Traveling to Cuba in 2019
The rules and regulations that have been so deeply implemented on citizens of the U.S. traveling to Cuba are seemingly starting to ease up in the new year. Not only is traveling to this country becoming more convenient but the tourist attractions coming about in the county are giving people even more of a reason to go.
The United States Government has changed its level 3 travel advisory for Cuba to a level 2. The original travel advisory was due to unexplained illnesses that were plaguing Havana Cuba’s embassy personnel. But, because these illnesses seemed to only be infecting Cuban employees and not tourists, the U.S. Government decided on the travel advisory level switch. This will help with Cuba’s tourism revenue that was hurt due to the level 3 warning that was issued before.
Along with a less strict travel advisory, Cuba is incorporating some limited time only tourist attractions to its community. The historic cultural exchange set, created by Dreamcatcher Events, BLONDIE IN HAVANA, will be hosted from March 14 through the 18th of 2019. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity containing performances from several of Cuba’s finest artists and musicians. Besides the musical events, tours and visits to Cuba’s museums, cultural institutions, and famous architecture will be available as well. Registration for BLONDIE IN HAVANA is now open to the public for registration at blondienhavana.com
Making traveling to this beautiful country even more convenient, American Airlines is adding its sixth destination in Cuba on May 3rd of 2019. It’s daily flight from Miami International Airport to Antonio Maceo Airport in Santiago de Cuba. Along with American Airlines, Southwest Airlines will be adding a new weekly flight to Cuba from Florida that will occur on Saturdays. This Saturday flight was cautiously approved by the United States Department of Transportation and will be accessible within 90 days after December 1st.