Cuba

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Rough Guides, 2003 - Travel - 585 pages
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This guide features extensive coverage of Cuba's biggest city, Havana, including six maps, hundreds of listings and detailed takes on the best museums. This is matched by coverage of less well-known small towns in the interior, where the authors track down the island's offbeat charms. Cuba's bureaucratic state can make it a difficult place to travel and this guide contains helpful advice on working the system. There is also full coverage of Cuba's colourful history and culture, as well as tips on Cuban slang and local customs.
 

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About the author (2003)

Fiona McAuslan is a London-based journalist who writes on travel and lifestyle for the Daily and Sunday Telegraph, the Independent, Blueprint and Time Out London, amongst other publications. Matt Norman first visited Cuba in 1995 when he spent a year living with a Cuban family in Centro Habana and attending courses at the University of Havana.

MATT NORMAN is the nephew of Peter Norman, and an international award winning film-maker and actor.

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