Popular international destinations not popular with Americans
Cuba is an island of magnificent scenery, historic treasures – and countless contradictions. Despite recently tightened travel restrictions, Americans still may join people from other countries in visiting that intriguing destination.
In Havana, Cuba, the Spanish guitar strums and American and Russian cars share the roads. Time has slowed and the city is alive.
A group of former Amherst college ballplayers take a once-in-a-lifetime cultural and geographic journey to play in Cuba against talented players.
Cuba exists in a time warp, and travelers are drawn to the bygone 1950s era, complete with pink Pontiac convertibles and a secret Hemingway hangout bar.
Enjoy the spirit of ingenious creativity that makes up the authentic flavor of Cuba.
Avoid the “tourist-only” locales by staying in a private home. You’ll be glad you did!