What comes to mind when you think of Cuba? Perhaps music and dancing in a steamy basement bar, with a fat cigar in one hand and glass of rum in the other?
Spain’s largest airline, Iberia, has announced that it will be offering its new Premium Economy cabin on flights between Madrid & Havana.
The sudden and tragic death of Anthony Bourdain earlier this year has had me watching pretty much the entire back catalogue of his eponymous Netflix show, ‘Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown’.
In a previous feature, I wrote about where to visit, and for how long, in western Cuba. This time, I’ll be looking at eastern Cuba.
When it comes to Cuba and literature there are no end of options to choose from. Here are just three of my favourites.
It is now some 23 years since my first trip to Cuba and while some aspects of travel & holidays to the island have changed significantly others have barely changed at all.
The following summary isn’t meant to be 100% comprehensive and is really just a guide to what, in my opinion at least, are the more interesting new, forthcoming and planned Cuba hotels.
Did Bob Dylan ever visit Cayo Las Brujas? No, I don’t think so – although the title to his 1964 song is somewhat appropriate.
Although Cuba’s high season is traditionally viewed as running from the start of November to the end of April, many of those-in-the-know like to visit Cuba in May.
Plaza Vieja 1912 is the latest, upmarket casa particular to open in the Cuban capital, Havana.