Remarkable Cultural Capital
This enchanting and vivacious capital city is a melting pot of cultures and ethnicities. Thanks to its lively atmosphere and unbridled high spirits, Havana unsurprisingly remains a firm favorite among visitors to the island.
Spanish Under the Cuban Sun
With its multicolored colonial architecture and love for salsa dancing, Trinidad is a vibrant town which appeals to all ages. It is the birthplace of the son and the perfect place for salsa enthusiasts. All the Cuban rhythms are in Trinidad.
Cuba is known for its lively spectacular culture, music, art, weathered yet colorful architecture, picturesque beaches, classic cars, intense cigars, delicious cuisine, oak-aged rum, diverse landscapes, and vibrant cities. In Cuba music is everywhere, from the gritty sounds of street musicians to the spectacular sounds of jazz and salsa flowing from the local bars and clubs. Cuba is home to nine UNESCO World Heritage Sites and people travel to this country specifically to see some of these sites, including Old Havana. Visit this historical city and be transported back in time before large, extravagant hotels and tourist-pleasing amenities took over. Take a tour in one of the famous classic 1950s cars. Cubans take pride in preserving these vintage motorized pieces of history and art. Buy a world-famous cigar as a unique gift and sip on a cold, fruity drink made from famous Cuban rum at one of the beautiful rooftop bars. Sit back and relax on one of Cuba’s 300 incredible white sandy beaches with clear blue water. See this old-fashioned charm first hand, all while enjoying the benefits of immersing yourself in the culture and enriching your life by learning Spanish.