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Havana is reinventing herself, yet the city is the same as ever: shameless and photogenic, surrealist and revolutionised. Santiago de Cuba, the country's second city, has a Caribbean feel and is home to Cuba's oldest palaces and museums.

Trinidad was once a haven for smugglers who, until the start of the 19th century, brought in slaves and gold from British-controlled Jamaica. Now its attractions include some of Cuba's most beautiful buildings, best beaches.

The Pinar del Rio region at the western end of the island is a hikers, cavers, sCuba divers and cigar smokers dream. It's famous for its limestone mountains, tobacco plantations, cigar factories and caves.

María la Gorda has some of the best diving in the Caribbean and there are underground rivers in the area's many caves. Curiosly, the town of Guama built on a series of islands linked by wooden bridges is a reconstructed Indian village. The original inhabitants were wiped out by the early colonials.


Regions in Cuba

The region is located southeast of the Gulf of Mexico and Northern America, east of Central America, and to the north of South America. Situated larg... READ MORE

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