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Inside Background
Even though July in Santiago de Cuba tends to be impossibly hot, it's probably...
Last edited: 08 June 2006
Santiago de Cuba tends to be much safer than similar sized cities in the US (as...
Last edited: 16 February 2015
Santiago de Cuba was first established in the beginning of the sixteenth...
Last edited: 07 July 2006
  Not to know something about the Revolution, Castro and Jose Marti is like...
Last edited: 18 July 2012
Santiago de Cuba is a destination which is generally warm during the winter...
Last edited: 14 August 2012
Inside Transportation
There are three basic ways for foreign visitors to get in and out of Santiago...
Last edited: 23 March 2015
Santiago is Cuba's second largest city, has many hills, and is quite spread...
Last edited: 10 December 2012
Inside Things to Do
Day Trip to 'El Morro' fortress and 'Cuidamar' For a day out into the...
Last edited: 07 November 2006
The Santiago de Cuba event which is known around the world is Carnival which...
Last edited: 07 July 2006
LA GRAN PIEDRA (The Big Rock) La Gran Piedra is the highest point in the Sierra...
Last edited: 02 July 2009
Many people who travel to Santiago de Cuba come for the excitement of Carnival...
Last edited: 08 September 2014
This is where the Revolution started. A disasterous bloody attack by Castro...
Last edited: 18 July 2012
Casa del Caribe is a cultural research institution located in Santiago de Cuba...
Last edited: 29 June 2006
Inside Dining Scene
Inside Cuba: For Foreign Visitors
As of February 21st 2008, the following currencies can be exchanged into Cuban...
Last edited: 07 October 2016
A valid Passport and a Cuban Visa (known as a Tourist Card) are required when...
Last edited: 27 November 2015
It is always good to learn some basic phrases like hello, thank you, etc. in...
Last edited: 27 March 2014
Tipping is not a common practice in Cuba outside of the all-inclusive resorts...
Last edited: 11 July 2016
(Updated September 30, 2016) Travellers to Cuba often ask what currency to...
Last edited: 30 September 2016
There have been some concerns raised over the use of ATMs and certain...
Last edited: 08 February 2014
On Monday 14th March 2011 Cuba’s Central Bank devaluated the Convertible Peso...
Last edited: 17 October 2016
(Updated July 11, 2016) Travelers arriving in Cuba for the first time often...
Last edited: 13 July 2016
Stumbled upon this information on-line by accident, but it was confirmed (Feb...
Last edited: 08 February 2014
 Since things have considerably changed in Cuba in the last years, it's not...
Last edited: 27 February 2014
Here's an update to changing CAD to CUC. The airport desk charges approx...
Last edited: 10 February 2014
Travelers should be aware that Cuban customs can be very strict about taking...
Last edited: 15 January 2015
 (Updated July 11, 2016) Travel Advisory!... Pack all valuables with your carry...
Last edited: 11 July 2016
(Updated July 11, 2016) First off, tipping is not a common practice in Cuba...
Last edited: 11 July 2016
Here are a collection of tips based on several trips: 1. Adjust your...
Last edited: 06 February 2016
CUBA – Things to Know B4 You Go Vaccinations:-  There are no compulsory...
Last edited: 03 August 2016