Articles tagged with Havana
Cuba is known for its American cars but Soviet Ladas are really close to the Cuban heart
You may imagine old Fords, Cadillacs, and Chevrolets when you think of Cuba, but as an article in The Independent tells us, it's the Russian Lada which the Cubans hold really close to their hearts. Read on and find out why!
How artists are mixing creativity with productivity in another Cuban "special period"
The Guardian has published an article about how Cuba's artists, dancers, and musicians are learning new types of creativity during the Coronavirus pandemic just to put food on the table. Read on and find all the details.
Skift reports that Havana has started opening for tourism
Travel media company Skift has published an article co-written by Marc Frank stating that Cuba is slowly opening its main cities to tourism following the opening of beach resorts in November, on account of the encouraging COVID-19 protocols in place. Read on and get the details.
The BBC shines a light on Cuba's charms in Sara Pascoe's new docuseries
The BBC's latest travel docuseries, "Last Woman on Earth" with Sara Pascoe, dedicates its first episode entirely to Cuba's indefatigable beauty and unique charms. Although the series will take the writer and comedian all over the world, this 60-minute prime time slot will throw open Cuba's curtains to a British audience who may not previously have known much about it.
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