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By IPS Cuba Amendments that have recently come into force lighten the redtape relating to visa applications for travel to the European Union (EU) and Panama, which benefit family ties and the many Cubans who turn to “shopping tourism”. New procedures open up travel alternatives for the Cuban population at ...
A summary on the Caribbean tourism industry’s performance and the main attractions that the region offers to the Italian and European market as a whole are the general themes that TTC will take to Milan’s BIT 2020.
One of the more sought-after Cuban dishes by travelers from abroad is the "congri" rice, despite the fact that Europeans look askance at Cuban cuisine due to the high content in grease and condiments.
Published by eTurboNews etn Tourism is doing well in Cuba, and visitors are continuing to enjoy their holidays after today’s 7.7. earthquake off the Cuban coast. Dr. Enrique Arango Arias, head of Cuba’s National Seismological Service, told state media that there had been no serious damage or injuries reported. Airports ...
New Orleans and Cuban brass musicians paraded joyously through Havana on Wednesday as part of the city’s annual jazz festival and in defiance of the Trump administration’s efforts to weaken U.S.-Cuba relations.