See Where To Eat: 3 Plates Of Havana

See Where To Eat: 3 Plates Of Havana

Havana’s restaurant scene moves in three dimensions: style, size and quality – and all are constant in flux, cooking up exciting new alternatives, making Havana’s restaurants a reflection of the broader unleashing of Cuba’s once dormant commercial energies. In Cuba, private restaurants, called paladares (pl) or paladar, are where much of the innovation is happening. … Read more

Culture And Comfort Combine With This Small Ship Cuba Cruise

Culture And Comfort Combine With This Small Ship Cuba Cruise

Since the U.S. eased restrictions for Americans traveling to Cuba, interest in visiting the once forbidden island-nation has skyrocketed. As a result, not only are more major airlines flying to Cuba’s key cities — but more cruise lines are sailing into Cuba’s ports everyday, giving curious travelers direct access to Cuba’s signature music, history, architecture … Read more

Adventure Travel Gains Momentum in Cuba

Adventure Travel Gains Momentum in Cuba

Cuba’s vast coastline (40% longer than Florida’s) and diverse terrestrial features are just now being discovered by adventure travelers. The Adventure Travel Trade Association defines adventure tourism as a trip (travelling outside a person’s normal environment for more than 24 hours and not more  than one consecutive year) that includes at least two of the … Read more

Here’s How To Find a Taxi in Havana

Here’s How To Find a Taxi in Havana

According to Martín Proenza, the founder of the web-based taxi platform, YoTeLlevo, your taxi driver makes the difference in Cuba. With a surge in travelers to Cuba in recent years, it’s become more important to arrange transportation.  But for travelers, getting around Havana’s 281 square miles can be a challenge as public transportation is limited … Read more