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15 TRAVEL TIPS TO CUBA

15 TRAVEL TIPS TO CUBA: WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW BEFORE VISITING
Looking for travel tips for Cuba? We have you covered!

We know that it is one of those destinations where you always tell yourself “one day I will visit Cuba”.

Going to Cuba is on many of our friends’ wish lists, but very few of them seem close to getting there.

I’m not going to lie to you, Cuba is not an easy place to travel. There are a handful of countries from where you can fly directly to Havana, so the obstacles increase immediately.

Can Americans go to Cuba?

Yes, now you can travel to Cuba from the US UU And fly to Havana directly from the United States, but flights are hard to come by and will always be the most expensive option.


There are also quite a few rules about traveling to Cuba that discourage people.

Also, there seems to be very little useful information about Cuba and everything you see seems to be in conflict with what you just read.

It turns out that, just like in any other destination, all you need is a little preparation before visiting Cuba to spend the best time in this mysterious and beautiful country.

 

15 TRAVEL TIPS TO CUBA YOU NEED TO KNOW!
Money tips for Cuba
1. Take cash with you

Although things with the States are calming down now, it is a good idea to take a hard currency on your trips to Cuba.

2. Take euros or sterling pounds – they get the best exchange rate.

3. Do not take Australian dollars, do not know what to do with them. Do not accept US dollars, the exchange rate will be terrible and you will have to pay an additional fee each time.

4. Cuba has two currencies:

CUC (Cuban convertible peso or “Cuban dollar”) aligned with the USD that tourists should use, and CUP (Cuban national weight) for an approximate value of 1 CUC = 24 CUP.

Non-Cubans should not have any CUP in them, although people do.

As the relations between Cuba and the US UU They relax, the probability that the CUC disappears and the remaining CUP is high. The US dollars will probably also be more accepted.

 

Street life in Cuba

5. You will find double prices in most places and the prices of CUP and CUC will not match. It is important not to let this bother you!

6. Get a VISA card for Cuba

Because it is an American company, MasterCard has never really worked in Cuba, although with changes that happen all the time, more and more US companies are working with Cuba now. VISA is usually acceptable. Usually!

7. Check if your bank has American alliances. If you do, you may not be able to access your money independently.

As relations between the United States and Cuba improve, things will change.

Travel tips to Cuba

8. Where to get money in Cuba.

Try to withdraw money from the ATM above in level 1 of the International Airport of Havana. However, avoid using the exchange office at the airport. It is known that they give an incorrect change and the rates are not so good.

Hotels and resorts usually have an exchange office.

9. Each city will have two types of banks: the Banco de Cuba, which are appropriate banks, or Cadeca, which is like a foreign exchange kiosk. The bank usually gives better rates.

10. Only one person at a time can be served at the bank. If you travel with a friend or your partner, flip a coin to see who gets out! The cities also tend to have ATMs, although some smaller places like Viñales do not.

11. Tell your bank that you are going to Cuba

It is a good idea to do this every time you leave your country anyway, but one of our main trips to Cuba suggests that it is even more important for this destination.

International calls are expensive and internet access is very limited.

If your bank believes that your cards are being used without your consent, they will cancel them in your name and leave you stranded.
Documentation required to travel to Cuba
12. Travel insurance for Cuba

You need to have travel insurance to travel to Cuba. They do customs checks and if you can not present the policy documentation, they make you buy insurance there.

The credit card we use to buy flights has a nominal travel insurance included. Although it does not cover everything, but we risk it. We were not checked going to Cuba.

13. Print any travel document before going to Cuba

The technology is really hard to get during a trip to Cuba.

If you need a travel document while you are in Cuba or for your next destination, print it before you fly to Havana.

14. Getting your visa from Cuba

Most nationalities require a visa for Cuba called “Cuba Tourist Card” to enter: here is a site with a list of countries that require a visa.

How to obtain a visa for Cuba? You can buy yours through your local Cuban embassy or before registering at the Cubana Air counter.

Your airline can include Cuba’s visa in the price of your plane tickets, but you will still need to pick up the tourist card at the Cubana Air counter before registering. Suggestions for traveling to Cuba Suggestions for traveling to Cuba If you want to make a more independent trip in Cuba, connect with a local of ViaHero before heading to Cuba. knowledge to help you plan the perfect trip to Cuba for you and get to know the local culture better.

Packaging and arriving in Cuba

15. Travel as light as possible.
When you fly to Cuba, if you can, go alone with your hand luggage. We got it and it was the best. We did not have to worry about losing our things or getting damaged. We also saw other travelers struggling to get in and out of the tiny doors of Cuban buildings and down narrow stairs with their huge bags, which looked like a nightmare.
I hope you will be served with these 15 tips to travel to Cuba, a country with its true charm.
Taken from Ytravel
https://www.ytravelblog.com/visit-cuba-travel-tips/

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