Havana : The capital, the sum of Cuba. Crumbling beauty stuck in time. One of the most lively, happening and colorful cities in on the planet.
Viñales: UNESCO heritage, splendid nature, tobacco fields, round hills and lush plains
Pinar del Rio: A laid back, largely undiscovered provincial capital in Western Cuba
Varadero: World famous beaches and resorts on a long peninsula within close distance of Havana
Bay of Pigs: Historical site of one of the most important events in the entire cold war
Cienfuegos: French founded elegant city on the southern coast
Santa Clara: The site of Che Guevara's mausoleum and provincial capital with a a large university
Trinidad: World famous UNESCO heritage site. A true colonial pearl. A travel back in time.
Sancti Spiritus: Slow moving colonial city with very few tourists, but a real 'authentic' feel
Camagüey: Warm city of colonial labyrinths constructed to confuse plundering pirates
Cayos: Group of islands offering amazing beaches, very secluded place where you can easily find yourselves the only people on a mile long white sand beach.
Las Tunas: Mid size Cuban city with good restaurants, cheap prices and very few tourists
Gibara: Picturesque coastal town with a famous poor mans film festival
Holguín: Birth place of Fidel Castro. Large provincial capital in the heart of Oriente
Guardalavaca: Second largest resort area after Varadero. Blue water and white sand
Bayamo: Off the tourist track pleasant and friendly city close to Sierra Maestra
Santiago de Cuba: Cuba's second largest city, hot, lively city of music and revoloutionary history with a world famous carnival in July
Guantánamo: Famous for the nearby naval base, the city itself is far off the tourist track
Baracoa: Called Cubas shangri-la, isolated, mystical area with amazing lush and green nature
Nueva Gerona: A laid back world of its own isolated on Isla de Juventud (the Isle of Youth)