Cuba embraces the energy created by the resumption of diplomatic relations between Cuba and the United States, and that's all the better for visitors. Although the political landscape is much calmer these days, its calmness, apart from its idyllic desert island beaches, is not really what Cuba is about. There are fewer tourists than there once were; so, you're left to soak up Cuba and its people... the Cubans have abundant positive energy and unique, effortless elegance with beautiful clothes, stylish wide-brimmed hats, and cigars. Explore Havana, wander the pastel streets of Trinidad, smell the tobacco leaves that dry in the Vinales Valley, dance in Santiago de Cuba, go diving on the island of Cayo Ines de Soto, explore the nature around Baracoa.
.. to the beautiful soundtrack of Cuban music. Explore our Cuba travel guide: for practical and unusual information for planning your trip and building your itinerary.