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Plan a Trip to Cuba with Moon Travel Guides

Helpful maps and articles to make your vacation a success.

Discover Cuba

Cuba is endless possibility. Explore forest trails, diamond-dust beaches, murky swamplands, deep caves and undersea reefs. Experience the history of colonial plazas and the color of art deco mansions. Visit the birthplace of Cuba’s lively musical heritage and lose yourself in the rhythm of its zestful spirit.

Award-winning travel writer Christopher P. Baker guides you to the best of Cuba. His years of experience bring you an unvarnished look at travel practicalities with a mix of blog posts and articles excerpted from the newest edition of Moon Cuba.

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Travel Maps of Cuba

Download free, printable maps of Cuba for your personal use.

Currently available from the pages of our travel guides are over sixty maps of Cuba. Maps cover popular vacation destinations like Havana and its neighborhoods to the premier beach resort of Varadero to off-the-beaten-path areas like Granma province.

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Travel map of Cuba (west).

Cuba (west)

Travel map of Cuba (east)

Cuba (east)

Get Inspired With Our Most Recent Cuba Articles

From deep-sea treasures in waters the color of peacock feathers to a sultry and spontaneous musical spirit to the cobbled plazas of incredibly preserved colonial cities, the outstanding diversity of Cuba awaits. Here are our four most recent articles to get you started or you can browse all Cuba content.

Flamenco in Havana. Photo © Theodor Hensolt, licensed Creative Commons Attribution.

Where to See Tango and Flamenco in Havana

Colonial architecture as seen on a Havana street. Photo © Gareth Williams, licensed Creative Commons Attribution.

Cuban Colonial Architecture

Cuba boasts the New World’s finest assemblage of colonial buildings. Spanning four centuries, these palaces, mansions, churches, castles, and more simple structures catalog a progression of styles. Learn how to identify the earmarks of each style in your travels throughout Cuba.

Jazz cafe in Havana. Photo © Christopher P. Baker.

Havana’s Jazz Scene

Havana’s jazz scene is hopping with plenty of prime nightlife and supper club acts as well as matinee and afternoon performances. Here’s where to go for the local greats and young up-and-comers.

Entrance gate to the United Hebrew Congregation Cemetery in Guanabacoa, Cuba.

Jewish History and Heritage Sites in Cuba

A brief look at Jewish history in Cuba from the arrival of Luis de Torres in 1492 as the first Jew in Cuba to the high point of the community mid-20th century to today. A handful of Jewish heritage sites remain open to the public, including Cuba’s oldest synagogue and a Holocaust museum.