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Managua is the capital city of Nicaragua. It is the largest city of the country and its name originates from the indigenous language, meaning "adjacent to the water" or "surrounded by water".
Founded in the 16th century by Spanish explorers and clergy, feared and plagued by pirates, and subsequently occupied by the USA prior to the revolution, today Havana – “The City of Columns” – is an ancient capital in a developing country.

Blessed with a phenomenal coastline and some of the country’s best beaches, Holguín province – the fourth-largest in Cuba – is a classic destination for mixing culture and nature.
Las Tunas
Las Tunas, in northeastern Cuba, is famous for its off-the-beaten track, pristine beaches (Covarrubias) and its strong country folk music and dance traditions.
Camaguey City
A big city with a small town’s heart, Camagüey – a UNESCO World Heritage Site – is a lovely spot to wander (and get lost!) meet locals, and soak up the colonial atmosphere.
Granma Province
While many destinations vie for the distinction, Granma Province, in Cuba’s southeastern region, is one of the island’s most historically significant. It also boasts an inviting capital, Bayamo, and natural wonders including a volcanic beach.
Travelers from around the globe agree: seaside Baracoa is one of Cuba’s friendliest and most captivating towns. Since it could only be accessed via the sea until 1964, it has retained a unique identity, culture and cuisine.
Santiago de Cuba City
Known as the ‘Heroic City’, Santiago de Cuba, the island’s second-largest city after Havana, is jam packed with historical sites, traditional music and genuine Caribbean warmth. It’s no wonder some prefer it over all other Cuban cities.
Isla de la Juventud
Isla de la Juventud (Isle of Youth) has been reborn as an island paradise! It is free of mass tourism and is bountiful with natural resources, both underwater and above sea level. For a long time, until the Triumph of the Revolution, one was sent here as a punishment. Today, it is certainly a reward to visit Isla de la Juventud!
Capital and largest city of Haiti.