You will find a lot of locals offering you tours in the most popular areas of Habana such as near the Capitolio or the Malecón in Habana Vieja. Most of them are hard working people looking for extra work but you should exercise caution and common sense. The best bet is if you stay at a casa particular they most likely will know somebody that has a car and offers tours/countryside trips. Negotiate a price and itinerary beforehand, they also usually know some really nice off-the-beaten-path places so keep that in mind when organizing your trip with a driver. Hope it helps! about 8 years ago
Is it possible to travel by gps signal i downloaded somemaps of Cuba and make them offline in my telephone does it working in Cuba
I haven't tried it yet but you should technically be able to get a GPS signal with offline maps. about 8 years ago
What's a great town to visit over Dias de Muertos thats just driving distance from Mexico City? Been to Oaxaca and loved it, where next?
The town of Mixquic in southeast Mexico City, in delegación Tláhuc is a great place to be for Día de Muertos with altars, cultural events, processions and an impressive candle-lit cemetery on the last day of the celebrations. about 9 years ago
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