Enjoy the sights of Montreal

Enjoy the sights of Montreal

There are some cities in North America that stand out as being completely different. New Orleans is a good example of this, with its Creole heritage, hot jazz, Mardi Gras and the never ending parties and carnivals. Another one is Montréal – while the city is definitely Canadian, there is an overriding European atmosphere that seems to come from its vibrant mix of English, French and other cultures. Whether you are spending a weekend or a week in Montréal, you are in for a unique exper... [ read more ]

Top 5 museums of Trinidad

Top 5 museums of Trinidad

The small city, Trinidad de Cuba is famous for its several museums. Also known as Cuba's Museum City, Trinidad is situated in the province of Sancti Spíritus, in the central part of Cuba. It became a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1988. The city is home to an amazing collection of museums, most of which present objects relating to the town's 500 years of history. All of these museums are set in beautiful buildings, pearls of colonial architecture, located within the UNESCO-listed old quarter. ... [ read more ]

An interesting tour of the Cuban castles

An interesting tour of the Cuban castles

This Caribbean country consists of the main island of Cuba and several archipelagos. Cuba is home to one of the most fascinating cultures of the world, which can not be simply described. You have to feel it! Once you get there, you will be amazed by the local people’s lifestyle, especially if you are European. I am sure that after spending your holiday in Cuba, you will leave the country with an unforgettable experience. There are dozens of cultural or natural attractions and entertainment p... [ read more ]

Baracoa, Cuba's fist capital

Baracoa, Cuba’s fist capital

Havana, Cuba's scenic capital that was the setting of some of the most crucial moments in the country's history, hasn't always been the most important city on the island. For a few short years in the early 16th century, Baracoa, Cuba's capital, was the place where the faith of Cuba was decided. Baracoa was founded as one of the earliest colonial cities in Cuba, and its long history is still a reason for people to love and respect it. Baracoa might be small, but it is one of the most interest... [ read more ]

The best attractions in Isla de la Juventud

The best attractions in Isla de la Juventud

Cuba's islands are all idyllic tropical paradises, from the largest one to the tiniest speck of land. Isla de la Juventud is one such place, the second largest one of Cuba's islands and the most populous one, except for the main island, of course. Isla de la Juventud combines culture and lush environments, and unlike many of the other islands around Cuba, it is neither an uninhabited natural haven, nor a cluster of luxury resorts. Isla de la Juventud has lovely beaches, lush pine forests, re... [ read more ]

Most Representative Colonial Towns of Cuba

Most Representative Colonial Towns of Cuba

Are you interested about the cultural and historical sights of Cuba? Do you want to explore the colonial cities of the largest island in the Caribbean? If so, take a virtual journey with us into the historical Cuba and discover the most representative colonial towns. This tour involves the top colonial towns of this fascinating country, so here they are: Santiago de Cuba Situated on the Eastern part of Cuba, it was the capital city of Cuba until 1553, when Havana turned to be the capital. ... [ read more ]