Sugar-white beaches line this charming Caribbean island nation, famous for its cigars and dotted with tobacco fields. It’s also a country steeped in history and rich in cultural heritage with lots to do and see.
In Cuba’s capital city of Havana, pastel coloured houses form the backdrop to 1950s-era cars, as Salsa music fills the air. Don’t miss the famed Tropicana, or the jaw-dropping 16th-century Spanish colonial architecture in Old Havana,
Trinidad is a miraculously preserved Spanish colonial settlement and UNESCO World Heritage Site, filled with colonial-style mansions, Italian frescoes, and French chandeliers. Travel 12km south and hit the platinum-blond Playa Ancón – the south coast's best beach.
Everyone loves the popular beach resort town of Varadero, on Cuba’s narrow Hicacos Peninsula, featuring all-inclusive hotels, fantastic golfing, parks, gardens, river cruises through mangrove thickets and more.