Customs everywhere one looks. Being in Cuba is learning that much of the nation’s culture is still influenced by its colonial past, which makes taking strolls through the streets and stopping to sample the cuisine at authentic Cuban eateries a must-do.

For this Carnival, how about taking in a panoramic view of vintage Cuban automobiles instead of touring the samba schools? Let’s take advantage of Havana’s greatest attractions in style, stopping off at some of the most striking examples of Cuban culture.

The La Habana Forest, one of the biggest urban parks in the world, makes the city even more unique on the banks of the Almendares River. The vibrant colors of Havana’s buildings contrast with the lush greenery of the nature areas. This contrast is also visible from our 5-star hotel’s amazing rooftop.

Not only does the service excite the palate, but the special menus also do so. We visit one of the best paladars in the city, Grados, and then ride a modern, unique bike through various neighborhoods. The route is made even more historic by the walking tours that take you through the historic center of Old Havana, Cienfuegos, and Trinidad’s amazing museums.

Our group will experience Cuban culture through a private salsa class, a cabaret show featuring the nation’s history, and a visit to the Malecón 663 boutique for a tasting of cigars and rum, two of Cuba’s greatest exports.

Apart from the city, Varadero offers 20 km of warm, white sand beaches and turquoise-blue waters for us to unwind on while we close our golden key road.

There are still openings for our Carnival outings, and our groups are small. Speak with our team to start experiencing something new culturally.

The sea, once it casts its spell, holds one in its net of wonder forever.

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