Havana is in the midst of a culinary renaissance. Traditional dishes like the beef stew ropa vieja and the ground beef dish picadillo still maintain a firm footing, but a wide selection of international cuisines are also beginning to make an appearance in Cuba’s capital.
The first commercial airline flight from the U.S. to Cuba in 50+ years on August 31, 2016 was a history-making moment for JetBlue—and for two of our crewmembers. Follow along as Wanda Garcia and Yara Erosa make an emotional journey from Fort Lauderdale to Santa Clara, Cuba: Ready to set off on your own journey?
Wander Camagüey’s historic district, defined by a maze-like network of streets and alleys that are punctuated by plazas and other colonial marvels. Cuba’s third-largest city earned its spot on UNESCO’s World Heritage Site list with its labyrinthine layout.
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.