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The latest news about major events, activities and attractions in Cuba

European aeronautics consortium Air France and KLM have a new headquarters in the largest of the Antilles, with a view to consolidate operations in the Cuban market.
Known for its mountain landscapes, Viñales offers visitors 11 new trails for the enjoyment of ecotourism.

A group of French tour operators and travel agents arrived in Cuba recently, after rebooting the direct weekly flights of Cubana Airlines to Paris-Santa Clara-Havana route.

Bluebay Salsa Club, a thematic hotel located in the resort of Varadero, began operating in late November taking advantage of the high season of tourism.

Cuba achieved a slight growth in tourist arrivals during the recently concluded 2013 but could not reach the target of three million vacationers, according to tourism sources.

The Elegant Martí Theatre of Havana, a heritage relic of the nineteenth century, mecca of vaudeville, zarzuela and opera, was reopen on February 24th after almost forty years of inactivity, with the renewed splendor returned by a complex restoration.

During the winter 2014-2015, the German airline Airberlin will be increasing its frequency flights to the Caribbean and, at the same time, it will expand its tourism services from Dusseldorf and Munich.

Condor, the German airline, will add to its routes between Europe and Cuba a new link, from next November, with an additional weekly frequency between Varadero and Cologne-Bonn airport.

El "Capri", one of the most emblematic hotels in Havana in the fifties, reopened after a renovation with a touch of “cool retro " that recalls the time when he became a symbol of the presence of American Mafia in Cuba.

Cuba will be next year the destination chosen by the British to spend their vacations in the Caribbean Sea, according to the online travel agency Loveholidays, from UK, cited by the magazine Caribbean News Digital.