Cuba is a socialist state of islands between the Caribbean, the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Ocean. It is a relatively poor country that has been dependent on the Soviet Union for many years which collapsed and after that Cuba has plunged into a deep crisis that still continues. Tourism contributes significantly to economic growth, so tourists are welcome. It worth visiting Cuba, as tourism is still in development and is not “spoiled” yet. It’s a living museum of old cars and a time capsule of how the world looked 20 years ago. Here you can see socialism with your own eyes. The subtropical climate, stunning beaches, and spectacular landscapes will not leave you indifferent. Dancing, music, rum, cigars and bright colors are everyday life for Cubans. Despite poverty, Cubans are always cheerful, positive and smiling. You should also visit the capital Havana which is the largest city in the country.