T: Intensive Experience
LOCATIONS

Havana

A city trapped in time, Havana captures the imagination like no other. Faded glamour meets careful colonial-era reconstruction with a backdrop of irresistible color.


El Malecón, Callejon Hammel, Havana Libre, Old Havana, the Catedral de San Cristóbal, Ballet National de Cuba, Capitol, Plaza Vieja, Castillo de la Real Fuerza, Ambos Mundos, Bodeguita del Medio and Mojito with Ernest Hemingway, Cabaret Tropicana, American Cars Tour, Hotel National, Fabrica de Arte Cubana, Coppelia, Casablanca.


Salsa music, open-air bazaars and parties that last all night!

Trinidad

Trinidad is Cuba’s best preserved colonial city, a unique mix of 1850’s architecture & 1950’s cars that feels frozen in time.

Much of the architecture remains, one of the best-preserved historic towns in North America, becoming a UNESCO World Heritage Site.


Walk down cobblestone streets, listen to live music in the plaza, cool off with fresh sugar cane juice, hop into a horse-drawn carriage, chat with locals, or visit fascinating colonial museums.

Plaza Mayor, Convento de San Francisco, Museo de Arquitectura, La Canchánchara, Playa Ancon, Canchanchara, Topes de Collantes National Park, Valle de Los Ingenios.


Every night around 7pm locals and tourists alike will dance salsa at the open-air Casa de Musica. Order a cocktail and sit down to watch from the wide stone staircase as the sun sets, soaking up the atmosphere.

Santiago

Santiago de Cuba is the most colorful, hot and musical city of the island. The home to rum, cigars and famous Bacardi. The city feels passion for music. It is the birthplace of the son and the bolero. It is the place where the biggest Cuban musicians were born. The Carnival of Santiago de Cuba is the most traditional in the island, joyful as only a few can be and represents the perfect occasion for you to discover the customs and traditions of Santiago. Of course, you can’t leave without trying out the aromatic rum of Santiago de Cuba, the one that has its origins in the XIX century and that blends the old with the new.


Parque Cespedes, Casa Diego Velazquez, Catedral de Nuestra Senora de la Asuncion, Ayuntamiento, Jose a Saco Street, Cementerio santa Ifegenia, Cayo Granma, Casa de la Trova, Tropicana, Cuartel Moncada, Fidel Castro House, Castillo de San Pedro de la Roca del Morro, Cafe Rumba, Hotel Casa Granda.


Santiago has its own rhythm. History, music and festivities, this is a city of warm and hospitable people. It is also the hometown of Jose Maria Heredia, one of the most popular Cuban poets in the world.

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