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Coaches in Cuba - Astro and Viazul There are two main coach companies providing island-wide transport in Cuba: AstroBus and Viazul. Astro caters mostly to Cuban residents and intrepid travellers. Most of the seats are available for purchase only to residents with a valid ID, and just a few are available for foreigners albeit at higher rates. Overall its ...


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The official place to exchange currencies is CADECA, this entity purchases and sell certain currencies according to Cuban Central Bank Rates. These rates are updated daily. You can find CADECAs in the airport, and in major cities. Exchange rates should be the same country wide. Note that you will be exchanging your GBP for CUC and not for Cuban Peso, ...


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I've only ever done all-inclusive in Cuba, where the best way to exchange money is at the resort - more because it's the only reasonably simple way to do it than because you get the best rates. Cuba likes to keep control of the exchange process. I doubt that exchanging money at the airport is substantially worse than exchanging it at a hotel. Cubans really ...


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Strictly speaking travelling to Cuba isn't illegal. The US doesn't have exit controls, so it's citizens are allowed to travel wherever in the world they want. What the US does have is a very strict embargo with Cuba. Effectively this means in order to travel to Cuba a US citizen or resident needs a licence to spend money there. These licences, which ...


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According to the US Department of State, Tourist travel to Cuba is prohibited under U.S. law for U.S. citizens and others under U.S. jurisdiction. Legally traveling to Cuba as a US Citizen requires a reason specified under one of several types of licenses to do so. General & Specific Licenses for Travel: The U.S. Department of the Treasury’s ...



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