Areas of Cuba

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Cuba is the Caribbean’s largest island.  Well, actually, it’s a group of islands. Stunning beaches edge the 3,000 plus kilometers of coastline, where colorful fish swim along vibrant coral reefs in the sparkling, clear turquoise sea. It’s accommodated politicians, inspired writers, and provided sanctuary to radicals.  It’s famous for food, music, dance, and sport. 

Qué Bolaa Cuba Travel

Que Bolaa Cuba Travel is a private agency that offers unique travel experiences.  It intends to show you Cuba in new and different way.  It offers several Cuba Roundtrips, <a href=”https://www.quebolaacuba.com/index.php?language=en
” title=”Private Roundtrips Cuba”><b>Cuba Roundtrips & Tours</b>, and excursions, as well asprivate roundtrips.  Here are some of the island areas that are included on those trips.

Old Havana

Old Havana is UNESCO World Heritage site and a well maintained section of Cuban history.  You can stroll the cobbled stone streets and marvel at the Baroque and Neoclassical buildings.  Then, you can visit the Old Town and Plaza Vieja.  Main attractions include:

•    Plaza de la Catedral – home to the Cuban Baroque Catedral de San Cristobal
•    Bodeguita del Medio – famous Hemingway hangout
•    Castillo de la Real Fuerza – military fortress
•    Casa del Conde Jaruco (beautiful stained glass windows)

Varadero

Varadero is one of Cuba’s most famous beaches.  The stunning white-sand beaches lurevacationers from around the world. There’s the Parque Natural Punta Hicacos, a nature reserve.  There’s also:

•    Parque Josone – where there’s a lush flower garden, a restaurant, swimming pool, and a small lake where visitors can rent rowboats.
•    Varadero, Cayo Piedra Underwater Park – a popular diving and snorkeling area with underwater shipwrecks and vibrant fish.  There’s also deep-sea fishing, golf, skydiving, and other cultural attractions.
•    Cueva de Ambrosio and Cueva de Musulmanes Caves

Trinidad

Another UNESCO World Heritage Site with cobblestone streets.  Most of the buildings were erected between the 17th and 19th centuries, when Trinidad prospered from the sugar and slave trades.  Now, Trinidad is a lively tourist area with beautiful scenery.  It’s a wonderful place to horseback ride.  Attractions include:

•    Neoclassical Church of the Holy Trinity
•    Church and Monastery of Saint Francis
•    Museum of Colonial Architecture
•    Art Gallery at the Casa de Aldeman Ortiz
•    Palacio Brunet – a grand home, built in 1812 and still featuring original frescoes and marble floors.
•    19th Century Relics and Monuments

Guardalavaca

Guardalavaca is bordered by beaches, but is a bit quieter than the other beach areas.  Dense foliage provides patches of shade for those seeking a break from the hot sun.  Divers and snorkelers enjoy an abundance of sea life along the coral reefs.  Other attractions include sailing trips, jungle and dolphin adventures, and tours of Santiago de Cuba.

Parque Nacional Vinales

Parque Nacional Vinales is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Steep limestone hills cut through the valleys, creating intense landscapes, and the floors grow tobacco, fruit, and vegetables.  The park offers fantastic areas for horseback riding hiking and horseback and the quaint town of Vinales is a wonderful place to look around.

Santa Clara

Santa Clara is a bit different than all the other towns and resorts.  It’s a lively college town and the well-known site of the last guerrilla battle led by Che Guevara in 1958. He was laid to rest there and the Memorial Comandante Ernesto ‘Che’ Guevara, his mausoleum and monument, are the area’s biggest attractions.  His personal items are housed in the Museo Historico de la Revolucion and the Monumento a la Toma del Tren Blindado marks the site of his final battle with the Batista troops.

Santa Clara is also home to Teatro de la Caridad (circa 1885), one of Cuba’s few surviving theaters.  Much of it remains in original condition.

These are just a few of the fantastic Cuban places to see.  Let Que Bolaa Cuba Travel take you there.

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