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Cheap first class tickets to Cuba: Havana, Sancti Spiritus and other

Cuba, officially the Republic of Cuba, is a country comprising the island of Cuba as well as Isla de la Juventud and several minor archipelagos. Cuba is located in the northern Caribbean where the Caribbean Sea, Gulf of Mexico and Atlantic Ocean meet. It is east of the Yucatán Peninsula, south of both the U.S. state of Florida and the Bahamas, west of Haiti and north of both Jamaica and the Cayman Islands.

What should I know before going to Cuba?

A flight to Cuba takes you to the heart of the Caribbean, on an island that is still enigmatic, imbued with a history and a folklore that is very unique to it. Long isolated, the island of Cuba has only been able to preserve itself and today exudes its lively authenticity to visitors. Havana, its capital, rhymes with salsa and cigar. It is served by one of the three airports on the island, José Martí International Airport (HAV). In Cuba, the language spoken is Spanish, the heritage of conquests, and the currency is the Cuban peso.

Which airlines fly to Cuba?

Lufthansa, KLM , Iberia, Air Canada and Aeromexico offer many direct flights.

What are the main airports in Cuba?

The island of Cuba has 3 main airports. The main airport serves its capital, Havana . It is about fifteen kilometers from the city. Cayo Coco Island is accessible by Jardines del Rey Airport and Santiago de Cuba Airport (SCU) serves the southeast of the island. Other airports serve the center of the island like Cienfuegos.


When to book your flight to Cuba

You will find cheap tickets to Cuba all year round. Tickets are a little more expensive during the high season, from October to May: you will have to make arrangements in advance.


When is the best time to go to Cuba?

You can swim there 12 months / 12 but know that the climate is more favorable outside the months of May to October which represent the rainy season. It is between 28 and 32 degrees all year round on the island, you just have to choose between dry season and wet season.

Is a visa required to travel to Cuba?

It is not exactly a visa you need to go to Cuba but a tourist card. It is compulsory but also paying. You must request it before your departure from the Cuban Consulate. It allows a stay of 30 days on the island.

What to do in Cuba?

It is an escape stay that awaits you in Cuba. The island is not confined to its postcard beaches. The music, and in general, Cuban art as well as the architecture of the cities propels you into another world:

  • La Bodeguita del Medio : follow in the footsteps of great poets and writers like Hemingway in Havana at La Bodeguita del Medio, a bar-restaurant that is one of the most typical of Cuba!
  • The Malecon : the Malecon is a symbol of Havana, it’s a bit like the Champs-Elysées. This 8km long promenade is an illuminated and lively avenue in the evening where you can admire vestiges of the 18th century Spanish conquest such as the watchtower.
  • The Revolution Museum : located in the former presidential palace, it is dedicated to the Revolution led by Fidel Castro and Che Guevara.
  • The Vinales valley : this valley with lush fauna shelters a natural park. It is here that the cultivation of tobacco and sugar cane is practiced. It is a popular spot for hiking and climbing enthusiasts.

Where to spend your vacation in Cuba?

Beach destination on a salsa background, Cuba is ideal for staying near beaches or in cities. There are many accommodations in Havana but also on the coast and in the famous seaside resorts.

  • Beach : cayo coco, cayo largo are all places that can make postcard beach lovers dream. Ready to explore the coral reefs?
  • Honeymoon : enjoy a dream setting that is Cuba to celebrate your nuptials! You can jiggle around for a Latin dance with your husband / wife.
  • Culture : Cuban culture is one of the most surprising in the Caribbean. Tobacco, salsa, sugar cane and a mixture of Hispanic and Aboriginal culture, the island is full of its folklore. Staying in the city will allow you to better understand the chaotic history of this country.

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