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Cuba has long been seen as one of the planet's foremost classical superpowers, but in 2017 this reputation has grown exponentially with major events attracting the attention of the world. The grand finale is about to take place, which looks set to round off an epic year of aural culture on the island.
Renowned magazine, National Geographic just honoured Cuba by placing three of the island’s sun and sand settings in its list of the world’s 31 most amazing beaches. The three privileged destinations were Sirena, Lindamar and Paraiso, all located in the secluded and breath-taking key of Cayo Santa Maria.
A recent article in Canadian publication The Globe and Mail lauds Cuban locations such as the Gran Hotel Kempinski Manzana, the Gran Teatro Cafe, plazas de Armas, Catedral, and Vieja, and recommends a classic car tour of the islands. Tourists who are wondering what they can do within hours of stepping off the plane in Cuba's vibrant capital need wonder no more.