Mojitos and margaritas, salsa and rumba, tamales and cigars… Cuba is a heaving hub of culture. Ernest Hemingway chose to stay here even when the relationship between Cuba and the US was deteriorating, and it’s not hard to see why. Begin your Cuba City breaks in Havana. With its pastel-coloured streets and endless energy, is a capital city like no other. Walk through its old town - Habana Vieja - to take in the traditional Cuban architecture,
before visiting El Capitolio and the Museum of the Revolution. But outside is like a moving museum in itself: see the shining 1950s cars rolling along the Malecon, a 5-mile long road running along the coastline; and use your senses to experience the culture, smelling the freshly rolled tobacco leaves and tasting a sizzling pot of rice and beans. And, if you need a break from the city’s buzz, nature is never too far away – see the mogote hills in the Vinales Valley, or simply lay out on one of Cuba’s palm-fringed beaches.
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