Currently the second largest hotel management company in Cuba, Iberostar Cuba seems determined to close the gap on the market leader, Melia Cuba.
As the largest island in the Caribbean, Cuba is packed full of things to do and see including no less than 9 UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Marius Jovaisa is a ground-breaking travel photographer, famous for his aerial shots, all contained in 5 beautiful photography books, including Unseen Cuba
It might not be the national anthem, but few would argue that 'Guantanamera' is the song of Cuba. No matter where you are on the island, you're going to hear it.
Located in the city of Santa Clara, the Tren Blindado (Spanish for ‘armoured train’) is part monument, part museum and relates to one of the most famous events of the Cuban Revolution.
Iberostar Cuba is a division of the Spanish hotel management company, Iberostar. Currently, they manage 12 hotels across Cuba, 10 at the beach, 1 in Havana and 1 in Trinidad.
Deciding where to stay is part and parcel of going travelling. With accommodation in Cuba, your first decision may be whether you opt for hotels or casa particulares.
Is travel in Cuba safe? This is a question that I have been asked many times and understandably so.The answer, quite emphatically, is Yes.
A witty insight into cooking Cuba's favourite dish, Moros y Cristianos aka Beans & Rice, courtesy of Claudia's Tasty Bits.
For most visitors to Cuba, all that is required to enter the country is a simple Tourist Card, currently £15 in the UK.