Cuba is a influential mix of invigorating styles and sights that team up to create one of the most thrilling holiday destinations in all of the Caribbean. Just picture theatrical mountains that stretch into perfect blue skies, over 2580 unblemished beaches, a captivating Afro-Cuban culture, sensual Latin rhythms, plus dreamy architecture and you will see a country of glowing disparity.
Away from the all inclusive hotels, dining out is restricted., Grilled meats fresh fruit, beans rice and seafood are in ample supply, as is the nearby produced beer and rum.
There is quite a collection of gifts to choose from, including wood-carvings, coins, pottery and of course the cigars that Cuba is well-known for. Please note that old books and painting necessitate authorization for exportation from the Cultural Goods Fund and the protected black coral and turtle shell jewelry is subject to import limitations of the UK.
Cuba is an exciting island to visit, but can be unpredictable sometimes. The electricity supply doesn't always work the way you would be used to, public transport can be undependable and you may find that you won't be able to get every dish on the various menus in Cuba. Although, having said that, these things seem to be insignificance when you take in the atmosphere of your mesmerizing surroundings