Cuba, the largest island in the Caribbean, is nearly as big as England. If your time is restricted you should decide which end of the island you would prefer to see in detail. If you have got all the time in the world, then start at one end and work your way to the other. An excellent road runs all the way from Havana to Santiago down the centre of the island, passing through many of the important cities, with side roads off to other interesting places. Use our selection of itineraries as a guideline for what is possible within different time frames, and have a look at our sections on when and where to go.
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