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Cuba Face-To-Face • Mar 3-10, 2018

CUBA FACE-TO-FACE (LAND)

Tour runs: March 3-10, 2018

Though just 90 miles from the United States, Cuba remains a mystery to most Americans. Now, during an in-depth visit, experience this enigmatic island through the eyes of its people. Discover Havana during specially arranged people-to-people meetings. Enjoy privileged access to the country’s arts community and experts including the Ludwig Foundation for the Arts, the National Museum of Fine Arts, and the Museum of the Revolution. Savor Cuban cuisine at lively restaurants and at traditional paladares (privately owned restaurants), and get to know our warm and hospitable neighbors to the south.
 

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 HIGHLIGHTS  The Heart of the City • Stay at the Hotel Saratoga, in Havana’s UNESCO-recognized Old City  Hemingway’s Hideaway • See Hemingway’s house Finca Vigía in the hilltop village of San Franciso de Paula  The Art of Cuban Dance • Watch a rehearsal of the Contemporary Dance Company of Cuba  The Inside Scoop • Engage in conversation with locals about culture, politics and the economy  International Relations • Attend a briefing at the U.S. Embassy

HIGHLIGHTS

The Heart of the City • Stay at the Hotel Saratoga, in Havana’s UNESCO-recognized Old City

Hemingway’s Hideaway • See Hemingway’s house Finca Vigía in the hilltop village of San Franciso de Paula

The Art of Cuban Dance • Watch a rehearsal of the Contemporary Dance Company of Cuba

The Inside Scoop • Engage in conversation with locals about culture, politics and the economy

International Relations • Attend a briefing at the U.S. Embassy

 ACCOMMODATIONS: HOTEL SARATOGA  Located in Old Havana, the historic Hotel Saratoga reopened in 2005 after an extensive refurbishment that preserved the original façade. Renowned in the 1930s for the international artists and socialites who stayed here, today’s Saratoga caters to discerning travelers with interests in history and culture as well as Havana’s famous nightlife. From its prime location on the Paseo del Prado opposite the iconic Capitolio building, the Saratoga features a rooftop pool, restaurant, and bar with views of the city, as well as a lobby restaurant, mezzanine bar, business center, spa, and fitness center. All rooms have air conditioning, a shower and separate bathtub, hairdryer, safe, minibar, telephone, satellite TV, and DVD player.

ACCOMMODATIONS: HOTEL SARATOGA

Located in Old Havana, the historic Hotel Saratoga reopened in 2005 after an extensive refurbishment that preserved the original façade. Renowned in the 1930s for the international artists and socialites who stayed here, today’s Saratoga caters to discerning travelers with interests in history and culture as well as Havana’s famous nightlife. From its prime location on the Paseo del Prado opposite the iconic Capitolio building, the Saratoga features a rooftop pool, restaurant, and bar with views of the city, as well as a lobby restaurant, mezzanine bar, business center, spa, and fitness center. All rooms have air conditioning, a shower and separate bathtub, hairdryer, safe, minibar, telephone, satellite TV, and DVD player.

 WHEN IN HAVANA  Meet the people of Havana, record their oral histories and understand their loves, joys and challenges through the years. Share your own stories and together enrich your experience with the people of Cuba.

WHEN IN HAVANA

Meet the people of Havana, record their oral histories and understand their loves, joys and challenges through the years. Share your own stories and together enrich your experience with the people of Cuba.

 TODAY'S HAVANA  Contemporary Havana can essentially be described as three cities in one: Old Havana, Vedado, and the newer suburban districts. The city is the center of the Cuban government and home to various ministries, headquarters of businesses and over 90 diplomatic offices. Explore each section and find out what makes Havana so special.  Tour Runs: January 20-27, 2018   DOWNLOAD BROCHURE/FULL ITINERARY    BOOK TODAY

TODAY'S HAVANA

Contemporary Havana can essentially be described as three cities in one: Old Havana, Vedado, and the newer suburban districts. The city is the center of the Cuban government and home to various ministries, headquarters of businesses and over 90 diplomatic offices. Explore each section and find out what makes Havana so special.

Tour Runs: January 20-27, 2018

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