated—Cayo Coco is named after the white ibis bird that's found here, and it's a tropical paradise that will whisk you away from your daily worries. The coral reefs that line the beach are perfect for snorkeling, and they also keep the waters calm and warm. Keep an eye out for animals too, like tropical fish and turtles.

Peninsula de Zapata

The Peninsula de Zapata is one of the largest wetlands of the Caribbean. Containing swampland and forest, it is home to crocodiles and over 150 species of birds you can witness at the Gran Parque Natural de Montemar. At the Playa Giron, explore the site of the 1961 Bay of Pigs Invasion and learn about its history in the Museo Giron.

What to See in Cuba

Che Guevara Mausoleum

Located in Santa Clara, this marble mausoleum honors one of history's most controversial figures. Here, you'll find his final resting place, a large bronze statue of his likeness, as well as an exhibit featuring his personal items, photos, and other historical documents. It's located on the site of the last guerilla led by Guevara too, so you'll feel a part of history as you visit.

Castillo de San Pedro

Located some six miles southwest of Santiago, Cuba, Castillo del Morro is a well-preserved 17th century Spanish Fortress. Originally constructed to defend against pirates, it was then used as a prison before finally being used as a fortress. You can explore the fort during your visit and learn about its history in a small museum. Plus, it holds dazzling views of the Bay of Santiago.

Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes

If you're looking for a break from beaches and the outdoors, look no further than the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, located in northern Havana. Founded in 1913, the two campuses of the museum contain Cuban art from ancient to colonial to contemporary times. Paintings and statues, sculptures and vases, the museum also contains art by international artists. Art lovers, this one's for you.

Where to Stay in Cuba

Old Havana

With its vintage cars, vibrant colonial houses, and cobblestone streets, Old Havana is Cuba at its finest. Here, you'll find a host of historical and cultural sites, including fortresses, plazas, theaters, and cathedrals. With Spanish, Irish, Caribbean, and Canadian influences, Old Havana holds a charm that's uniquely its own. You can stay in Havana proper, but make sure to visit this cultural center.

Varadero

With over a million tourists each year, Varadero is one of Cuba's most popular destinations. Located on the Peninsula de Hicacos along Cuba’s northern shore, Varadero is the home of the world-famous Varadero Beach. Enjoy golf at the Varadero Golf Club, then dine on French cuisine at the Mansión Xanadú. There's a unique street market too, offering all kinds of local wares.

Trinidad

Established in the 1500s, Trinidad, like Old Havana, seems lost in time. With colorful colonial-era houses, pastel buildings, and cobblestone streets, Trinidad is a sight in and of itself. Nature enthusiasts will enjoy beaches, waterfalls, and forests located close to the city, and for those looking for a temperate vacation, Trinidad tends to be cooler than other Cuban cities.

Varadero Beach

The jewel of Varadero is Varadero Beach, a 20-kilometer stretch of white sand, azure waters, and all-inclusive resorts. Also known as the Playa Azul (or, Blue Beach), the waves here are made blissfully warm by the Gulf Stream. Sit beneath one of the palapas with a mojito and enjoy the relaxing vibes. There are also fun activities like snorkeling and swimming to be enjoyed.

Cayo Coco

Another of Cuba's idyllic beach locations—this one more isolated—Cayo Coco is named after the white ibis bird that's found here, and it's a tropical paradise that will whisk you away from your daily worries. The coral reefs that line the beach are perfect for snorkeling, and they also keep the waters calm and warm. Keep an eye out for animals too, like tropical fish and turtles.

Peninsula de Zapata

The Peninsula de Zapata is one of the largest wetlands of the Caribbean. Containing swampland and forest, it is home to crocodiles and over 150 species of birds you can witness at the Gran Parque Natural de Montemar. At the Playa Giron, explore the site of the 1961 Bay of Pigs Invasion and learn about its history in the Museo Giron.

Che Guevara Mausoleum

Located in Santa Clara, this marble mausoleum honors one of history's most controversial figures. Here, you'll find his final resting place, a large bronze statue of his likeness, as well as an exhibit featuring his personal items, photos, and other historical documents. It's located on the site of the last guerilla led by Guevara too, so you'll feel a part of history as you visit.

Castillo de San Pedro

Located some six miles southwest of Santiago, Cuba, Castillo del Morro is a well-preserved 17th century Spanish Fortress. Originally constructed to defend against pirates, it was then used as a prison before finally being used as a fortress. You can explore the fort during your visit and learn about its history in a small museum. Plus, it holds dazzling views of the Bay of Santiago.

Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes

If you're looking for a break from beaches and the outdoors, look no further than the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, located in northern Havana. Founded in 1913, the two campuses of the museum contain Cuban art from ancient to colonial to contemporary times. Paintings and statues, sculptures and vases, the museum also contains art by international artists. Art lovers, this one's for you.

Old Havana

With its vintage cars, vibrant colonial houses, and cobblestone streets, Old Havana is Cuba at its finest. Here, you'll find a host of historical and cultural sites, including fortresses, plazas, theaters, and cathedrals. With Spanish, Irish, Caribbean, and Canadian influences, Old Havana holds a charm that's uniquely its own. You can stay in Havana proper, but make sure to visit this cultural center.

Varadero

With over a million tourists each year, Varadero is one of Cuba's most popular destinations. Located on the Peninsula de Hicacos along Cuba’s northern shore, Varadero is the home of the world-famous Varadero Beach. Enjoy golf at the Varadero Golf Club, then dine on French cuisine at the Mansión Xanadú. There's a unique street market too, offering all kinds of local wares.

Trinidad

Established in the 1500s, Trinidad, like Old Havana, seems lost in time. With colorful colonial-era houses, pastel buildings, and cobblestone streets, Trinidad is a sight in and of itself. Nature enthusiasts will enjoy beaches, waterfalls, and forests located close to the city, and for those looking for a temperate vacation, Trinidad tends to be cooler than other Cuban cities.

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