An enchanting and cultural island stuck in time, Cuba is the largest of the Caribbean islands with a tropical year-round climate! From the unspoiled mountain landscapes to the picturesque Caribbean coastline - Cuba is a melting pot for natural beauty, colorful architecture, historic revolutions, and welcoming locals! Get set to coast through Havana in an old school convertible, discover the famed tobacco fields of Viñales valley and explore pristine coastline covered in white-sandy beaches. Stay in the comfort of 5 & 4-star accommodation and travel with local guides for a true taste of Central America. Go beyond the well-worn path in Cuba with Travel Talk Tours.
Havana is Cuba’s capital city. Spanish colonial architecture in its 16th-century Old Havana core includes the Castillo de la Real Fuerza, a fort and maritime museum. The National Capitol Building is an iconic 1920s landmark.
Viñales is a town in western Cuba. Its main street is lined with colorful colonial-era wooden houses, including the Municipal Museum, which explores the region’s history.
Cienfuegos is a city on Bahía de Cienfuegos, a bay on Cuba’s south coast. It's known for its colonial-era buildings. On the central square, called Parque José Martí, Tomás Terry Theater has gold-leaf mosaics and ceiling frescoes.
Trinidad is a town in central Cuba, known for its colonial old town and cobblestone streets. Its neo-baroque main square, Plaza Mayor, is surrounded by grand colonial buildings.
Santa Clara is the capital of the central Cuban province of Villa Clara. It’s chiefly known for its revolutionary landmarks. In the city's west, the Che Guevara Mausoleum is the resting place of Che Guevara and other fighters.
Varadero, covering Cuba’s narrow Hicacos Peninsula, is a popular beach resort town. Along its 20km of Atlantic Ocean coastline
Remedios, also known as San Juan de los Remedios, is a city and municipality located 3 miles from the northern coast of Cuba, in the center of the island.
Cayo Santa María is a small island off Cuba’s northern coast. It's known for its beaches and water sports.
Camagüey is a city and municipality in central Cuba and is the nation's third-largest city with more than 321,000 inhabitants.
Bayamo is the capital city of the Granma Province of Cuba and one of the largest cities in the Oriente region.
Sierra Maestra is a mountain range that runs westward across the south of the old Oriente Province in southeast Cuba, rising abruptly from the coast.
The small town of Santo Domingo lies amidst the forested Sierra Maestra in eastern Cuba. The setting – with tall mountains, lush forests, and clear streams – is lovely, and the area is home to Fidel’s rebel headquarters at La Comandancia de la Plata.
Santiago de Cuba is the capital of Cuba's southeastern Santiago de Cuba Province, facing a bay off the Caribbean Sea. Founded by the Spanish in 1515, it's known for colonial architecture and revolutionary history.
Santa Lucía Beach is located on the northern coast of Camagüey Province. It’s an intimate beach destination. This wonderful spot has 21 km of wide, white and golden sandy beaches bathed by warm turquoise water. From here you can literally swim to one of the world’s largest barrier reefs.