The Cuban archipelago, full of natural, historic and cultural attractions, also holds dreamlike tourist sceneries.
In that regard, Cuba offers traditional sun and beach options, which are a key element in the development of the tourism industry.
The Caribbean Island also offers more than 70,000 square kilometers of insular platform and some 5,000 kilometers of coasts, which are bathed by the Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean Sea.
Nearly 6,500 species of fish, crustaceans, sponges and mollusks, as well as many varieties of corals, turn the island into one of the best-preserved ecosystems in the region.
The archipelago's geographic location turns Cuba into a corridor for migratory birds that travel long distances from North America to South America and vice versa.
Natural and biosphere reserves, natural landscapes and protected areas make up a wide range of offers that are well preserved and are unique in the region.
In addition, Cuba's panorama is complemented by a wide range of tourist offers, including specialized fairs and events.
Every year, congress and incentive tourism attracts a growing number of entrepreneurs, who are interested in both leisure and business opportunities.
Cultural festivals and artistic fairs, including music, cinema and literature, are among the main offers for vacationers.
Movie theaters in both Havana and other provinces screen films from the Americas every year, during the Latin American New Film Festival, which has become one of the most attractive cinematographic events in the region.
The island nation has also inherited the Spanish architectural wealth and the European influence that followed the colonial period.
Precisely, that element turns the Cuban capital, one of the first seven villages founded by the Spanish conquistadors and initially called San Cristóbal de La Habana, and especially its historic heart, into a key element in many tourist programs.
Old Havana covers an area of 4.5 square kilometers and has a rich colonial architecture and centuries-old customs and traditions.