Between rolling mountains and dazzling shores, fine cigars and vintage cars, Cuba captivates visitors with its abundant tropical pleasures and cultural treasures. White-sand beaches entice sun worshippers by day, and clubs pulsing with Afro-Cuban jazz own the night.

In Havana, locals debate baseball on street corners shaded by royal palms and neo-classical buildings while Studebakers whiz past. In the colonial town of Trinidad, villagers gather in plazas lit by wrought-iron lamps, and in the countryside, tobacco fields tended by guajiros (farmers) spread across the Viñales Valley.

Havana | February 2 / 2016
In this historic seaport, long known as the Key to the New World, classic American cars clatter along streets lined with ...

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Introducing Cuba | February 2 / 2016
Cuba's geographic heart beats with the rhythms of Afro-Cuban music, of turquoise waves crashing on white-sand beaches...

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History | February 2 / 2016
Ever since Christopher Columbus called the largest of the Antilles islands “the most beautiful thing human eyes ever beheld,” ...

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