If one talks about curious places, there is one in the Cuban capital that grabs the attention of those who visit it, either deliberately or coming across it by chance: the Garden of Endearment or the Museum of Tarecos, as it is known by the local residents.
Old Havana is one of the most visited places by foreign and Cuban tourists for holding so much history that, although well-known to many, most regular visitors are happy to hear tales of previous centuries repeatedly because there may always be some new information.
The Cuban tourism industry advances in the implementation of Tourism + Hygiene and Safety (T + HS) program to preserve the health of workers and clients, informed the sector’s minister, Juan Carlos García Granda.
The Model of Havana is a miniature reproduction of the city and one of the largest of its kind in the world. It has a total area of 144 square meters and consists of 39 boards 2 meters long by 10 meters wide.
After opening this resort on November 2, the Boulevard, with numerous food, commercial and cultural services, is opting to become the most important recreational center of this famous tourist destination.
Located between the mountains of Manicaragua, a municipality in the central province of Villa Clara, Lake Hanabanilla is a mirror of water measuring 14.9 square kilometers and with a depth between 30 and 40 meters.
To its most precious resource, the beach, Varadero has added natural attractions such as caves and escarpments, a string of virgin keys that are easily accessible, the riches of a characteristic natural landscape that is preserved in this portion of the territory, and other cultural, historical and environmental places, closely related to the cities of Matanzas, Cárdenas and the Zapata Peninsula.
The interruption caused by Covid-19 in tourism allowed carrying out a repair and maintenance program at the hotel and non-hotel plant in Sancti Spiritus, central province of the country, sector executives assured on Wednesday.
Cuba has taken the new sanitary measures to face Covid-19 very seriously, according to Patricia Maheux, one of the first Canadian tourists who arrived on the island on September 4 to enjoy her vacations, along with her husband.