Cuba is a popular vacation destination especially with Canadians who flock to its beaches in the wintertime for an inexpensive holiday. With the country opening up to American visitors, Cuba may be on the verge of changing to accommodate many more sun-loving and curious tourists.
Here are five things to do on your visit to this colorful and unique Caribbean island country:
There are many things to see and do in this capital city but there is one inexpensive activity that is a must. It is to stroll the Malecon and Old Havana streets. The Malecon is a seawall sidewalk, a century old promenade that stretches miles from the newer business sector to the old city center. Along the way, you will get to sight-see and to people watch. On one side of your walkway the Caribbean waves splash against the stone walls, and on the other side you will pass by the varied colors and styles of buildings – these colors fading only against the bright hues of the vintage autos on the city streets.