Write An Essay About Cuba

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Transportation Flights – According to the United Nations World Tourism Organization, in 2014 there were 290,000,070 international tourist arrivals to the country which is a 4% increase from the previous year. Cuba has several international airports that can accommodate large aircraft. Airports are typical in Cuba, they are air conditioned and contain many services like bars, restaurants and shops. There are 10 airports in Cuba. The Jose Marti international airport is the hub and has more than 4 million passengers per year. The Frank Pais international airport serves the province of Holquin and is a popular destination for Guardalavaca. The Jardines Del Ray is a small international airport that sits on the eastern end of Coco
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For those who love rafting Cuba offers white water rafting on the river. "Río de Aguas Blancas" is one of the most popular rafting adventures for tourists.
The deepest river in Cuba is the Toa near Guantanamo.

The Cuban culture is a melting pot of factors and influences. It was created through Americanindian Taino, Spanish, African, French, Asian and English and for such a small country, Cuba has rich, vibrant and unique traditions. Authentic Cuba points out that
Across the country there are 256 museums that focus on history, the revolution, natural science, colonial and ornamental art, weapons, religion, tobacco, rum, and sugar. It has more than 100 art galleries, 70 theaters, 120 publishing houses, 354 public libraries, 315 community centers and 46 schools of the art and an international film school.
Cuba also has 253 protected areas, 257 national monuments, 7 UNESCO World Heritage sites, 7 Natural Biosphere Reserves and 13 non-tourist zones. It is also definitely the place for architecture, ballet, cinema, a coffee culture, literature, sports, visual arts, music and history.

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