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Mar
28
Havana.- Cuba has already been visited by one million foreign vacationers this year, which is considered a record figure at the Caribbean destination, according to the Cuban Tourism Ministry. The figure was reported on Saturday, eleven days before similar number of tourists was announced in 2014, and this stands for a 14-percent increase in arrivals for the first quarter of the year, the Ministry noted. Major tourist sources are Canada, Germany, France, the U.K., and Italy. Having reached... + read more
Mar
28
Havana.- European foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini visited Cuba for crucial talks aimed at normalizing ties between the  European Union and the communist island state. The visit comes as previously icy relations between Cuba and the West are thawing, following the dramatic rapprochement between Havana and Washington in the last few months. Mogherini met Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez during the two-day visit which “comes at a crucial time” for negotiations... + read more
Mar
25
More than two months after President Barack Obama announced that travel restrictions to the island would be alleviated and several weeks later reported that less stringent regulations, travel companies report that questions and reservations have increased while more travel agency involved, according to U.S. press. “There is a kind of sense of urgency by travelers,” said Collin Laverty, owner of Educational Travel Cuba in Washington, DC “People perceive that is about... + read more
Mar
22
Havana.- More than 371,000 Foreign visitors are coming to Cuba this winter season. the number were up by 16 percent in January compared to the previous year, according to figures from Cuba’s Office of National Statistics and Information. In 2014 3.003 million international visitors arrived in Cuba. And that’s not counting hundreds of thousands of Cuban-Americans who travel to the island to visit family. Canada led the way with 181,101 visitors in January for a 15... + read more
Mar
20
Sail for Cuba from Jamaica, or take a charter to Havana and leave for Montego Bay surely  will  be a magical and mysterious trip for a “Yankee”, after more than a half century unable to legally enjoy holidays in Cuba. Following the announcement on December 17 last of the governments of the United States and Cuba over the thaw in bilateral relations, a Canadian cruise operator said it want to see more Americans aboard its  cruises to Cuba. Cuba Cruise, the... + read more

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