Not if you are an American, well not without some hassles, but we will get that. Cuba is a large island a little larger than the US state of Tennessee.It has a tropical climate that is moderated by the fact that the island is only 119 miles wide at its widest point and 19 miles at its narrowest.
Before the Cuban Embargo was imposed by the Eisenhower Administration in October 1960 and Havana was the hottest city in the world.
With stunning women, great hotels, incredible restaurants, and the most lavish casinos in the world Havana WAS Las Vegas when the Vegas Strip barely a sparkle in Bugsy Siegal’s fevered imagination. Until the United States began enforcing the Eighteenth Amendment’s prohibition on alcohol on January 20, 1920 Havana was a sleepy relic with beautiful, crumbling Spanish Colonial-era buildings that had somehow survived a couple of hundred years of hurricanes, wars, and begin neglect.
Cuba had a close trading relation with a variety of cities in the United States, particularly New Orleans.
All of the really wealthy Cubans kept houses in the Big Easy and many of them fled there after Castro rose to power.
This created a boom for the international dating scene in Cuba. Stunning Cuban women know that marrying an American or European is a ticket to a better material life. So, if you go to Cuba be prepared for some very direct approaches from Cuban women. The influx of Americans for about nine months did change the game, because it really introduced Cuban women to the concept of international dating.
Until then there was really no notion of Cuban mail order brides, but now that concept is floating around in the very pretty heads of a lot of Cuban women.And that is very good for you if you can get to Cuba and for almost everyone else in the world, but Americans that is not hard to do.So, if you are Canadian and you speak a smattering of Spanish and have a little sense of adventure Cuba is the place to go.Depending on the time of the year and how carefully you shop can get a round trip ticket for as low as £350.Hotels in Cuba are not the deal that you might expect, because even though Fidel is dead the Cuban government owns or is partners in all of the hotels in Cuba.In fact, when Miami was still a mosquito infested mangrove swamp there was daily ferry service between New Orleans and Havana.