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Cuba is world famous for Cuban Cigars, the Cuban Missile Crisis, Revolution, the Bay of Pigs fiasco, which was an unsuccessful military invasion of Cuba and the one and only Fidel Castro. 11 million people call Cuba there home and it holds the title of being the largest and most populated island in the Caribbean. It is a place where the beauty is everywhere to be seen, where you will find three spectacular mountain ranges, and Cuba is the home to some the best beaches in the world, where we can offer sun holidays and flights to Cuba from Ireland at very affordable rates.
Cuba as a holiday destination is the Caribbean’s largest island and it is located between the Caribbean Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean. It lies 145 km south of Florida’s Key West, nestled between the Bahamas and the Cayman Islands, to the west of Haiti and northwest of Jamaica.
This easy-going, multi-racial population share a great enthusiasm for music. Cuba is the birthplace of the modern rumba, the mambo, the cha-cha-cha and last but not least - salsa. Cuban jazz is also excellent. Wherever you go on this magical island, you are sure to come across music at every turn.
The Cuban capital of Havana is where you will find a quarter of the country’s population of 11 million people. Havana lays claim to being the most beautiful town in the Caribbean. Old Havana is definitely worth a visit, where we can offer last minute holidays and flights to Cuba from Ireland at exceptional rates. Havana is where you will find an absorbing number of colonial palaces, beautiful plazas and captivating cobbled alleys. The Cuban capital was once one of the three richest Spanish cities outside of Spain.
This radiant island is the home to an extensive range of resorts and beaches, which you certainly have to check-out, with all-inclusive holidays and flights to Cuba from Ireland all-year round.
Havana is one city that was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The intangible, intoxicating charm of this lovely old town never fails to impress.
Today, Havana’s old centre retains an interesting mix of Baroque and neoclassical monuments.
Despite its turbulent history, Havana suffered very little damage during the country’s wars and its revolutions. Today, the Cuban capital stands much as it did when it was built more than 100 years ago.
For 400-years, the Royal palm-studded Plaza de Armas has been the seat of authority and power in Cuba. The imposing Palacio de los Capitanes Generales on the west side of the square is one of Cuba’s most majestic buildings and it is definitely worth a visit, where we can offer cheap holidays and flights to Cuba from Ireland at very reasonable fares. It is now home to the Havana City Museum.
One of Ernest Hemingway’s hangouts; Calle Obispo is located off the Plaza de Armas and it is definitely worth exploring, with all-inclusive holidays and flights to Cuba from Ireland always available all-year round. Other landmarks that you have to visit while you are holidaying in Havana include Habana Vieja, Plaza Vieja, The Malecon/Sea Wall and The Christ of Havana. Habana Vieja contains one of the original cities of Havana. It was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Plaza Vieja is a plaza located in Old Havana and every visitor to Cuba should have the opportunity of visiting this spectacular, where we can offer amazing deals on all-inclusive holidays and flights to Cuba from Ireland. The plaza has been the site for executions, bullfights and fiestas down through the years. It is definitely worth a visit, with all-inclusive holidays and flights to Cuba from Ireland always available all-year round.
At the Christ of Havana you will get the chance to explore the 20-metre (66ft) marble statue of Christ, which blesses the city from the hillside of the bay. This statue is very reminiscent of the famous Cristo Redentor in Rio de Janeiro.
After a long day of sightseeing, why don’t you head to the Malecon (Sea Wall). It is an interesting place to visit, with holidays and flights to Cuba from Ireland always available at very reasonable prices. The Malecon is the most popular avenue of Havana, and it is known for its sunsets. It is the avenue that runs along the north coast of the city, beside the sea wall.
Varadero is another popular town, which you have to visit during your Cuban excursion, with last minute holidays and flights to Cuba from Ireland available all-year round. Cuba is the home to an impressive 20 kilometres of golden beaches, which you will be able to enjoy to your heart’s content during your Cuban holiday, where we can offer cheap holidays and flights to Cuba from Ireland at very affordable rates. Those of you who enjoy your time on the beach, you will be happy to know that every conceivable water sport is available here. You will also be able to go swimming with the dolphins, explore the history of the region or just hang by the pool with a pina colada.
The laid-back nature in Cuba makes it an ideal holiday destination for couples and honeymooners who are searching for somewhere to relax and enjoy the good things in life.
There is so much to see and do in Cuba, which will definitely ensure fabulous holiday memories.
I’m sure once you’ve experienced this stunning holiday destination, you will be planning your return visit to Cuba.
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