Cuban music is very rich and is the most commonly known expression of Cuban culture. Here are some of the best festivals.
This is a music festival held in the city of Santa Clara. In remembrance of one of the greats of traditional Cuban trova, Manuel Corona. The event includes theoretical meetings, informal get-togethers and the traditional walk to Caibarién, Corona’s hometown, on the 9th.
This popular event attracts people from countries all around the world, especially Spanish speaking countries. Starting in Havana in, the fair travels around Cuba’s main cities. Bringing together the best in local and international literature.
The is Cuba's most important festival for cigars lovers. Over the years, the Festival keep intact its spirit of celebration and homage to the best tobacco in the world. For a week, Habano lovers from around the world gather in Cuba to participate in the activities.
There are many jazz festivals at different times of the year but the famous one is The Havana Jazz Festival in February, attracting excellents line-up of jazz musicians - both local and international.
The most ancient popular celebration of this city, Cubans go all out in the months of July and August with parades, street parties, colourful costumes, wild dancing, conga lines, fireworks and traditional music.
Travelers who will spend Christmas in Cuba should go to the small town of Remedios just outside of Santa Clara. These celebrations are considered the oldest in Cuba. Events include street parades with rumba percussion ensembles, music, an exhibition of floats and fireworks.
Travelling along the north coast of Cuba from Havana to Varadero we will know El Malecón and two of The Cuban engineering wonders: the tunnel of Havana bay and the Bacunayagua Bridge, we will dive in the cold and crystalline waters of Saturn cave and as a final climax we will enjoy and swim into the warm waters of Varadero beach.
Starting from the Aptofive Hostel in Nuevo Vedado neighborhood, we invite you to take a car trip through out the Malecón. During our trip along the boardwalk we'll feel the throbbing of Havana's life. We' ll revive a time of corsairs and pirates, walls and closing of doors: in short, we will live a unique and unforgettable experience.