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Cuba is located in the northern Caribbean at the confluence of the Caribbean Sea, the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Ocean. Cuba is south of the eastern United States and the Bahamas, west of the Turks and Caicos Islands and Haiti and east of Mexico.

Cuba is the most populous country in the Caribbean. Its culture and customs draw from several sources including the aboriginal Taíno and Ciboney peoples, the period of Spanish colonialism, the introduction of African slaves, and its proximity to the United States.
Entry requirements  
Citizens of most Western countries must have a ten-year passport, valid for at least six months, a tourist card (tarjeta de turista) and an onward ticket. Tourist cards are valid for thirty days and although you can buy one from Cuban consulates you will get more efficient service if you buy it from your tour operator or travel agent.  
Credit Card
Quali carte di credito sono utilizzate all'Avana  
You can Use the VISA or the MASTERCARD. American Express and the Cirrus/Master isn't work.  
Amrican Express don't work
The voltage in Cuba is generally 110 volts, even though in some outlets you may get 220 volts, and they will be signed as such. Please buy an adapter for the western thorns, It's not always present in all the houses.  
The official language is the Spanish
Diffuse also the Italian and the English

The official currency is the Cuban Peso (CUP), divided into 100 centavos (cents).

The Cuban Convertible Peso (CUC) was introduced by the Cuban financial authorities to take out all foreing currencies from circulation.

1 Euro is about 1,35 Peso Convertible

Each travelling passenger is responsible to pay a local departure tax in Cuban Convertible Pesos (CUC). This fee is payable in cash at the airport in destination prior to boarding your flight. The departure tax is 25 Cuban Convertible Pesos (CUC) (subject to change).  
In general, Cuban police lean over backwards not to molest tourists since they are dependent on tourism for income. Personal security on the island is in general quite good. Until recently, crime was little known. That is changing with the continued economic hard times and we have seen a rise in crime in certain areas such as Old Havana (Habana Vieja) and parts of Santiago, where purse snatchings and muggings have been common. Because of this, there is now extra vigilance by the police who have taken to asking for IDs a lot more frequently and crime has gone down. Such ID checks are common in tourist and high visibility areas such as the Malecon along the Havana shore. It is less common in non-tourist areas .

To communicate with Cuba you can cab use your mobile phone to send and to receive your sms. We advise you not to call directly,It’s’ too expensive.


Rice or rice and beans accompany the main meat dish, a green salad and fried banana chips together with the Cuban delicacies like Yuca con Mojo; boiled cassava root soaked in hot garlic oil and Tamal; ground maize sometimes with pork meat boiled in a packet made from the leaf. Cerdo Asado; roasted pork, especially spit roasted is famous in the countryside. Congris; rice cooked with black beans and seasoning Tostones; platano (banana) in chips, must be served hot! And for dessert do not forget the delicious Helado (Ice cream) or Mermelada con Queso; guava marmalade with cheese, discover these delicious combinations of flavors!


Don’t drink the running water and verify that the bottles you buy  are locked.


Cuba has a very high standard of healthcare and doctors and medical facilities are within easy access if they are required during your holiday. This is a secured country in terms of health safety.

Currently, there are no essential inoculations or vaccinations needed before you travel to Cuba .If you are in doubt, please check with your own doctor before booking.

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Cuban cuisine is a result of the Spanish and African influences on the country throughout its history. It is mainly based around pork, rice, legumes, vegetables and fruit and, thanks to the wealth of its coastline, fish and shellfish are never far from the table.Some of the most popular culinary specialties are "Moors and Christians" (Moros y Cristianos), a mixture of white rice and black beans, roast pork; "Ropa Vieja" (literally old clothes, actually shredded beef), yucca, "Vianda frita" (fried marinated beef) and lobster enchilada.Two outstanding drink options are the Mojito and the Daiquiri, cocktails based on Cuban rum, the national drink of Cuba.