Cruise Cuba from Ft. Lauderdale, Florida

Cruise Cuba from Ft. Lauderdale, Florida

One of the best ways to discover Cuba today is via a cruise. It provides a unique experience that you will surely remember for the rest of your life. Cuba is still trying to catch up with the rest of the world, but that’s why you should go on a Cuba cruise. Depending on your itinerary, you will have the opportunity to visit the cities of Trinidad, Santiago, and Havana. You will enjoy the culture, beautiful beaches, and vintage cars.


It is difficult to visit Cuba. People from other countries need to satisfy certain qualifications if they want to visit the island nation. The easiest way is through a cruise. One only needs to buy a Cuba shore excursion from the cruise company. Various shore excursions offered by cruises will fulfill the requirement needed for the people-to-people exchange programs.


Havana is the port of entry of Cuba cruises. The first thing to do is to take an architectural tour of the city. You will see structures left untouched since the 1950s. You should also visit the Revolution Square where you will see vintage cars lined along the streets.  


You should also consider visiting the white sand beaches of Cuba. Most beaches have fewer people compared to other beaches in the Caribbean. The visit is incomplete without touring a Cuban cigar factory. There you will learn the history of the industry and find out how they hand roll the cigars.


If you love the arts, then visit the National Museum of Fine Arts. It has a collection of Cuban art pieces throughout the ages. It gives you an idea of Cuban culture and its development over the years.


For a different Cuban experience, consider walking the streets of Havana at night. You can enjoy Cuban music in one of the nightclubs or watch a musical performance by local musicians.

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