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Cuba Vacations and Tourism Guide  

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Info about Cuba

Overview

Surface:The total land area of Cuba is around 110,860 sq km.

Population:  The population of Cuba is around 11,390,000. Mulattos comprise 51%25 of the population, followed by Caucasians, Africans and the Chinese.

System of government: The Republic of Cuba is a communist state.

Capital: Havana, with a population of around 2,400,000 inhabitants, is the capital city.

Religion: Cuba is traditionally a Catholic country. Protestants, Jews and Santeria are also present.

Official Language: The official language is Spanish. English and French are also spoken.

Government: The Republic of Cuba is a communist state.

Climate: Cuba has a tropical climate moderated by trade winds. The country is, however, prone to hurricanes.

Units of measure and electricity: Cuba follows the metric system of measurement and the official electricity unit is 110/220V, 60 Hz.

Time Zone: The standard time is GMT – 5.

Currency: Cuban Peso (CUP) and the convertible Peso (CUC).

Travel documents required: Passports and visas or tourist cards are necessary for travel to Cuba.

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Accomodation in Cuba

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