Cuba, the largest island in the Caribbean, is the precious jewel of the Mexican Gulf and the Atlantic Ocean. The images are so diverse and clashing, from the colonial architecture, the American cars of the 1950s, the stunning beaches to the coral islands and the nostalgic lifestyle mentioned in the works of Ernest Hemingway. The civilization is a unique mix of Hispanic settlers with locals and the result is still unspoiled to this day.
Cuba is the birthplace of the revolutionaries Che Guevara and Fidel Castro. In the capital Havana you will wander in the historic part of the city, where you will take part in the habits and rhythm of the inhabitants by dancing salsa, smoking cigars and drinking rum. The second largest city, Santiago de Cuba, impresses with its pastel-colored houses and large churches and statues of heroes of the revolution. The cosmopolitan Varadero is waiting for you to enjoy some of the best beaches in the world. Finally, the Vinales Valley, an UNESCO landmark, full of lush vegetation, through which emerge scattered huge rocks hundreds of meters high. A trip to Cuba is like diving into a postcard and everything there must include passion.