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Since Barack Obama and Raúl Castro shook hands at a summit in Panama, Cuba is getting ready for a new American invasion - a peaceful one this time. It won’t be too long before the Caribbean island is flooded with American tourists. For now, Cuba is still a wonderful time capsule where progress seems to have stood still for half a century. Visit now, before it is too late.
Colourful colonial houses with peeling paint, shiny 1950s vintage cars held together by string, and old ladies who smoke cigars to the tune of swinging salsa music. These are the images that come to mind when we hear the name ‘Cuba’. Since the resignation of Fidel Castro, his brother Raúl has introduced drastic economic reforms: he is reconnecting with modern times. Until the transition is complete, you can still enjoy the following 3 experiences in old Cuba.