Encounter of Two Worlds
Traditions and Customs
How to get to Cuba
Regulations and Formalities
Accessories for Traveling
Hours and holidays
Health and security
What to do?
Sun and Beach
Pinar del Río
Trinidad, Sancti Spiritus
Jardines del rey, Ciego de Ávila
Santiago de Cuba
Frequently Asked Questions:
Where can I find tourist information about Cuba?
We put at your disposal We offer you our network of INFOTUR Tourist Information Centers located throughout the national territory: in the main cities, airports and transportat terminals of tourist destinations.
Our network of INFOTUR Tourist Information Centers put at your disposal:
• Useful information about Cuba, according to your needs..
• Free printed and digital materials, will help you choose the best offers for your enjoyment.
• Sale of maps, thematic guides, books, postcards, souvenirs, and other services.
How is the weather in Cuba?
The Cuban climate is tropical, seasonally humid, with maritime influence and semi-continental. However, other climate periods are localized in the mountains systems and in the coasts.
They are defined periods : Low-rainfall: from November to April and rainy from May to October.
Do I need a visa to go to Cuba?
The visitor must have a valid passport or a travel document issued in your name and the corresponding visa or Tourist Card. The countries with which Cuba has free visa agreements are excepted. Tourist Cards can be requested from the Cuban consular offices. Also, at travel agencies and airlines. They are of two types: for individual tourists or for tourists traveling in groups.
What clothes or other accessories do you recommend for Cuba?
Personal belongings are those which, for their nature and quantity, can be reasonably used by the passenger during the trip, taking into account the duration, circumstances and purpose of the trip, as well as the passenger’s profession, activity and characteristics; excluding goods which, for their features, quantity and value, may have a business character or purpose.
Do I need a health insurance to enter Cuba?
From 2010, May 1st on, Cuban authorities demand from travellers who visit the Island a travel insurance policy with medical expenses coverage, as a requirement for entering the country. Travellers can purchase such a policy in their country of residence, prior to their trip, but they can also purchase it at their arrival in Cuba, just at the point of entering.
What are the official Cuban travel agencies?
Cubatur Travel Agency
Havanatur Tour and Travel
Paradiso Cultural Tourism
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