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    If you speak Spanish it is very easy as the locals are very kind and helpful however there are absolutely NO sign posts for roads as all their addresses are described as being 'next to' or 'behind' certain other landmarks...do if you don't know where they are it could make driving to a certain point very hard! In saying that, the joy of having a car is to get lost amongst the culture and see things you may not otherwise. You can hire driers for the day for maybe $50(or cheaper) which is good as they can take you were you want and then if you want to stay in a place for a few days just catch a bike taxi or hire a bike for $3! Have fun, I love Cuba!! about 6 years ago

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    Hi, which country are you going to visit in South América? about 6 years ago

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    We tried to hire a car in Cuba and it was extraordinarily expensive so didn't bother. Public transports bad too. We took a tour which is something I hate but it was the only way to see/get to where we wanted to go. Disappointing! about 6 years ago

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