Cuba: A Hidden World Opens For Tourism

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Guess what island paradise just opened up to tourism? Cuba, Si! Now new generations of travelers get to find out just why Cuba was such a big deal for decades before Cold War politics closed it down. It’s a land of sunshine, beaches, culture. And (hopefully) all of it on a budget…

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National Museum of Fine Arts (Havana)

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Fabrica de Arte Cubano FAC (Havana)

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Trinidad de Cuba (Sancti Spiritus)

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El Nicho Waterfalls (Cienfuegos)

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Plaza de Armas (Havana)

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El Malecon (Havana)

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Cayo Guillermo

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El Morro (Havana)

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Fusterlandia (Havana)

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San Francisco de Asis Square (Havana)

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Cayo Blanco (Matanzas)

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Plaza Mayor (Trinidad)

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Plaza de la Catedral (Havana)

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Pilar Beach (Playa Pilar)

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Sirena Beach (Cayo Largo)

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Old Havana (Havana)

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Valle de Vinales (Vinales)

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Varadero Beach (Varadero)

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Playa Paraiso (Cayo Largo)

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