Cuba: A growing and exciting destination...
Cuba is a destination that has maintained a steady growth in the number tourists who arrive each year to the country and has many possibilities for the realization of all types of tourism, including congresses, meetings and incentives.
Throughout its history it has been known as the Pearl of the Caribbean, the Big Island, and the Key to the Gulf because of its prime location which made it a transit point between Europe and Latin America and many of the Caribbean islands.
Although Cuba is traditionally considered and island, it is actually an archipelago that includes the main island, the Isle of Youth and over 4000 cays and islets that give enormous wealth and many of these keys are part of the development strategy tourism present and future.
Cuba is a place where the stay becomes a pleasant memory: contrasting nature; cities where the colonial and the modern converge; panoramic seabed, syncretic culture and charismatic people.
Their culture is the result of a fusion of races, Cuba is a synthesis of cultures not only reflected in its people but also in the diversity of its artistic and architectural manifestations that proliferate in the country wealth. You can find Influences from African, Spanish and French Heritage.
With spaces of great historical and cultural value, Cuba also has six sites declared World Heritage Sites:
- Old Havana and its fortifications, in Havana, capital of the island. (1982)
- The Villa of Trinidad and the Valley of Ingenios in the province of Sancti Spiritus (1988)
- The Castle of San Pedro de la Roca del Morro in Santiago de Cuba. (1997)
- Archaeological landscape of the first coffee plantations in the southeast of Cuba, in the mountainous area of Santiago de Cuba. (2000)
- Historic Centre of Cienfuegos Cuba -the only city founded by the French- in Cienfuegos. (2006)
- Historic Centre of Camagüey (2008).
On December 7, 2014 Havana was chosen as one of the New 7 Cities World Wonder, within the New 7 Wonders Cities initiative because it "represents the global diversity of urban society," according to said Bernard Weber, president of the organizing foundation. The selection took place from more than 1,200 candidates from 220 different countries in which a panel of experts appointed 28 official candidates finalists was progressively reduced to reach 7 selected.
On the other hand we must bear in mind that throughout the Cuban Archipelago are convention centers, fairgrounds, city hotels, beach and nature with favorable conditions for carrying out all kinds of events, and exceptional places to relax work tensions and worries!!
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