ravel to Cuba can be the experience of a lifetime! If
you are interested in visiting, you should take a look
at what others have to say about their trips. Not everyone
is allowed to travel to Cuba. Some Americans must face
U.S. Government travel restrictions but citizens from
other countries can travel freely. Cuba has a culture
all its own. Travelers will find unique food and many
options for nightly entertainment.
In Cuba you will find the best
cigars of the world and the most beautiful beaches. a lot
of reserves of the biosphere makes Cuba also a very nice destination
for the people that are looking for natural environment in
the travel Cuba and the people is exceptional, friendly and
peaceful making Cuba one of the most save destination in the
world How to get around Cuba?? Regular scheduled and charter flights
run by the national airline companies reach the far-flung
corners of the Cuba archipelago where 20 airports are in operation.
The size of the country and its extensive road network enables
visitors to travel by car, bus or taxi to any province on
the Autopista Nacional (national motorway), the Carretera
Central (central highway) or along other communication routes.
As for transport by rail, Ferrocarriles de Cuba, the first
company of its kind in Latin America and the sixth in the
world, links all of the provinces to the capital.
By bus Viazul connecting all major cities. By car, the majority
of travel agencies offer flexy fly and drive packages, with
a vehicle and even in some cases a cell phone included. It
is also possible to travel the country in campers, or join
up with cycle tours to get around.
These services are guaranteed by the company ASISTUR, which
is represented in all of the main tourist resorts in the country
and has an Emergency Center that operates the whole year round
tel: (53-7) 88-35 Havana.
How to pay:
In cash convertible pesos, or using a credit card (non american
issued cards), or others issued in the country (BFI and RED
cards), as well as travelers´ cheques and vouchers.