Travel for the first time into another country make us feel, almost always, a little bit anxious and insecure. Liberty Cuba guarantees you that your holiday is perfectly arrange with us. However, being well informed before you leave takes the worry out of travelling. In order to make you feel more comfortable we have compiled the specific useful information you must know about Cuba before you travel.

Culture & Religion


Cuba is rich in artistic expressions and creative people. Its outstanding writers, thinkers, dancers, musicians, painters, poets and singers are recognized all over the world.

Expressed in practically all art forms Cuban culture is recognized as one of the most influential in Latin America. 

The country cultural infrastructure consists of theaters, museums, art galleries and movie theaters where national and international art of all kinds are shown.

Cuba hosts many major international events, such as the Ballet Festival, the biennial art exhibitions, folk music festivals, the New Latin American Film Festival, etc.

Cuba also treasures nine World Heritage sites

  • The Historic Center of Havana and its fortification system
  • Historic Center of Trinidad and its Sugar Mill Valley
  • Castillo de San Pedro de la Roca del Morro (Santiago de Cuba)
  • Desembarco del Granma National Park
  • Viñales Valley
  • French coffee plantation ruins in the southeastern region
  • Alejandro de Humboldt National Park
  • Historic Center of Cienfuegos
  • Historic Center of Camaguey.


Cuba is a secular country with freedom of worship and a prevalence of Catholicism and Afro Cuban religions. There are also different protestant denominations, small groups of Eastern philosophical religions (such as the Theosophical Society), Muslims, and Masonic. Judaism is practiced by member of the Hebrew community in Cuba, and there are a few Jewish synagogues, mainly in Havana.