Cuba's natural, cultural and historic wealth has turned the island nation into a tourist destination par excellence in the Caribbean region.
The country's hotel infrastructure is made up of big establishments and small inns that provide all modern amenities from the world tourist industry.
Cuban hotels welcome thousands of tourists who visit the Caribbean island every year.
Dozens of excellent beaches are distributed throughout the island and are accessible from the cities, which treasure valuable cultural, historic and traditional elements.
One of those cities is the Cuban capital, whose traditions, architecture, culture and Caribbean climate are complemented by hotels and facilities linked to the tourism industry.
Old Havana holds most of the city's museums, churches, cultural centers and buildings from the Spanish colonial period, including 33,000 buildings, most of which were built from the 18th to the 19th centuries.
In central Cuba, Cienfuegos offers a score of libraries, 11 museums, more than 30 movie halls and five theaters, in addition to houses of culture, art galleries and monuments, are visited by both national and foreign tourists every year.
In addition to sun and beach options, Cuba's tourism industry is complemented by several offers, including fairs and specialized meetings, which are attended by businesspeople and experts from al over the world.
Festivals and fairs on music, cinema and literature are among Cuba's major options for vacationers.
At the same time, more than 70,000 kilometers of Cuba's insular platform and 5,000 kilometers of coastline, bathed by the Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean Sea, are available for diving enthusiasts.
Three dozen diving centers operate throughout the country, where divers can take initiation courses and dive in coral reefs and caverns following international standards for that nautical activity.
Cayo Largo del Sur, Varadero, Santa Lucía, Jardines del Rey and the northern keys off Villa Clara province are also excellent places to dive and enjoy Cuba's underwater natural wealth.