Ageing gracefully like a dowager duchess down on her luck, Havana’s charm lies in its crumbling architecture, creaking Fifties automobiles and hit and miss plumbing. But with a welcome as warm as the sun that fills the squares and a soundtrack of son, salsa and rumba, this city is an instant hit with everyone who visits.

3h50m to Trinidad

24h00m to Trinidad


Visit Cuba’s Trinidad and travel back in time to a place where horses still gallop along cobbled streets, their riders off to work sugar cane fields that surround this languid town and led to its founding. Nothing much happens here, but that’s its charm. A living, working town that can feels more like an open air museum, this is a place to people watch and wander.

3h51m to Varadero

24h00m to Trinidad


Famed as the largest resort in Cuba, Varadero has extensive beaches with golden sands perfect for relaxing in the sun, rent a catamaran or snorkel with the abundant marine life. Stroll the Parque Joson, where you can take a camel ride, bird watch, listen to music from strolling musicians and visit the splendid botanical gardens. When the sun slips below the horizon, visit Varadero’s version of the famousTropicana cabaret.