Travel Blogs from Varadero
... 8211; the fumes drift in off the streets as there are no glass windows – just shutters.
To get out of the city, we spent this morning snorkelling at Playa Coral about 15km away – another bumpy ride in a 'classic’ Chrysler. It’s not actually a beach but a coral shelf from which the reef starts straight away. More crystal clear water and lots of fish (helped by the ecological nightmare of feeding) and a pleasant few hours were spent. A ...
... back to Habana for fairly cheap. Unfortunately we thought the baseball game was at 1 pm but it was the playoffs so the game wasn't til 8 pm at night which means we couldn't see the game. However we did get to check out the baseball stadium and see the oldest baseball stadium in the world (in Matanzas) and hang out a beautiful nearby beach for a lil before heading back to Habana. Tonight, after a nap, Casa de la ...
... hoping that you’ll throw a bit of beef their way. I know it’s an all inclusive cafeteria felix, but you don’t have a hotel band around your little wrist now do you? Go and bother the mugs at table four who appear to think they’re employed by Pet Rescue.
An interesting fact you may or may not know about Cuba is that only locals can retrieve Cuban currency and tourists are not given real cash but instead ‘monopoly money’. I imagine ...
... What are ways in which I can advocate for a better relationship between Cuba and the US?” The bus ride to the Jose Marti International Airport was when I came to the realization that now that I had this information and experience I needed to begin to think about what I could do with it in an effective and constructive way.
After some time went by, we stopped at a place so people could use the ...
... can be imagined, was the Santeria exhibit. Around the perimeter of the room, there were statues of the Santeria deities. Some of the most noteworthy ones were the deity of creation, who was crowned in a chef's hat, a divine messenger who had all the same characteristics as Hermes, and twin deities of protection, whose statues ...
TripAdvisor Reviews Villa DuPont Varadero
Other places to stay in Varadero
Carretera de Las Morlas, Varadero | 4 star hotel
- Excellent new hotel
- Not Impressed.
- Loved Blau Varadero watch where you are walking
Punta Hicacos Final, Varadero | 4 star hotel
- Great Hotel, Great Staff
- I Love the LTI!!!
Ave 1ra e/ 10 & 12, Varadero | 4 star hotel
- OH dear Oh dear ...lots to still learn here
- I don't ask for much but...
- Happy we chose it
Avenida 1ra entre 60 y 64, Varadero | 4 star hotel
- Incredible beach
- Would have liked to stay
- Jan 2004 to Cuba
Calle 9 e/ Boulevard y Ave. Kawama, Varadero | 3 star hotel
- Run for Your Life!!!!
- Very so-so
- Amazing week
Ave. 3ra y Calle 30, Varadero | 2 star hotelfrom $42
- Very Nice cuban flavor
- Worth it !
- WARNING - DO NOT GO THERE!!
Autopista Sur Final, Punta Hicacos, Varadero | 5 star hotelfrom $150
Via Blanca, km 130, Varadero | 2 star hotelfrom $64
- Poor value
- First trip.....
- Pleasantly surprised
Ave. Kawama y Final, Varadero | 3 star hotel
- Great Times!
- Loved every minute of it...
Ave de las Americas Km 3, Varadero | 4 star hotel
- Villa cuba is good
- Value for your money
- Villa Cuba....the real deal
Ave. Kawama y Final, Varadero | 4 star hotel
- Pretty Good for 3 Stars
- Had a great time
- Cheap...Make your own fun !