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Havana International Trade Fair: 35 Years Open to the World

Turned into the principal commercial mart of Cuba and the Caribbean, the Havana International Trade Fair (FIHAV) will celebrate from October 30 to November 3, 2017 its 35th edition. The EXPOCUBA fairgrounds will again be the venue of this event … Continued

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The Floridita, Havana’s most famous bar. Photo: Lifestyle

Two centuries with the Floridita

In the Floridita you can have 17 types of daiquiris: coconut, strawberry, mint, kiwi, mango…are among the options for visitors to the most famous of Havana’s bars. Its bartenders even offer a non-alcoholic variant so the teetotalers and children can … Continued

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JetBlue opens two new offices in Cuba

The U.S. airline JetBlue opened two new commercial offices in Havana to develop more its operations in Cuba. One of the offices is located in Terminal 3 of José Martí International Airport and the other in a commercial center on … Continued

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Dorian, Style, Color, Art

Dorian is an artist who works miracles with the color and the scissors. Known by many as the hairdresser of the artists, he is the creator of the image that quite a few famous persons currently presume of (their hairstyles). … Continued

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Photo by Alain Gutiérrez

Travel to Cuba in the Trump Stage

In its process of interaction and engagement with Cuba, the former U.S. administration gradually modified the regulations of the Cuban Assets Control (CACR) to work in favor of its own objectives: “to get involved with and empower the Cuban people,” … Continued

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Central American Bank for Economic Integration (BCIE). Photo: bcie.org.

Cuba enters Central American Bank for Economic Integration

  The Central Bank of Cuba (BCC) this Monday signed in Havana the island’s insertion into the constitutive agreement of the Central American Bank for Economic Integration (BCIE). The signing of the agreement makes Cuba a legal extra-regional partner of … Continued

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A worker collects tobacco leafs on a farm in San Juan y Martínez, in the province of Pinar del Río. Photo: Jorge Luis Baños / IPS.

Cuba introduces two more productive varieties of tobacco

Two new and very productive varieties of Virginia tobacco, used in the production of cigarettes, were successfully introduced in the tobacco plantations of Pinar del Río. The Virginia San Luis 23 and the Virginia San Luis 24 are being tested … Continued

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Photo by Gabriel Guerra Bianchini.

OnCuba suggests: Summer in Havana

A large amount of persons avid to approach our culture, traditions and gastronomy come to the island during the summer. Beyond being a sun and beach destination, Cuba can provide unique, diverse vacations full of history, nature and much charm. … Continued

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A year ago, JetBlue re-inaugurated regular flights between Cuba and the United States. Photo: Ramón Espinosa / AP.

Expert: Flights to Cuba should continue

Aviation expert John Grant considers that Americans’ interest in traveling to Cuba “remains high,” although today it “isn’t looking as bright,” he affirms. In an article published in the specialized AviationPros site, Grant analyses the causes of the reduction in … Continued

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Photo by Orlando Pujols

Melao’s, rediscovering Cuban cuisine

Among the Cuban capital’s diverse gastronomic spaces stands Melao’s, an adventurous and elegant restaurant in unison with a very defined culinary line. This space emerged from a family dream, its greatest objective being to please those who visit it in … Continued

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