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CUBA -- Highlights


Cuba famously sits just 90 miles from the United States — a stone’s throw, really — but in a lot of ways, could any other spot on the globe be further away? For decades throughout the Cold War and beyond, visiting Cuba was impossible for nearly all Americans, more of a dream than a vacation.

But today, this traveler’s jewel seems to sit a little bit closer — it’s just a Carnival cruise away! Visit the island during select Caribbean itineraries and experience the history-rich capital city that recently turned 500 — the incomparable Havana is at once a Caribbean time capsule and a living, breathing metropolis that’s home to two million.    

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Havana, Cuba

Cuba’s capital Havana has traditionally been the kind of destination where dreaming will have to do — it’s been off-limits to most Americans for over a half-century. But now this metropolis, which looks and feels and hums with an energy unlike any other city in the world, is within reach! Book a Carnival cruise to Havana and get ready to walk the streets, see the cars and meet the people on a vacation featuring authentic cultural exchange. 

​Havana, Cuba
Let’s look at Havana by the numbers: 500 years of history, 2 million residents, 0 places like it in the world. But the figures only begin to explain the Caribbean metropolis of la Habana, Cuba’s capital. For answers, look to the symbols — from the distinct blend of classical and modern architecture to the wide and walkable El Malecon seawall, from the iconic El Morro Castle to the famous American classic cars… none newer than midcentury but most pridefully done up in a fresh coat of paint. Is there a more apt symbol of Havana as a place poised for the future with one foot Read More

Let’s look at Havana by the numbers: 500 years of history, 2 million residents, 0 places like it in the world. But the figures only begin to explain the Caribbean metropolis of la Habana, Cuba’s capital. For answers, look to the symbols — from the distinct blend of classical and modern architecture to the wide and walkable El Malecon seawall, from the iconic El Morro Castle to the famous American classic cars… none newer than midcentury but most pridefully done up in a fresh coat of paint. Is there a more apt symbol of Havana as a place poised for the future with one foot squarely, and confidently, in the past? Cruise to Havana and explore the narrow backstreets, the wide waterfront boulevards and all the unique Cuban culture in between.

Find out more about the unique government requirements involved in this destination, and how Carnival helps take care of them for you.

Visit “La Esquina Caliente” in Havana’s Parque Central, where baseball fans gather to intensely debate the greats.
Have your fortune read by a santero in Cathedral Square.
Spend an evening at the legendary Tropicana cabaret — take in an amazing performance on the stage where the Vegas-style show was born.
Read into things at the booksellers’ market in Plaza de Armas
​Note:
President Trump made an announcement regarding changes to U.S.-Cuba policy. Because there has been a lot of confusion regarding the new policy, we wanted to take a minute to outline how it impacts the travel industry.
 In summary, here’s what you need to know regarding the new policy:
Group people-to-people travel will remain permitted.
The provision for self-certified individual people-to-people travel (FIT) has been eliminated. (In-other-words, Americans may not book their own hotel and flight and conduct self-guided people-to-people activities.) 
Yes, bringing back rum, cigars, art and other souvenirs is still legal!






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