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1. What are the best places in Cuba?

Cuba, the Caribbean's largest island, drips with history, culture, and a captivating mystique. Live music wafts through the cobbled squares in Havana's World Heritage-listed Old Town, vintage cars still cruise the streets, and the beautiful old buildings of Cuba's colonial cities evoke the feel of a country frozen in time. The best attractions are: Old Havana,Historico Militar Park and the  malecon in Havana, Varadero, Trinidad,Guardalavaca, Playa Paraiso, Cayo Coco, Viñales Park and Baracoa.

2. What clothes should I bring to Cuba?

Everyone in Cuba dresses very casually and simple, so you an wear anything starting from baggy pants and finishing on nice dresses. Bikini, shorts, sandals, sleeveless cotton dresses and shirts are the order of the day. It gets a little chilly in the evenings, so the sweater should be brought as well. Bring one fancy outfit if you ar planning on going for the Tropicana Show.

3. How is the Cuban currency?

Cuba uses two official currencies the cuban peso (CUP) and the cuban convertible peso (CUC). As a tourist, you´ll use the CUC frequently. Travelers can exchange their currency at banks,hotels, and goverment currency exchange centers (CADECA), this are the safest and more reliable places to exchange currency. Since you can´t get Cuban currency anywhere in the world except Cuba, you best option is to bring foreign currency that has the highest possible conversion rate in Cuba.

4. Is there wifi in Cuba?

Yes, even in 2019. There are 635 places you can get inhoternet and wifi in Cuba. In any case, you have to purchase a ticket to get access to the Internet or Wifi in Cuba, called tarjeta de navegación . This ticket has a veiled username-password set that will allow you to connect to the Internet. Connection price is $1 an hour.

5. How is the healthcare system?

If you are worried about getting sick or injured in Cuba, don´t worry about it. Cuba`s healthcare system is known around the world for it´s quality doctors and care. Everyone visiting Cuba is required to have health insurance that is valid in Cuba. You´ll need to purchase it at the airport upon arrival before passing through customs. It costs about $4 per day.

6. Is Cuba Save?

The short answer: Yes!. Cuba is one of the safest destinations in the Carribean. However remember that the tourist are targets for pickpockets all over the world, including Cuba. So keep your money in your wallet and never put your wallet in your back pocket. In case of emergency contact the police department, call 106.
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