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- SIM cards are available tourists in Cuba, though frankly speaking Cuban cell service is expensive. When making international calls from Cuba you'll have to pay $1 per minute…
This is a complete guide to everything you need to know about currency exchange in Cuba.
- The best place to exchange currency in Cuba is at CADECAs (…
- Short distance bus travel is relatively easy as there are very many local buses connecting to different nearby towns all across Cuba.
- For long-distance travel, Viazul and Astro…
- The best way to move from Havana to Cienfuegos is by taking Viazul buses, there are two buses that run from Havana to Cienfuegos daily at 7.00 am…
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You cannot use U.S. Credit or ATM cards in Cuba. You can change USD at the airport Cambio, at the Bank, or at Cambios in the city…Show more
- Though the train is generally a good way to explore Cuba, the perks that are associated with it are also very many.
- Delays. And not just by…
- The number of days you are allowed to stay in Cuba as well as your visa extension period depends on your nationality.
- Canadians are usually given a 90…
- For most people, their choice of when to visit Cuba mainly depends on weather and prices.
- Dry months run from November to April while the wet…