Ever wondered how Cuban cigars are made? Want to know what’s Guarapo? Is there really music everywhere in Havana? Join me on my tour
A visit to the Cementerio Santa Ifigenia at Santiago de Cuba will change your perspective on death and cemeteries. Graveyards are often grey, sad
Trinidad, a former Spanish colonial settlement is the ideal day trip destination to take beautiful colorful photos when traveling Cuba. It’s perfectly preserved because it’s
When I think of Cuba, vintage colorful cars start to run through my mind. I spotted so many during my road trip around this
Due to its geographical isolation, Baracoa is one of the few places in Cuba that isn’t affected by massive tourism yet. This colonial town can only be reached from Santiago de Cuba via the road that leads you through the mountains and the tropical vegetation with dangerous sharp bends and ups and downs. On your way you pass road signs stating how many people died in accidents at that specific spot (which isn’t very comforting).
Havana is Cuba’s lovely capital that takes you back in time as soon as you arrive. For over 55 years Havana has been frozen