Cuba’s colonial past is palpable in colorful Old Havana, where the dilapidated yet magical states of the buildings reflect the country’s storied past. The capital of Cuba and UNESCO World Heritage Site is home to classic cars from yesteryear, but it’s best explored by foot. Plan to visit the big-ticket attractions, but allow time to wander at whim through the nearly 100 blocks of cobbled streets.
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Current U.S. policy allows travel to Cuba under certain categories, including “humanitarian projects,” “support for the Cuban people” and “people-to-people” travel. Now, here’s how to actually do it.
Thinking about going to Cuba for the first time? No idea what to expect? Find out everything you need to know about Cuba travel.
With the recent changes to the Cuba regulations policy, travel to Cuba is now a lot easier—and less expensive.