Cuba is a fascinating time capsule that is just starting to be unearthed. Its faded facades and classic cars have an iconic appeal, though modern influences are starting to make themselves felt as the country opens up to private businesses and overseas visitors. As the country is still running to catch up with over 60 years of development, you can’t expect a typical holiday experience here.

    While the island’s cities and culture may have been locked in time during the late 1950s, Cuba’s scenery is still distinctively Caribbean. Expect all the usual hallmarks of an idyllic tropical island, including jungle-covered hills, white-sand beaches and azure seas.

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    • 10 Best Things to Do in Cuba

      Cuba is a country of undeniable enchantment with its butter-soft balmy beaches, lush green countryside, and colourful colonial cities, which crawl with 1950s Cadillacs and overflow with the scent of rum and cigar smoke. Among the best things to do in Cuba, heady Havana continues to seduce people with its contradictory but beautiful spirit and exhilarating salsa scene. On...

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