Planning a holiday can be difficult, especially when you want to go to different places but have to make do with a limited budget. The costs of booking your flight and hotel, along with the costs of purchasing clothing and food, can amount to thousands of dollars. And the worst part is, if you have family, it can amount to even more!But just because you’re on a limited budget doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy your vacation.
If you’re planning a trip to Cuba this year, we have some exciting news; even on a limited budget, there are several things you can do that won’t cost you a dime!
Cuba is a country that is rich in hospitality and historical landmarks. There are several things you can do that can make your trip memorable.
El Malecón, Havana
A tour guide will guide you through the culture and history of Cuba, taking you to historical neighborhoods. They will also take you the historical center of Old Havana, while showing you old structures.
Plaza Mayor, Trinidad
Plaza mayor is located at the center of Trinidad and was founded in 1514. The city of Trinidad has been declared a UNESCO heritage, and while the city does not have any hotels, Plaza Mayor attracts many tourists throughout the year.
Museo Casa del Chocolate
For chocolate lovers, this museum is a delight. It’s dedicated to the history of the production of cocoa and how chocolate is made. A tour guide will show you around the displays, the production process and how the equipment/machinery is used.
At the end, you have the option to get rich, creamy chocolate drinks. But these are not free. They cost $1 each.
Beaches like Playas del Este are also free for individuals and families to go to. They are mainly filled with families who flock them during the months of July to August, when the weather is sunny and dry.
At Groups Plus Tours, we offer travel packages to individuals interested in cheap travel to Cuba. If you’re planning a holiday or business trip this year, feel free to contact us or check out our customized deals.