Cuba Top Destinations
Even today, the thought of going back in time seems impossible, and certainly incomparable, but it's still out of reach...isn't it? Not in Cuba. Cuba's top attractions are often relics of the past — including classic cars roaming the streets, smoky clubs filled with music and drink, and colonial architecture, and that's just for starters. Cuba's best places to visit are 'must see' locations such as Havana, but also places like Trinidad where the past is reflected in the very buildings that line the street.
Nestled between the turquoise Caribbean Sea and the forested peaks of the Sierra Escambray, the colonial city of Trinidad seems to have it all. Colorful colonial architecture, beautiful beaches, and fantastic hiking opportunities make it one of Cuba's top destinations.
The city made its mark in the 18th-century sugar rush, and the opulent buildings of that era still standing today give Trinidad its UNESCO World Heritage status. Live music and dance concerts take place in the city's plazas most evenings, surrounded by grand facades and towering palms.
Pine forests, waterfalls, and white-sand beaches are just a short distance from the center of Trinidad, offering natural riches to compliment a cultural tour of this lovely city.
Just 90 miles from the capital city of Cuba lies a tiny piece of land bordered on one side by white-sand beaches and densely packed mangrove forests on the other. This is Varadero, one of Cuba's top destinations and one of the Caribbean's most stunning beaches.
While this is one of Cuba's busiest tourist destinations, the lack of beachside high-rises and abundance of laid back Cuban vibes helps Varadero maintain a relaxed atmosphere. With cool ocean breezes, warm waters, and oh-so-comfortable resorts, what more is there to do than chill?
With more than 30 dive sites offshore and a plethora of other ocean adventures on offer, it won't be hard for you to find ways to fill your time between sunbathing. Don't forget to head back to the sand in time for sunset though, preferably with a fresh mojito in hand.