Lost in Cuba, the colored jewel in the Caribbean

Ancient, magnificent, simple but attractive, Cuba is a country of color with a harmonious combination of natural and artificial beauty, classic and modern.

Havana old town
Havana old town: Possessing architectural "gems" spanning 5 centuries, the ancient city of Havana Vieja captivates visitors by leading beautiful urban buildings in the Americas. Strolling on cobbled streets, admire the colorful row of houses, stretching in the unique Baroque style and neoclassical, visitors easily imagine life in Cuba 200 years ago. Photo: Julian Peters.
Varadero
Varadero: Varadero, one of the most beautiful beaches in the Caribbean, is a popular tourist resort in Cuba. Here, about 50 large and small hotels with comfortable, modern services, spread along green palm trees. The clear blue sea and the waves rushing gently into the white sandy beach have created romantic and poetic scenery, attracting tourists from all over the world. Here, you can participate in many interesting activities such as diving, sea fishing, golfing, parachuting ... Photo: Kamira.
Trinidad
Trinidad: The journey of exploring Trinidad is like an adventure back in time. Tourists will think of returning to Cuba in the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries. The town buildings are restored with vibrant colors. The cobblestone streets in the city center are designed in the prevailing architecture of the last century, the period that Trinidad developed the sugar trade and prosperous slaves. Photo: Anna Jedynak.
Guardalavaca
Guardalavaca: Surrounded by sparkling beaches, far from the city center than Varadero, Guardalavaca, Holguin province, possessing quiet, still space. This destination is where visitors swim, sunbathe and relax, avoid noise and bustle. For scuba diving enthusiasts, Guardalavaca is also an ideal place to admire beautiful corals and explore a diverse range of marine life. Photo: Matyas Rehak.
Cayo Largo del Sur
Cayo Largo del Sur: Cayo Largo del Sur Island is an attractive destination to search for relaxing moments in the sun. It is famous for its luxurious and modern hotel and resort chain. Located on Cayo Largo del Sur, Playa Paraiso is one of the beaches worth visiting in Cuba. Blue, clear sea water embraces the smooth white sand, creating a pristine beauty and charm. Photo: Oksana Shpakova.
Vinales National Park
Vinales National Park: Vinales National Park is located in the Sierra de los Organos, just north of Pinar del Rio, a place recognized by UNESCO as a World Natural Heritage. The steep limestone hills cut through the valleys, creating an impressive landscape. For outdoor enthusiasts, in addition to a scenic walk, the park also offers horse riding. Sitting on a saddle, visiting scenic mountains, wandering on green hills is also a memorable experience. Photo: hybbGO.
National Museum of Fine Arts
National Museum of Fine Arts: If you are an art lover, you should not miss the Havana National Museum of Fine Arts, which has an impressive collection of Cuban and international artworks. Pressed by lavish marble of Italy, the museum built in the style of Spanish Renaissance. This attraction impresses with 2 buildings dedicated to Cuban art and the rest displays world works. Photos: Pinterest.
Zapata Peninsula
Zapata Peninsula: A paradise for nature lovers, the Zapata peninsula is located in a remote, sparsely populated land. However, it has a diverse landscape, thought to be one of the largest wetlands in the Caribbean. Zapata swamp is the UNESCO biosphere reserve. About 150 different species of birds live here, standing out like waterfowl, parrots, herons ... In addition, alligators also inhabit a lot under the lagoon. Photo: Ygon1970.

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