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How to celebrate New Year’s Eve in Cuba?

Alejandro SanfielBy Alejandro Sanfiel, Cuban Travel Specialist, on October 22, 2018

How to celebrate New Year’s Eve in Cuba?

  On December 31, Cuba welcomes everyone to celebrate New Year´s Eve and the triumph of the Cuban Revolution so you´d probably hear the National Anthem once the clock reaches midnight. If you are coming to the island and you, don´t certainly know what to do here´re some guidance tips you may find …

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WHAT CUBAN PHRASES I SHOULD KNOW BEFORE VISITING? Part 2

Alejandro SanfielBy Alejandro Sanfiel, Cuban Travel Specialist, on August 29, 2018

WHAT CUBAN PHRASES I SHOULD KNOW BEFORE VISITING? Part 2

I guess you´ve been waiting for more of “Asere que bola” and here in Knowing Cuba we love to satisfy customers. Last time we learned that not having the oven for pastries actually meant we are not in the mood but we are so in the mood to this, so here we go, ten new phrases to help you …

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What Cuban phrases I should know before visiting?

Alejandro SanfielBy Alejandro Sanfiel, Cuban Travel Specialist, on February 8, 2018

What Cuban phrases I should know before visiting?

Even Spanish speakers have a hard time understanding “Cuban.” That’s because we have a talent for making up idioms that reflect our sense of humor. If you’re traveling to Cuba soon, pay attention to this list of words so you don’t feel lost: 1. When you’re having a conversation, or in a math …

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HOW DO I GET A CUBAN TOURIST VISA?

Alejandro SanfielBy Alejandro Sanfiel, Cuban Travel Specialist, on November 20, 2017

HOW DO I GET A CUBAN TOURIST VISA?

1-Who needs a visa? Everyone travelling to Cuba needs a tourist visa. American Citizens are not allowed to travel as tourists and must only travel under one of the 12 categories of authorized travel by the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC). If you’re an …

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