19 Amazing Things You Probably Didn't Know You Could Do In Cuba
Now that the US and Cuba are normalizing relations, it's time to take a vacation!
El Capitolio (National Capitol Building) in Havana is a work of architectural beauty.
Da Vinci's Camera Obscura: In Havana's Old City you can see the historical predecessor of the modern camera.
In the Partagas Cigar Factory you can take a tour that will send you back to the 1930s.
The Bay of Pigs Museum in Playa Girón where you can learn all about the American invasion.
The Castillo de la Real Fuerza is the oldest stone fort in the Americas.
Baracoa is the oldest Spanish settlement in Cuba and a perfect spot for history lovers.
There are dozens of scuba diving spots all over Cuba where you can see the area's gorgeous sea-life.
Hemingway frequented a restaurant named El Floridita in Havana and now you can too!
For some historical context on modern Cuba, visit the Museo de la Revolución in old Havana.
For an amazing collection of antiques and fine art, check out the Museo Emilio Bacardí in Santiago de Cuba.
Havana's oldest square, Plaza de Armas, was laid out in the 1520s and has been blossoming ever since.
Malecón, an 8 km long seaside drive in Havana, is the perfect way to experience an authentic Cuban neighborhood.
The Teatro La Caridad in Santa Clara is one of the few theaters left from the days of colonial Cuba.
Trinidad is a beautiful old town in central Cuba and a UNESCO World Heritage site since 1988.
The Plaza Mayor is the historic center of Trinidad, with amazing buildings such as the Church of the Holy Trinity.
The El Nicho Waterfalls in Cienfuegos are beautiful natural sites.
Plaza de la Catedral is one of the five main squares in Old Havana, and is the site of the Cathedral of Havana.
The Che Guevara Mausoleum in Santa Clara is a cool monument and resting place for the remains of Ernesto "Che" Guevara.
Bahia de Naranjo Nature Park is a great spot for hiking in natural and man-made beauty. There are also dolphins that you can swim with!