A journey to discover the treasures of Cuba

4 days - 3 nights - in Casa Particular

340€ in double / 390€ in single

Including transport, guided tours in Italian and overnight stays with breakfast


"This is the most beautiful land that human eyes have ever seen".
So said Christopher Columbus after seeing Cuba for the first time.
A route that starts from Havana and winds through central Cuba: Playa Larga, Cienfuegos, Trinidad, Santa Clara ...



  •     April 7th 2023
    • 8 am - Departure from Havana
    • Transfer to Playa Larga in Bay of Pigs
    • Visit to a crocodile breeding place (optional)
    • Lunch not included
    • Transfer to Ciefuegos
    • Guided tour of the city in Italian
    • Dinner not included
    • Overnight at the Casa Particular in Cienfuegos


  •     April 8th 2023
    • 8 am - Departure from Cienfuegos
    • Transfer to Trinidad
    • Free morning on the beach at Playa Ancon
    • Lunch not included
    • Guided tour of the city in Italian
    • Dinner not included
    • Overnight at the Casa Particular in Trinidad


  •     April 9th 2023
    • 8 am - Departure from Trinidad
    • Visit to the Valle de Los Ingenios
    • Visit to the Managa Iznaca Tower
    • Transfer to Santa Clara
    • Lunch not included
    • Visit to the Mausoleum of Che
    • Dinner not included
    • Overnight at the Casa Particular in Santa Clara


  •     April 10th 2023
    • Breakfast at the Casa Particular
    • Guided tour of the city
    • Lunch not included
    • Transfer to Havana airport

Info & costs


€ 350 in double room
€ 390 in single room


  • Overnight stays in double / twin room with private bathroom and continental breakfast
  • Transport by Microbus
  • Guided tours in Italian
  • Meals (except for breakfasts)
  • Tips
  • Friday 7th / Monday 10th April 2023
For information and reservations
tel. +39 340 673 8240
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This beautiful island in the center of the Caribbean represents one of the most multifaceted travel destinations in the world: from the crystalline waters of the Caribbean Sea, through the history of the Cuban Revolution, to the splendid natural parks!


The history of Cuba against the backdrop of a natural paradise

Sleeping listening to the sound of the sea, walking on the sand sipping a mojito, diving in search of the seabed, this offers a place still little traveled by tourists. Playa Larga also has an important history. It was one of the two beaches where Cuban exiles landed on April 17, 1961, and with the support of the United States, attempted to invade Cuba.


" The French heart of Cuba ''

City declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, divided into two parts: the central area with the Paseo del Prado and the Parque Martí, and the area of Punta Gorda, a line of land that cuts through the bay with its twentieth-century buildings.


One of the best preserved colonial cities in the Americas. A place where time stopped in 1850

Unesco World Heritage Site since 1988, it was the third city founded by the Spanish crown in Cuba, by Diego Velázquez in 1514. The life of the city revolves around Plaza Mayor, a quiet square in the historic center, bordered by a quartet of extraordinary buildings. Strolling, you will reach the Iglesia Parroquial de la Santísima Trinidad, the tower of the convent of San Francisco de Asís and the beautiful gardens, immersing yourself in an ancient atmosphere.

A few kilometers from Trinidad is the Valle del los Ingenios where it will be possible to visit the 19th century sugar mills and the Manaca Iznaga Tower from which the landowners controlled slave labor.


To relive the history of the Cuban Revolution

Fundamental in the last battle of the Cuban Revolution, it was also the first city to be liberated from “Che”, in 1958, by the Batista regime. Santa Clara is home to the Che Guevara Mausoleum, a memorial site, built on a hill overlooking the city, where a flame lit by Fidel Castro on October 17, 1997 burns continuously. The mausoleum houses the remains of Che Guevara and his companions who died in Bolivia but the history of the Revolution is also told with relics and photographs. Santa Clara is today a young and culturally lively city that hosts the most prestigious Cuban University, after that of Havana.