Cuba is a tropical island with a generally warm, humid climate (average relative humidity 78%) and an average of 330 days of sunshine a year. There are only two major seasons: wet (May to November) and dry (December to April). The average annual temperature is 25.2 degrees Celsius (77°F). InRead More →

necropolis colon havane

The cemetery, also known as the Cristobal Colón Necropolis (Columbus Cemetery), is one of the largest necropolises in the world. Named after Christopher Columbus, this 140-acre (0.6 km²) cemetery is known for its many elaborately carved memorials. It is estimated that the cemetery has over 500 large mausoleums, chapels andRead More →

ernest hemingway cuba

Finca Vigia was Ernest Hemingway’s house and is located in San Francisco de Paula, a suburb of Havana. Today it houses the “Museo de Ernesto Hemingway”. The house was built in 1886 by the Catalan architect Miguel Pascual y Baguer. The Finca Vigia means “the farmhouse of the watchman” andRead More →

capitole national cuba

The National Capitol of Cuba is located in Havana. Until the revolution and in 1959, it was the seat of the Cuban government and today it is the seat of the Academy of Sciences. Its name and appearance refer to the U.S. Capitol, but the similarities are actually only superficial.Read More →

The final resting place of the remains of Che and 29 other comrades assassinated in Bolivia in 1967. The entrance to the mausoleum is dominated by the imposing bronze statue of the Comandante, about 7 meters high, with a weapon in his hand. The statue was placed so that itRead More →


Are you flying to Cuba soon? Discover the 5 cities to visit at all costs during your trip! The first step will seem predictable to you, but it is unavoidable: Havana. The capital of Cuba, classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, seduces visitors with its superb mix of BaroqueRead More →

museum of the revolution

The Museum of the Revolution is located in the former palace of the Cuban dictator Fulgencio Batista, deposed by Fidel Castro in 1959. The building was built in the period 1913-1920 in a monumental neoclassical style, and the interior was fitted out by Tiffany’s store in New York. One ofRead More →

La havane

Havana is a synthesis of all Cuba, capital of the island and one of the most beautiful cities in Latin America. The charm of the “Pearl of the Caribbean” continues to act, and those who know it return enriched and conquered. Renewed, it offers all that one can imagine inRead More →

National Library of Cuba

This enclosure is in the field of constructions surrounding the seat of the revolution, but the institution as such was founded on October 18, 1901. Its initial location, among all those it had, was in the Castle of the Force and consisted of barely 3,151 volumes. It was not untilRead More →