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Cruises to Cuba

Cruises in Cuba

2025 No-Fly Cuba & Treasures of the West Indies

Ambition 09 Jan 2025 45 nights No-Fly Cruise London Tilbury

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Itinerary: London (Tilbury) - Praia di Vitoria - Ponta Delgada - St. John's, Antigua, Caribbean - Basseterre, St. Kitts - Havana - Santiago de Cuba - Ocho Rios - Willemstad, Curacao -...
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2026 No-Fly Grand Jewels of the Caribbean & Cuba

Ambience 30 Jan 2026 40 nights No-Fly Cruise London Tilbury

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Itinerary: London (Tilbury) - Praia di Vitoria - St. John’s, Antigua - Road Town - Havana - George Town, Cayman Islands - Montego Bay - Ocho Rios - Santo Domingo - Fort de France -...
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An overview of Cuba

Cuba, an enchanting Caribbean island, boasts a vibrant culture, historic cities and breathtaking landscapes. From the colourful streets of Havana to the pristine beaches, it's a land of salsa rhythms, vintage cars and rich history. Cuba's unique blend of Spanish, African and Caribbean influences creates an authentic and captivating experience.

Old Havana is a UNESCO World Heritage site and a treasure trove of colonial architecture, colourful buildings and rich history. Stepping into this well-preserved district is like taking a journey back in time, where each cobblestone street reveals tales of the past. Start your exploration at Plaza de Armas, the oldest square in Havana, flanked by elegant colonial buildings and shaded by grand trees. Nearby, visit the historic Castillo de la Real Fuerza, an impressive fort with a captivating maritime museum. Continue along Calle Obispo, a bustling street lined with shops, cafes and art galleries.

A visit to the Viñales Valley, located in the western part of Cuba, offers a striking contrast to the bustling streets of Havana. This picturesque region is a UNESCO World Heritage site and is known for its stunning landscapes, tobacco farms and traditional Cuban agriculture. Take a guided excursion from the port to Viñales, where you'll be greeted by dramatic limestone hills known as "mogotes" that rise dramatically from the fertile valley floor. The lush greenery, dotted with palm trees, tobacco fields and small rural villages, creates a serene and bucolic atmosphere.

Santiago de Cuba, located on the eastern side of the island, is a city that pulses with the beat of Afro-Cuban music and rich cultural traditions. It's often considered the birthplace of the Cuban Revolution and is deeply connected to the island's historical and musical roots. During your visit to Santiago de Cuba, immerse yourself in the city's vibrant music scene. Stroll along the lively streets of the historic centre, where you'll encounter local musicians playing traditional son and salsa music. The Casa de la Trova is a renowned music venue where you can dance to the infectious rhythms of live bands.

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