Cuba

Better Homes and Gardens (Australia) - - Leisurely Luxury -

Iso­lated from the rest of the world since the Cold War, Cuba has opened up to all vari­a­tions of cruis­ing, from high-end to bud­get­friendly. Don’t miss it! The lively cap­i­tal, Ha­vana, cel­e­brates its 500th an­niver­sary in 2019. So be sure to choose a ship that docks overnight in the city in or­der to sam­ple the mu­sic and danc­ing, as well as his­tory and art de­lights. Don’t miss Old Ha­vana and its For­ti­fi­ca­tion Sys­tem, a UNESCO World Her­itage Site. Be­yond Ha­vana, the ex­cite­ment goes on as the in­trigu­ing is­land of­fers many other his­toric, cul­tural and nat­u­ral at­trac­tions in An­tilla, Cien­fue­gos and San­ti­ago de Cuba, as well as div­ing and snorkelling at Punta Francés, Isla de Ju­ven­tud. Lux­ury line Se­abourn is the lat­est brand ap­proved to sail, fol­low­ing Royal Caribbean, Aza­mara Club Cruises, Vik­ing Ocean Cruises, Po­nant, Car­ni­val, Hol­land Amer­ica Line, Nor­we­gian Cruise Line, MSC Cruises, Ocea­nia Cruises Tauck, Re­gent Seven Seas, and ex­pe­di­tion spe­cial­ists G Ad­ven­tures. Take a tour in an Amer­i­can vin­tage car – noth­ing bet­ter – and you’ll fit right in.

There’s more colour and move­ment here than you’ll find in most other places in the world! Trav­ellers to Ha­vana say you can hear mu­sic wher­ever you go. You can feel your­self danc­ing al­ready!

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