Lonely Planet Cuba by Lonely PlanetLonely Planet guides are, quite simply, like no other. New York
The ultimate, most comprehensive guide to travelling in Cuba
includes up-to-date reviews of the best places to stay, eat, sights, cultural
information, maps, transport tips and a few best kept secrets - all the
essentials to get to the heart of Cuba.
This guide is the result of over
3 months of research by 2 dedicated authors and local experts who immersed
themselves in Cuba, finding unique experiences, and sharing practical and honest
advice, so you come away informed and amazed.
Inside Lonely Planet Cuba:
Full color styling and images
Pull-out city map of Havana
A brilliant new page layout for fast and hassle-free reading while on the
Itineraries organized by region or length of trip
Up-to-date recommended points-of-interest - covering eating, sleeping, going
out, shopping, activities and attractions
In-depth features and 3D plans to uncover the worlds iconic sights
Our latest trip planning tools to help you get around smoothly
Additional sections including Top Experiences, History, Food, Music &
Dance, Literary Cuba, the future of Cuba, and an A-Z survival guide.
Scalable maps - enabling you to zoom in for greater detail
Comprehensive interlinking - hundreds of links to enable you to seamlessly
flip between pages, jump between maps and reviews, or visit the websites of
places we recommend
Search - go straight to what you are looking for with the inbuilt search
Add notes - touch a word to add notes and personalize your guidebook
Bookmark - use bookmarks to quickly return to a page
Dictionary -look up the meaning of any word
Plus pinch and zoom images and scalable font size
Written and researched
by: Brendan Sainsbury and Luke Waterson.
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Read More. One day nothing adds up, the next day everything makes sense. From the theatrical streets of Havana to the deserted beaches of the Isla de la Juventud, Cuba jolts you with its baffling uniqueness. Welcome to a country with no precedent. Other Cuban towns are less spruced up but no less captivating. It doesn't matter where you go, there's always some underappreciated heirloom — a private homestay, a retro-themed restaurant, a dusty museum — showing off its weighty historical heritage.