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Canada confirmed its status as the main market of tourists to different Cuban destinations, with 284 654 visitors in the first two months of 2013.

The Company CUBANA, the main commercial airline of the island, is evaluating the possibility of restoring its operations in the market of Uruguay.

The largest of the Antilles was the second most visited tourist destination in the Caribbean last year as part of a region that received about 15 million vacationers.

The gastronomic complex La Chorrera, at a few kilometers from the city of Trinidad, highlights for its offerings to thousands of visitors passing by each year.

The company Air Europe prepares new frequencies of flights between Madrid and Havana, in order to meet this market demand.

The agency Insight Cuba, specialized in tourist travel of Americans to the island since 2000, has been attracting a growing group of travelers from the LGBT community (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender).

Apart from being a restaurant, this site has opened its doors also to function as a museum, where visitors can meet local or foreign history of the cacao.

In a city of more than four centuries as Havana, with the combined features of a Historical Centre and a modern architecture, reflected in several hotels and buildings, the presence of traders of old books adds a touch of color to the everyday life of Cubans..

Playa Paraiso in the Cuban tourist destination of Cayo Largo, is considered among the 15 best in the world by the TripAdvisor website.

Professional and amateur players will participate next April, 25 to 27, in the fifth edition of the Montecristo Golf Cup, on its usual venue: Varadero Golf Club, in the famous international resort located about 140 kilometers east of Havana.