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Situated in the Caribbean, Cuba comprises the island of Cuba and Isla de la Juventud. Apart from these, Cuba is also home to many small archipelagos. It capital Havana has become tourists favorite due to its lively and diverse culture. El Capitolio is the best place for those who want to witness Cuba's history and architecture both at one place. The Havana Cathedral is a Baroque-style Catholic cathedral and is home to 2 bell towers. Cuba has a rich and interesting past to boast of and if you are even slightly inclined towards the same, the Museum of the Revolution will bring your curious soul peace. It is not only grand in its demeanor but also has many historical exhibits. Castillo de Los Tres Reyes Del Morro, on the other hand, is a sea fortress at the mouth of the harbor and is located in Havana itself. Cuban music is known all around the world and once you are in Cuba, your trip will only be complete once you listen to local musical performances. Gran Teatro de la Habana is magnificent, to say the least, and one glance at it and you will be mesmerized, considering it was built in the 19th century. Unless you come from one of the 18 visa-exempt countries, you will have to apply for a visa at your nearest Cuban embassy.
|Citizens of the following countries can get a Tourist card.|
|Bolivia||Bouvet Island||Brazil||British Virgin Islands||Brunei||Bulgaria|
|Burkina Faso||Burundi||Cambodia||Canada||Cape Verde||Cayman Islands|
|Central African Republic||Chad||Chile||China||Christmas Island||Cocos Island|
|Colombia||Comoros||Congo||Congo Brazaville||Cook Island||Costa Rica|
|Cote D'ivoire||Croatia||Cyprus||Czech Republic||Denmark||Djibouti|
|Dominican Republic||Ecuador||Egypt||El Salvador||Equatorial Guinea||Estonia|
|Falkland Island||Faroe Island||Fiji||Finland||France||French Guiana|
|Myanmar||Nauru||Netherland||Netherland Antilles||New Caledonia||New Zealand|
|Palau||Palestine||Panama||Papua New Guinea||Paraguay||Peru|
|Pitcairn Islands||Poland||Portugal||Puerto Rico||Qatar||Reunion|
|Romania||Rwanda||Saint Helena||Saint Pierre & Miquelon||Samoa||San Marino|
|Sao Tome & Princippe||Saudi Arabia||Senegal||Seychelles||Slovakia||Slovenia|
|Solomon Islands||South Africa||South Korea||Spain||Sudan||Suriname|
|Thailand||Timor Leste||Togo||Tokelau||Tonga||Trinidad & Tobago|
|United Arab Emirates||United Kingdom||United State of America||Uruguay||US Virgin Island||Vanuatu|
|Vatican City||Vietnam||Wallis & Futuna||Zambia||Zimbabwe|
People looking to visit Cuba for purposes like sightseeing, vacationing or meeting their friends and family are required to apply for a tourist visa. It is the most popular visa and therefore, is easily available.
If you want to go to Cuba for work purposes like representing your company, attending a meeting or seminar, participating in a trade fair etc. You can apply for a business visa. This visa does not permit you to work or gain employment in the country.
Once arrived in Cuba, the International Tourist Card must be stamped on both sections at the back of the visa. The information must coincide with that in the passport.
No, citizens of Kosovo are not allowed to enter Cuba with or without a visa.
If your boarding point is outside the US, then you will need to apply for the green card, (International tourist card) to enter Cuba.
No. Tourist Cards are valid for one entry only. You need to purchase 2 Tourist Cards.
Your Tourist Visa Card can be extended only in Cuba for another 30 days at the immigration authorities office.
Upon arrival at Cuba, Cuban immigration officials will keep half of the tourist visa. Keep the second half of the visa for departure from Cuba. The information on a Cuba Tourist Visa must coincide with that in the passport.
Yes, you can go to Cuba. Cuba considers all people born in Cuba to be Cuban citizens, regardless of current nationality. If you were born in Cuba and left before December 31, 1970 you will need either a valid Cuban passport or HE-11 visa prior to entering Cuba.
No, if you have a valid passport with a habilitacion and valid prorroga, you won’t need to obtain a visa before entering Cuba. Your Cuban passport has a validity of six (6) years, but a prorroga must be obtained every two (2) years to keep it valid until the expiration date.
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