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American Airlines will launch the first weekly charter flight from Los Angeles to Havana this Saturday, making it easier for West Coast travelers to... Read More

It’s been non-stop news since the U.S. reopened its embassy in Havana, and Cuba continued to make headlines this week and last. For travelers, the... Read More

Soon after the federal government announced new rules cracking the door wide open for Americans hoping to visit Cuba, ferries and charter flight... Read More

Embassies are reopened, non-stop flights have been added from JFK, and overnight cruises are in the works from Miami, but for many travelers, the true... Read More

The Stars and Stripes are flying over the U.S. embassy in Havana, Cuba for the first time in 54 years. Secretary of State John Kerry visited the country... Read More

When Secretary of State John Kerry raises the American flag at the U.S. embassy in Havana on Friday, he’ll be underscoring what the rest of the world... Read More

Ever since the US and Cuban governments began reestablishing diplomatic ties, travel companies have been clamoring to do business in Cuba. And that... Read More

With the Cuban Embassy reopening in Washington, D.C., this week, room-sharing service Airbnb says it will cover the cost for U.S. travelers booked to... Read More

A Florida bank established the first connection with a Cuban counterpart since President Obama’s December decision to open up relations between the two... Read More

For months T+L has been covering the restoration of diplomatic relations between the United States and Cuba. Today, after more than 50 years, the Cuban... Read More

Cuba’s extensive network of casas particulares made Airbnb’s launch there about plugging into something existing, rather than starting from the ground... Read More

Much has been made of the recent loosening of the travel embargo between the United States and Cuba, and both tourists and industry professionals are... Read More

Demeter Fragrance's oddball scents hold it down when you want to smell like everything from Snow to Sushi(?). OK, they have normal... Read More

When Ernest Hemingway departed Cuba in 1960, he left behind the kind of pack rat’s stockpile a literary scholar can only be grateful for. His home of... Read More

Consider: Cuba is the only country in the world the U.S government has ever restricted its citizens from visiting. (Americans can even go to North Korea... Read More

This is an exciting time for José Parlá. The Brooklyn-based artist known for his vibrant, abstract works inspired by the city recently unveiled a... Read More

Ever since the federal government announced new rules for visiting Cuba in early 2015, opening up the possibility of Cuban tourism for a broad... Read More

The sugarcane-carpeted valleys of Cuba have, for centuries, produced some of the world’s best—and most coveted—rum.  With no shortage of the... Read More

Just 45 minutes out of Miami, about the time it takes to fly from New York to D.C., I am on a chartered jet circling over an island, a nation, and an... Read More

Traveling to Cuba is about to get even easier. On the tail end of CubaKat and United Americas Shipping Services’ announcement that they will pursue... Read More

Earlier this year, the American and Cuban governments sought to reestablish diplomatic ties, opening the floodgates for travel teases like nonstop... Read More

During the heyday of Havana in the 1940s and ’50s, ferries were an extremely popular way to get from the United States to Cuba and back again. And now... Read More

Travel to Cuba is taking another leap forward, care of airfare booking engine, which is the first site to allow American travelers to book... Read More

The approach to Trinidad, midway down Cuba's southern coast, is flanked by the foothills of the Escambray mountain range and a glittering Caribbean sea.... Read More

Peer-to-peer rental behemoth Airbnb has announced that Cuban properties are now available to book on its website. The more than 1,000... Read More

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