This is the ideal time to discover the country and its riches. You will have time to walk around the island from one end to the other without necessarily hurrying.

  • Day 1: Arrival in Havana. See the short stay.
  • Day 2. Havana. Visit of the Habana Vieja. Discovery of the historical heart of the capital, UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Day 3. Havana. Visit the Museo de la Revolución and the Plaza de la Revolución. Discovery of the Centro Habana neighborhood, less touristic than the others, and lunch in the small Chinatown. Evening in a paladar of the Vedado and outings to a trendy bar in the Miramar district.
  • Day 4 and 5. Departure for Viñales. Stroll in this village with pretty colorful houses in the middle of nature. The landscape has been declared a natural heritage site by UNESCO. Stroll around the mogotes on foot or on horseback.
  • Day 6 and 7. Varadero. Paradise beach during the day and big fiesta in the evening, in one of the many bars or clubs of the seaside resort.
  • Day 8. Drive to Santa Clara to visit, among others, the Che memorial.
  • Day 9. Departure for Trinidad. Discovery in the late afternoon and evening of the best preserved colonial city in the country.
  • Day 10 and 11. Trinidad. Visit of the colonial historic center classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, then the Valley of los Ingenios and its sugar past. Swimming and sunbathing in Playa Ancon.
  • Day 12 and 13. Departure for Morón, ideal starting point to reach the cayos of the north of the island. Cayo Los Ensenachos, Santa María and Cayo Coco offer magnificent white sand beaches.
  • Day 14. Direction Santiago de Cuba early in the morning. Arrival at the end of the day due to the long trip from Morón. Stroll around the Parque Cespedes then aperitif on the panoramic terrace of the nearby Casa Granda hotel to get a global view of the city and take pictures of the mythical Sierra Maestra on the horizon.
  • Day 15 and 16. Santiago de Cuba. Visit of the city and the casco histórico. Discovery of the different squares (Plaza Marte, Plaza de Dolores, etc.). Visit of the Carnival Museum.
  • Day 17. Baracoa. Stroll in the lush nature then walk on the malecón with a stop at the statue of Christopher Columbus. Visit of the Parroquial Church of Nuestra Señora Asunción de Baracoa.
  • Day 18 and 19. Bayamo. Morning dedicated to the rather long journey between Baracoa and Bayamo. Visit of the town in the afternoon. The next day, hike in the Sierra Maestra not far from Bayamo, following in the footsteps of the Cuban revolutionaries.
  • Day 20. Return to Havana. Day dedicated to the trip (16 hours by bus or about 11 hours by car) if you don’t take the plane. Those arriving by air will be able to go shopping for souvenirs in La Habana Vieja or Vedado.
  • Day 21. Return flight.

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