Ads By CiberSpaces
  0.00 €

Customs Information
Health Regulations
Passport Procedure
Tips & Advices
Weather Center

Cartes de Crédit Acceptées

Call Center

 Tropicana Offer 2 with transfer entertainment.
 in Modern Havana
 from 88.00 €
 Tropicana Offer 2 entertainment.
 in Modern Havana
 from 80.00 €
Sol Club Cayo Coco hotel.
 Sol Club Cayo Coco hotel.
 in Cayo Coco
 from 72.00 €/night
  Old Havana
  from 33.00 €/night
  from 26.00 €/night
  Cayo Coco
  from 59.00 €/night
  Cayo Largo
  from 36.00 €/night
  Santiago de Cuba
  from 24.00 €/night
  Cayo Guillermo
  from 69.00 €/night


Tips and advice are basic requirements for new travelers to Cuba. We will keep you updated and in tune with changes and subjects of interest that will make your stay more enjoyable and without pitfalls.

Displaying: 21 - 30 of 32 << Previous 10 | Next 10 >>
Lay country with freedom of cults. Catholic and Afro-Cuban religions prevail, although other tendencies also exist.
The national currency is the Peso that is equal to 100 cents. Notes of 1, 3, 5, 10, 20 and 50 pesos circulate. Fractional currencies of 1, 2, 5 and 20 cents, and others of 1 and 3 pesos.
Customs Regulations
Tourists can bring with them, tax free, two bottles of liquor, a carton of cigarettes and personal belongings, as well as their own jewels, photographic or videotape camera, typewriter, sport gears, etc. These should be reported when exiting the country.
Payment Forms
At tourist facilities and other service units, the prices are fixed in USA dollars and therefore it is advisable to pay with these. The exchange can be made from any convertible currency to dollar. MasterCard, Visa, CABAL and BFI credit cards are accepted
National Anniversaries
Although they are not holidays, they are also considered important dates: January 28: Anniversary of the birth of José Martí, Cuba’s National Hero, in 1853 February 24: Anniversary of the beginning of the War of Independence, in 1895 March 8: Internationa
Tourist Seasons
High: december 16 – december 21, january 4 – march 31, july 1 – august 24 Peak: December 22 – January 3 Low: 1st of November – December 15, 1st of april – june 30, august 25 – October 31
The electric appliances endowed with round spikes should be brought with an adapter of planes spikes that are the type used for the plugs existent in the country. Electric current of general use is 110 V 60 Hz, although in the recently constructed Cubana
Measure Units
The International Measuring Units is the one used in Cuba
Migratory Regulation
Visitors should posses an effective passport or a trip document stating their name and the corresponding visa or Tourist Card, excepting those countries that Cuba maintains Free Visa agreements with. Tourist Cards can be requested at the Cuban consular re
Sanitary Regulations
There are only restrictive sanitary for visitors coming from countries where yellow fever and endemic cholera exist or have been declared infection areas by the World Health Organization. In such cases, an International Vaccination Certificate is demanded
Displaying: 21 - 30 of 32 << Previous 10 | Next 10 >>



  Cuba Legal Services
  affiliate program
  related web sites
  weather center
  customer support
  travelers tools
  online payment
  photo gallery
  useful info
  about us
OFAC Requirements

Other Destinations
  Hyundai Accent
  from 85.00 €/day
  Hyundai Elantra
  from 100.00 €/day
  Hyundai Grand i10
  from 65.00 €/day
  Geely Emgrand 820
  from 100.00 €/day
  Renault Sandero
  from 65.00 €/day

 RT Madrid - Havana City 590.00 €
 RT Madrid - Varadero 610.00 €
 RT Caracas - Havana City 390.00 €
 RT London - Havana City 699.00 €
 RT Bogotá - Havana City 395.00 €
 RT Havana City-Nassau 334.00 €

© Copyright Travelucion 1995-2023
This site is under exclusive license. All rights reserved.
No part of this website may be copied or reproduced without the written consent of the owner..
Need help? Please contact us with questions or comments.

Twitter Logo