• A taste of Havana

    Cuba

    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.

    Read More about A taste of Havana
  • Coming home on JetBlue’s inaugural flight to Cuba

    Crewmembers

    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?

    Read More about Coming home on JetBlue’s inaugural flight to Cuba
  • Past meets present: visit the historic center of Camagüey

    Cuba

    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.

    Read More about Past meets present: visit the historic center of Camagüey
  • How to plan a humanitarian trip to Cuba

    Cuba

    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.

    Read More about How to plan a humanitarian trip to Cuba