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Trinidad


The so-called Museum City of Cuba, founded by the conquistador Diego Velasquez in 1514, flourished between 17th and 19th centuries thanks to sugar cane and slave trade. There are several buildings that show the splendor of the ...   
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Destination Varadero


Hicacos Peninsula, which includes the world famous resort of Varadero, is 22 km long and located between Cardenas Bay and Florida Straits. The peninsula tapers to Hicacos Point, Cuba´s most northern land, a protected natural park ...   
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Cienfuegos


Many consider Cienfuegos, and most of all, its capital, as one of the most beautiful in the country. No wonder they call the city ¨The Perl of the South¨. French Louis Clouet founded the city in 1819, and name it Fernandina de ...   
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Destination Santa Clara


Today this is an attractive city for many reasons, among them its historical significance due to an important battle led by Ernesto Che Guevara. The battle hastened the end of the Fulgencio Batista regime. Because of it, Santa Clara is also ...   
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About Us

We are a professional staff with more than 2 years of experience. Languages we speak: Spanish, English, and French. We organize excursions, transfers, transport, information and lodgings. We offer you information about Cuba´s destinies, orientation and local tour guide service. We are available and willing to help you. Contac us.
: (+53) 58159188
: yasmin85.gomez@nauta.cu

Good to know

 Cuban convertible pesos (CUC) is the official money in Cuba. At foreign exchange outlets CADECA, you can buy/sell Cuban convertible pesos (CUC).There are CADECAs all over the country for changing foreign currency into Cuban convertible pesos. Most hotels have a currency exchange office too. US dollars are no longer in circulation, for CADECA US dollar is 10 percent tax when exchanging it for Cuban currency.
 Bacal, Transcard, Visa and MasterCard credit cards are accepted as long as they are not issued by American banks.
Cuba is primarily a cash economy. Wherever you go, you have to pay in cash. Credit cards are only accepted in hotels.
If you bring euros the official exchange varied, at the present is approximate 1 euro x 1.06 CUC in CADECAs.

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