Interesting facts about Cuba. Cuba is one of the most interesting countries in the World with decades of history, turmoil, change and perseverance. The US Embargo alone is enough to pique the interest of even the most laid back traveler. We recently traveled to Cuba under the new General License relaxation and couldn’t help but accrue some interesting facts about Cuba. Click to read the full travel blog post at http://www.divergenttravelers.com/interesting-facts-about-cuba/

33 Interesting Facts About Cuba

Interesting facts about Cuba. Cuba is one of the most interesting countries in the World with decades of history, turmoil, change and perseverance. The US Embargo alone is enough to pique the interest of even the most laid back traveler. We recently traveled to Cuba under the new General License relaxation and couldn’t help but accrue some interesting facts about Cuba. Click to read the full travel blog post at http://www.divergenttravelers.com/interesting-facts-about-cuba/

Museum of the Revolution - Havana, Cuba | Incredible Pictures  Must be lots to do in Cuba. What would you recommend for a 1st-time visitor to the country? http://www.besteno.com/questions/where-is-the-best-place-to-go-sight-seeing-in-cuba

Museum of the Revolution - Havana, Cuba | Incredible Pictures Must be lots to do in Cuba. What would you recommend for a 1st-time visitor to the country? http://www.besteno.com/questions/where-is-the-best-place-to-go-sight-seeing-in-cuba

Despite what you might think, studies show millennials are less concerned with having an Internet connection and more interested in getting off the grid to unconventional destinations....

These Travel Trends Will Be Huge in 2016

Despite what you might think, studies show millennials are less concerned with having an Internet connection and more interested in getting off the grid to unconventional destinations....

The perfect travel guide to Cuba for the perfect visit to this Caribbean island. Great suggestions on beaches, architecture, and Hemingway's old haunts and watering holes! What are you waiting for? Plan to travel to Cuba now!

The perfect travel guide to Cuba for the perfect visit to this Caribbean island. Great suggestions on beaches, architecture, and Hemingway's old haunts and watering holes! What are you waiting for? Plan to travel to Cuba now!

The Most Colorful Places in the World, Havana, Cuba - Mix of 16th and 17th Century Style Buildings

The 15 Most Colorful Places in the World

The Most Colorful Places in the World, Havana, Cuba - Mix of 16th and 17th Century Style Buildings

Travel to Cuba on a budget of only $50 a day. You can explore Havana, Varadero, Viñales, Trinidad, and more. Enjoy a vacation full of history, culture, food, fashion, people, and of course the beautiful beaches.

Travel to Cuba on a budget of only $50 a day. You can explore Havana, Varadero, Viñales, Trinidad, and more. Enjoy a vacation full of history, culture, food, fashion, people, and of course the beautiful beaches.

Street scene in Havana. Photo courtesy of marcauxvisual on Instagram.

Travel to Cuba: What You Need to Know

Street scene in Havana. Photo courtesy of marcauxvisual on Instagram.

Visit Cuba for incredible architecture, history, and beaches. What to do, and places to go in Havana. From Hemingway's Haunts to Old Havana.

Visit Cuba for incredible architecture, history, and beaches. What to do, and places to go in Havana. From Hemingway's Haunts to Old Havana.

Cuba...    Paper birds festoon a street during the Santiago de Cuba carnaval, in Cuba, the largest island in the West Indies. “Cuba’s allure lies not just in beautiful vistas and beaches, or its colonial history, or even in the spectacle of its entrapment in the past,” writes Jon Bowermaster. “Its real enchantment is in its optimistic people who carry on, and even celebrate life, in the midst of what appears to many as a failed political and economic experiment.”

Cuba... Paper birds festoon a street during the Santiago de Cuba carnaval, in Cuba, the largest island in the West Indies. “Cuba’s allure lies not just in beautiful vistas and beaches, or its colonial history, or even in the spectacle of its entrapment in the past,” writes Jon Bowermaster. “Its real enchantment is in its optimistic people who carry on, and even celebrate life, in the midst of what appears to many as a failed political and economic experiment.”

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