Hotels in Cuba
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Cuba has something to offer every discerning traveller
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White-sand beaches, adventurous mountains and buzzing cities, Cuba is a holiday destination of vast possibilities. The largest Caribbean island nation, Cuba stretches from the atmospheric capital city of Havana to the World Heritage Site town of Trinidad with its charming mix of colonial-era buildings to the popular beach resort of Varadero where you can stretch out and soak up the endless sun. Cuba is hugely popular for travellers despite a troubled and varied past that belies the confidence of the locals. A potent mixture of rum, music, sand, romance and all year round sun provides everything you need to have an exceptional holiday on this paradise island.
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Cuba Key Facts
Good to know before you book or fly
The most commonly spoken languages are Spanish, Creole and English.
The popular mojito cocktail was invented in Cuba.
Cuban Convertible Peso
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Frequently Asked Questions
When to go to Cuba?
The great thing about Cuba is that the weather is nice and warm almost all year round, making it the perfect location for some winter sun. The rainy season falls between May and October but that doesn’t have to put you off because the showers don’t last long. Peak holiday season is around March and April.
Where to stay in Cuba?
On a holiday in Cuba’s capital city, there’s something for everyone. <a href='https://www.travelrepublic.co.uk/1-642-1-0/hotels-in-havana' title='Hotels in Havana' target='_blank'>Hotels in Havana</a> are great for visiting Old Havana, a circular area which will take you back to the Spanish colonial era. Fusterlandia is a series of public art pieces celebrating naïve art, created by José Fuster. A 25-minute drive back into town and you’ll be at Fábrica de Arte Cubano, a cultural venue famous for theatre, jazz and DJs.Base your family holiday in Cuba from hotels in Guantánamo Province. Here there’s Zoológico de Piedra, aka Stone Zoo, where you can see lions, elephants and buffalo, albeit carved from stone. Head 35 minutes by car to reach Museo Provincial, an old jail guarded by canons and packed with Aboriginal culture.<a href='https://www.travelrepublic.co.uk/1-723-1-0/hotels-in-santiago-de-cuba' title='Hotels in Santiago de Cuba' target='_blank'>Hotels in Santiago de Cuba</a> are great for sightseeing. Go to Castillo de San Pedro de la Roca, a fortress jutting out from the coast – there are beautiful sunsets here too. A 20-minute drive will bring you to the Diego Velazquez Museum, dedicated to the first Governor of Cuba who founded the first seven villages in the country.Couples spending time in Cuba should go for hotels in Santa Clara. Check out the area’s revolutionary landmarks, like the statue of Che Guevara holding a child, as well as his mausoleum. The town is great for a wander, too, past NaturArte, an art garden, and the Tren Blindado, a memorial to the 1958 Battle of Santa Clara.
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