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We recommend starting your Cuba itinerary with a walking tour of Havana, either self-guided or with a private guide:
Transportation: You can easily walk to all the sights in Havana, but if you need a rest, hail one of the city’s iconic 1950s cars that have been turned into taxis.
It’s a 2-3-hour drive into the countryside to the town and valley of Viñales in the Pinar del Rio region.
Where to stay: Home stays and ranches form the core of the town’s accommodation and provide an authentic insight into Cuban life. Our recommendations are Hotel Rancho San Vicente with its spacious rooms and swimming pool, and Villa Los Reyes, which has a bar, restaurant and rooftop terrace.
Transportation: Buses to Viñales depart from Havana’s main station twice a day. You could also travel by private taxi, which is more expensive but convenient if you want to stop to take photos.
At the end of the day, you can fly home from Havana or consider extending your Cuba vacation with time spent in the city of Cienfuegos, known for its architecture and history, or Varadero with its incredible beaches.