15 Reasons Latino Millennials Want to Visit Cuba

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Traveling to Cuba is on the Bucket List for many people, myself included. Although it is difficult for me because I am Cuban-American, that doesn’t mean that I still can’t dream… And part of dreaming, luckily, is stalking all of the beautiful #visitcuba photos on Instagram. Unsurprisingly, traveling to Cuba often involves looking at beautiful architecture and eating lots of Cuban food, of course. But there is more to the Caribbean island than all of that.

The first thing you should know about traveling to Cuba is that it can be tricky, depending on if you’re an American citizen traveling there or going by other means. However, you do have options. You can take a cruise that stops on the island or you can fly (just don’t forget your airplane playlist to pass the time!). But no matter how difficult it is to get there, there’s a reason why Latinx millennials are flocking to the island. It’s not just the beautiful history of Cuban dance (though that helps) or the Cuban films that will inspire your visit, but so much more.

The country is full of rich history and gorgeous views, so the bigger question is who wouldn’t want to travel there ASAP? From the impossibly blue beaches to the incredible vintage cars, here are 15 incredible reasons to visit Cuba if you’re a Latinx millennial.

Here is one of the most iconic sites in Havana. This is the facade of the Ministry of Interior building as seen from Plaza de la Revolución. The square is very large and is dominated by the large memorial to Jose Marti. Opposite the memorial is the building you see here. Best visited in a convertible classic car! . . . . . . . #havana #hiphavana #thisiscuba #cuba #habana #lahabana #cuban #havanacuba #explorecuba #cubatourism #visitcuba #exploringtheglobe
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One of the most iconic buildings in Havana (and the site of many photos).

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