US citizens are not permitted to travel to Cuba without special permission from the Department of Treasury. This also includes "payment for air travel to Cuba".
Source: U.S. Department of Treasury, Office of Foreign Assets Control, Part 515 Cuban Assets Control
Whether you get caught or not is another matter (they won't stamp your passport), but personally ...
As you have apparently found, due to the fact that the trade embargo with Cuba remains, you can't book on any US websites, nor any US based websites. That means not only the obvious "US version of Foo.com", but also "any other country like the UK's version of US-based Foo.com". (Insert many major hotel booking websites here). If you try, you either can't ...
There is a small musical instruments store in Havana, in a place called "El Boulevard de San Rafael", it's a pedestrian street and the store is about 300 meters from Hotel Inglaterra.
If you prefer, you could also post an add on the website revolico.com before traveling there (this is similar to kijiji, craigslist etc, very popular in Cuba) saying "busco ...
There is a company that specializes in tours and/or rentals of nostalgic cars. They can be found at NostalgiCar. They provide various tours, as well as airport transfers, but also provide the ability to rent the cars full time.
Use cubajet.com to buy tickets online. This service supports payment by Visa and MasterCard. Also you may use Maestro card.
As alternative, you always may buy tickets directly in airport. There are official desks of Cubana and Airmexico airlines inside International Airport of Cancun.
But remember to buy ticket at least 4-5 days before the flight. When ...
It seems this year the season ended earlier than usual, the finals already took place end of January.
On top of that, many Cuban players are currently busy with the World Baseball Classic. I would not expect ...
There are public phones in Cuba, and they look like this
In order to call you need phone card (tarjeta propia) sold at ETECSA stores, it has blue color. Phone cards are sold in CUCs ($5, $10, and $20) and in Cuban national currency (3, 5, and 7 pesos).
Addresses of ETECSA stores are listed here.
UPDATE: there are three types of phones in Cuba though:
Tips for independent travellers to Cuba:
If you can’t get a seat, persistent private taxi drivers (boteros)
outside all bus stations will gather up travellers and charge them the
same as or less than Víazul. It’s a door-to-door service but nervous
passengers should be aware that they drive like the wind.
It shouldn't be a problem to get ...
Found info on Cuba - Get around - Viazul:
Reservations can be made in advance on their website, but this is
typically only necessary when leaving from or going to popular
destinations in high season. Reservations can also be made at a Viazul
ticket office (usually located at or near the place where the buses
stop). If the bus is full, it’s very ...
Depending on your query ot seems like you are holding Indian passport and ONLY landing on Amsterdam just to boarding another flight destine towards other destinations.
Have a look on https://www.netherlandsandyou.nl/travel-and-residence/visas-for-the-netherlands/airport-transit-visa
There is details of requirement for anyone touching ground even if for 1....