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   Tuesday, November 24, 2020 

CubaHave a look at Havana - Getaway Location

By Jason Markum

 Travel / Destination     

Deciding on a holiday vacation travel getaway can be a slightly demanding ordeal for many families. Sure, you could easily go to the same old tedious cities that everyone else travels to like Walt disney World or the Grand Canyon or Branson Missouri's Silver Dollar City... or you can branch out to just a little more amazing but still boring places like Paris or London or even Hong Kong; and while these are relatively greater choices, they're still the same old unexciting things that just about everybody does.

Why not choose a holiday that is a bit more incredible and absolutely more enjoyable?

Might possibly I recommend Havana Cuba?

Havana has many things going for it and not the least of all is the fact that it's so very close in proximity to the U . S ., geographically speaking. This means that you won't spend all of your time sitting in an airplane when you could be savouring a gem of the Caribbean.

Yes, it's true that Havana is still a region in a communist nation, one of the very last communist countries left on the entire world to be specific; but you should really be entirely free from danger nonetheless.

This isn't your ordinary vacation with your common vacationer attractions. You can expect to check out fabulous Spanish colonial architectural mastery as well as breathtakingly gorgeous shores instead of the same cookie cutter tourist shops found anywhere else.

Havana is the capital of Cuba but it doesn't have the typical shopper trappings that you might expect in a regular capital town.

Cuba is the biggest island in the Caribbean with 750 miles of mountain ranges (including the Sierra Maestra, the Cordilla de los Organos, and the Sierra del Escambray) and miles of vast exquisite plains. It has over 200 unique looking bays and nearly 300 beautiful beaches.

The most terrible time of year to go is between May and November simply because this is the rainy season when you can get ensnared in horrible weather including, potentially, hurricanes. Any other time of the year you can anticipate a wonderful vacation.

What exactly is there to do in Havana? It's a good question. The simple answer is you can pick yourself a beach that you like and just settle down for a week or two. If you want a little more action then you can always explore the rich way of life, the music, food, and even the art of the area. And there's always the mountains too!

Fidel Castro has been sick for a long time now and his brother Raul operates the government these days. Raul is seen as more receptive to the Western world and Cuba as a whole is slowing beginning to open up. Now's the time to take advantage of this exceptional travel destination possibility!

Most people don't think of Cuba as a vacationer destination but if you don't want to be like every body else then I highly recommend you take a serious look at everything Cuba has to offer. You'll be more than thrilled you did.

 About the Author     

Jason Markum runs an Capresso web site where he also reviews the best Capresso Espresso Machine around. He has been an article writer online for well over 13 years and also enjoys competitive boating and drag racing.

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