Thursday, 5 March 2015

7 Glittering Cuban Destinations Unveiled For Travelers


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This enticing 8 km- long drive is sure to give you tranquility. It has long been a meeting place for lovers, philosophers and poets. Malecon is at its best when the sun is dipping into the waters which encompasses the whole area into various shades of orange.

Museo Historico Municipal

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It was a chateau which was owned by the Borrell family from 1827 to 1830. Later the building went to a German grower named Kanter, or Cantero's, it is still referred to as Casa Cantero.
It is believed Cantero fraudulently acquired sugar estates by poisoning an old slave trader and married his widow who also died an unnatural death. Cantero’s jcursed wealth is displayed in neo-classical decorations in the mansion.

Valle de Vinales

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Adorned by ascending pine trees and scattered with bulbous limestone bluffs that waver like goliath piles above tranquil tobacco plantations, Parque Nacional Viñales is one of Cuba's most spectacular natural setups. Wedged fabulously into the Sierra de los Órganos mountains, this 11km-by-5km valley was pronounced an Unesco World Heritage Site in 1999.

Alejandro Robaina Tobacco Plantation

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The popular Robaina fields in Vulta Abajo region have been growing quality tobacco since 1845. It was in the year 1977 that a new brand of Cigars vegas Robaina was introduced and the tobacco plantation was renaissance.

Downtown Havana

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For simplification, downtown Havana can be parted into three fundamental areas: Habana Vieja, Centro Habana and Vedado, which between them contain the heft of the tourists’ spots. Middle placed Habana Vieja is the city's environmental magnum opus; highly populated Centro Habana, to the west, gives an telescopic  view of Cuba; and the more glorious spread-out Vedado is the once-infamous Mafia-run region loaded with inns, restaurants and a throbbing nightlife.


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If Cuba has a Paris, this is most definitely it.
Orchestrated around the nation's most terrific natural bay, Cienfuegos is a nautical city with an advantageous waterside setting. Established in 1819, its one of Cuba's freshest settlements, also one of its most architecturally homogeneous, a component that earned it a Unesco World Heritage Site posting in 2005.

Playa Ancon

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Playa Ancon, a beautiful strip of white shoreline on Sancti Spíritus' radiant Caribbean shoreline, is generally touted – with full marks – to be the finest curve of sand on Cuba's south.
Cayo Blanco International Dive Center is also a major attraction in the area.

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