For as little as £154.99* you can book flights to Cuba.
* Basic fare, unless indicated otherwise – checked luggage is subject to surcharges. Price per leg and person. Limited seating capacity.
Those who fly to Cuba for fine cigars, rum, salsa bars, American old timers and dreamy beaches won't be disappointed. However, the Caribbean island nation offers so much more than these clichés! Cuba is the largest and most popular island in the Caribbean among tourists and, despite the difficult political situation faced by the socialist nation, the inhabitants are joyful, open-minded and very hospitable. The contrasts are another element that draws tourists. Visitors will find a warm climate all year round, unique nature, cities full of magnificent, colourful colonial buildings and kilometre-long, white sandy beaches.
Cuba's capital city of Havana is one of the most beautiful and cultural metropolises in the Caribbean with many traces of past ages. The historical section of Habana Vieja was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site with more than 900 remaining historical buildings, including many villas, palaces and museums, some of them dating back to the 16th century. The centre of the old town is the square before Havana's impressive cathedral. Use it as your starting place for a walk through the lively lanes and get to know Havana's life-affirming musical scene. The Cubans' love for their culture and music can be felt in every corner.
The main attraction of Cuba is the beaches, where fine white sand, shady palms and turquoise water form the perfect backdrop for your dream holiday. Book flights to Cuba now and spend your trip swinging comfortably in a hammock or diving and snorkelling in the sea for those seeking more action. With a little luck, you will spot natural highlights such as some of the nearly 320 types of Cuban orchids or the smallest bird in the world, the bee hummingbird, while hiking through the wild tropical forests. Those hoping to admire the traditional art of Cuban cigar rolling first-hand can visit any of the many cigar manufacturers who offer tours. Visitors can try out the national beverage, rum, during a visit to the Havana Club museum, or simply enjoy a relaxing mojito at the beach bar.