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Cuba is a country with an irresistible charm and palpable magic to it. You can feel the history in the cities as you take in the architecture, the sounds and smells of the markets, and the culture of the people.

The island has some incredible beaches with white sands and clear blue seas. However, there is so much more to Cuba than beautiful beaches. From swamps to mountains, the island is filled with natural beauty that will take your breath away.

While Cuba has a complicated history which has given it something of a reputation, you should expect the unexpected when you visit. You are sure to be surprised by what you find.

5 Things You Need to Know About Cuba

Before your visit to Cuba, you should familiarise yourself with some of the key information about the island. Here are just a few of the things you should know:

Time Difference: GMT -5 hours
Currency: Cuban Peso
Native Language: Spanish
Weather: the island has a tropical climate with warm weather with a rainy season from May to October and a dry season from November to April.
Sales Tax: Between 2-10% depending on the product type

Flying to Cuba from the UK

You should have as much information about your flights before you leave so you are fully prepared for your journey to Cuba. Here is everything you should know about flight times, entry requirements and airlines that fly to the island:

Flight Times

There are a number of airports that you could fly into when visiting Cuba, so your flight time will depend on which part of the island you arrive at. If you were to fly to Havana, which is on the western side of the island, your flight would be roughly 14 hours, with one stop.

Entry Requirements

If you’re visiting Cuba as a tourist, you’ll need to acquire a tourist visa before your visit. You should also be aware that you may be subject to health screenings when you arrive in the country. This is to stop the spread of infectious diseases like Zika. You can find out more about entry requirements here.

Airlines that Fly to Cuba

There are plenty of airlines that fly between the UK and Cuba, these include:

- Aeroflot
- Aeroméxico
- Air Europa
- American Airlines
- British Airways
- United Airlines

The Airport

There are ten international airports dotted around Cuba, but here are some of the most popular ones which you are most likely to visit:

José Martí International Airport (HAV)

This airport is located just 15km southwest of Havana, the capital and largest city in Cuba. This means that the airport is the busiest on the island and can serve more than 5.5million passengers every year.

Juan Gualberto Gómez International Airport (VRA)

Located just 5km from the village of Carbonera, this airport serves the city of Vardero and the surrounding areas, handling roughly 1.3million passengers per year.

Popular Routes

When flying to Cuba, it’s likely that you will need to make a stop along the way. Each airline chooses different locations for their stops, so this could be anywhere from Madrid to Miami.

10 Must-Do Things in Cuba

There is no end to the exciting things you can see and do when you visit Cuba. Here are just some of our favourites:

- Viñales Valley
- El Capitolio
- Old Havana
- Museum of the Revolution
- Tropes de Collantes
- Che Guevara Mausoleum
- Alejandro de Humboldt
- Josone Park
- Malecón
- Cayo Largo del Sur

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