can you travel to usa from cuba or usa to cuba.or is it still the same,not allowed
Hi, does anybody know how to get from Morón to Cayo Coco? I didn't find any car rentals in Morón or bus services. Is it possible to hire someone to take us there? And how to come back from the island if we don't have a car? We would like to go there at February 18. Thanks for any tips!
Hi. Does anybody know if it's possible to rend a child bicycle seat? I'm planning my travel to Cuba with my husband and my 1 year son. I'd like to visit Vinar by bycle but I'm wondering if it could be feasible. thanks for your help.
I'm looking for some information on the prices of hiring vintage American taxis (maquinas/yank tanks) to go from city to city across Cuba. Can anyone give me examples of fares they have paid for taking trips greater than 100km?
I know this isn't the cheapest or most effective way of travelling across Cuba. I know buses and trains are cheaper, but this is for a specific project, so I'm not interested in travelling by bus or train or renting a late model Asian/Euro rental car.
I'm not expecting AC, a comfortable ride or a reliable vehicle. I'm a vintage car enthusiast and while the cars I drive look great, they are unreliable headaches that cause me great amounts of stress. So I definitely know what I am getting myself into :)
Thanks for your help!
When already in Cuba having a room for whole stay, I would like to know if it is possible to call and book an other room for one night stay in another city (and is it maybe the most expensive way comparing to advance booking)? We would not like to do that beforehand, not knowing when making those trips.... I have understood by internet it is impossible while alreaydy in Cuba?
My wife and I are planning a short trip with our 1 year old son to Cuba. Could you please advise of any nice places to go and relax? We are not looking for over the top adventures and just to get away from the Canadian winter and relax in the sun for a bit.
Thanks in advance, and wishing everyone a great holiday season!
I want travel to Cuba, but i don´t know wich city to go. I need an advice, which is the best city in Cuba to rest? How many cost?. I would rather should´t be very expensive.
Thanks for your answers!!!
I will be staying at Sol Pelicano , Cayo Largo del sur, for 2 weeks in January, wondering if there is any snorkelling off the beach. Is it possible to snorkel at Playa Sirena?
Looking for a place to go for a week, we are planning to leave Dec 28, were looking for somewhere with a good night life, lots of day activities and shopping. But something not to touristy.
I am going to cuba fo the 1st time and cannot make my mind up between staying at Guardalavaca or Cayos coyo?
Can one draw money at ATMs somewhere in Cuba or do you have to take all your money with you?
I heard there are two currencies, one for locals and one for tourists, and also a parallel price system. Is this true and how does it work?
Is ii advisable to take dollars or euros with you to change into Cuban money? Which one is prefered by money changers? Can you change money in the street or only at banks?
I understand that a type of visa/tarjeta de turista is required for Cuba, is this included in the airfare if I buy it online with Cubana Air? If not, how do I get one? I have an Australian passport but will be travelling from Mexico.
Is anyone going to be in Cuba at barcelo solymar week of September 20-27?
Hoping to find some party goers!
Hi, can anyone advise on the road conditions and driving times please? I'm getting mixed reports. We have 4 spare days from Holguin and would like to see a bit of the Eastern side. We've previously done the west from Trinidad to Pinar del Rio and hired a car before. If you think it's too far and not worth the trip where would you recommend instead? It'll be late December.
What's the best / cheapest way of travelling from London to Cuba? I am planning on travelling around for 3 weeks from mid December beginning January. Not sure as where to start and end the trip yet. Any help will be appreciated!
My wife and I are planning a road trip around Cuba in December and January and would like to meet up with some locals, expats or even fellow travellers along the way. Send me a message if you're interested in meeting. I also have some questions for locals about driving, as I plan to do a lot of it while there.
Hey! I am travelling to Cuba next week and will be travelling for 3.5 weeks. I will start in Havana and then work my way East around the island.
I know that they use Cuban Convertible Pesos in Cuba.
I am from Ireland and have an Irish Credit card, Debit card and Euro currency.
Can I reliably use ATM's in Havana & Cuba in general?
Where are the easiest places to withdraw/convert currency?
Do I need to bring any Euros/Dollars with me?
Thank you so much!
I'm planing to go to Cuba for 5 months as a single male and I will be looking for private clothing optional beaches. Anyone can help me with locations and advise?
Hi guys, I am looking into options on travelling from Varadero to Havana and back. Any tips or suggestions?
My wife and I will be travelling around the Carribean for a month in July on our honeymoon. We are looking to visit Cuba for at least a few days and I was just wondering where, how and if their were any safety considerations about Cuba that I should be aware of other than the obvious?
My partner and I want to visit Cuba in February 2013, from the UK.
We would obviously like to spend time in Havana and would also like to take in Trinidad and hopefully Santiago, with some beaches along the way.
We have at least two weeks to do this.
My problem is I have spinal difficulties and cannot sit for long periods of time especially on bumpy cars or buses.
We were thinking about taxi so we could get out and stretch our legs etc but have no idea how ,who etc.
anyone have any experience of this? Know anyone they can trust? A tailor made holiday looks too pricey but we wonder if there was another safe more economical way of doing it?
Any replies would be much appreciated. Oh also comfortable mid priced hotels.
I hope to take my family to Cuba to celebrate several special birthdays. I have a 14 yr old and a 16 yr old son and a much older husband. Where do I start? We all like swimming and fairly active holidays as well as good food and plenty of sun bathing. I thought over the Christmas peroid would be good as it seems that it is outwith the hurricane season or Easter time. Any suggestions re places to stay, things to do, things not to do and the best time to go would be appreciated.
any advice for 2 women in their fifties visiting cuba, where to eat, dangers, money changing etc
Okay so now I'm excited. I've booked our trip to Club Kawama in Varadero for April 7th, returning April 14th.
Has anyone stayed at this resort?
I'm presuming we check out at noon on the Thursday but our flight isn't until past 10 pm. Are they good with holding onto the bags until departure time? Do you still get fed dinner that day?
Any help or advice would be greatly appreciated.
Stay tuned for pics posted when we get back :D
Hi, we're planning a trip to Varedero Apr 9 and have never been to Cuba. Is there an 'unofficial' currency exchange where you might get more bang for your buck?
What day trips are there to do in the area and how much do they cost?
Any hotels to avoid?
Looking at 3 star hotels on exitnow.ca.
Your help would be greatly appreciated.
hi i am thinking of going to Guardalavaca cuba can any one please tell me what it is like as i have never been i am going with my husband and 2 kids one 19yrs and one 15yrs old can any one tell if there is any water parks and what we can do there thanks
What do I need to know where can I get info on the best way to get to Cuba?
Hi I am travelling to cuba in June, from ireland, I am just wondering can euros be used in cuba, as i am not sure what currency to bring as with us dollar not being accepted and also is there many atms in use over there?
Hello to all! Is there anybody who knows if there are flights from Santiago de Cuba to Montego Bay or Kingston? All replies greatly appreciated
We are planning to travel around Cuba by car and we have heard that until recently, US Dollars were generally acceptable as currency for anything, anywhere in Cuba. This appeas to have changed and now travellers are urged to use Euro or other currency instead (we are going from Italy), instead of dollars, especially outside the resort areas. Can anyone comment on this from recent experience? Will they accept Euros anywhere in Cuba? Thanks.