Cuba Overview and information about Cuba:

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With countless beaches, mountain forests and vibrant cities waiting to be explored, Cuba is much more than a trip to the Caribbean islands.

Warped by his revolution of 50 years, Cuba is a sunny island of contrasts.
Historic cities of Havana and Trinidad have been the subject of careful restoration and conservation and walk around these cities in Cuba is like a trip back in time.
Staying in a private home (a family home, we offer visitors a glimpse of the real life of Cuban citizens, and open regions of the country that were previously inaccessible or out of bounds.

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The island of Cuba has many beaches that are very beautiful and heavenly, and through the island of Cuba, travelers can delve into the music, dancing and cocktails in which Cuba is internationally recognized and so famous.

Geography of Cuba:

Cuba is the largest island in the Caribbean.
Cuba has the same size as England, and Cuba is the westernmost of the group of the Greater Antilles, situated 145 kilometers (90 miles) south of Florida.

A quarter of Cuba is quite mountainous. West of Havana (the capital of Cuba) is the narrow Sierra de los Cuerpos, rising to 750 meters (2461 feet) and contains Guaniguanico Hills in the west.
South of the Sierra there is a narrow strip of 2,320 square kilometers (860 square miles), which grows the best cuban snuff.


The Sierra de Escambray Mountains Guamuhaya located behind the Cuban city of Trinidad, right in the center of the country, raise us to a height of 1140m (3,740 feet).
Rodenas the port of Santiago are the rugged mountains of the Sierra Maestra. A quarter of the island is covered with pine forests and mountain mahogany.

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