The Cuban government bans the sale and export of antiques. Hence, there are no stores selling antiques to tourists. Fortunately, there are an abundance of galleries and markets that feature handmade items and artworks, from souvenir-style trinkets and kitsch to collectable pieces.
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.
Travel Maps of Cuba
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.