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    Top 10 UNESCO World Heritage Sites to Visit in Latin America

    UNESCO World Heritage sites are irreplaceable sources of life and inspiration that represent our legacy from the past, what we live with today and what we pass on to future generations. <a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/latin-america-tours/" target="_blank">Latin America</a> contains a wealth of these phenomenal sites, both natural and manmade, that make up our world&#39;s most impressive cultural and natural heritage. The aim is to encourage regions to preserve and protect parts of our history while promoting tourism as a sustainable way to take in the magnificence our world has to offer. To help you get the most out of your next trip to <a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/latin-america-tours/" target="_blank">Central or South America</a>, we&#39;ve created a roundup of our top 10 UNESCO World Heritage sites you can&#39;t miss! <br><br><b><a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/peru-tours/" target="_blank">#</a></b><a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/peru-tours/" target="_blank"><b>1 Machu Picchu, Peru</b></a><br>Perhaps one of the most famous archeological UNESCO sites in the world, <a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/peru-tours/" target="_blank">Machu Picchu</a> sits high in the Andes Mountain range surrounded by tropical forests and towering peaks. This pearl of the Incan Empire is a popular tourist destination for a reason. It defies belief with amazing architectural achievements, surrounding natural beauty and spiritual significance. Explore the ancient Incan ruins while breathing in the tremendous isolation and preservation of this incredible ancient kingdom deep in the Peruvian mountains. <br><br><a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/peru-tours/" target="_blank"><img alt="Man taking a picture at Machu Picchu" src="/servlet/rtaImage?eid=a2Y1T000002ATY5&amp;feoid=00N50000008QRzC&amp;refid=0EM1T000000f9uV" style="height: 355px; width: 500px;"></img></a><br><br><a href="https://Belize Barrier Reef Reserve System, Belize" target="_blank"><b>#2 Belize Barrier Reef Reserve System</b><b>, Belize</b></a><br>Belize&#39;s extensive reef system is considered one of the largest barrier reefs in the northern hemisphere. This impressive coast is home to hundreds of sand cays, mangrove forests, lagoons and several endangered species who call this reef home. During your time here, cruise on a Catamaran, snorkel in the best spots in the reef system, and kayak on turquoise water at <a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/belize-guatemala-tours/" target="_blank">Ambergris Caye</a> to fully experience the wonder this UNESCO World Heritage Site has to offer. <br><br><a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/belize-guatemala-tours/" target="_blank"><img alt="Young girl Kayaking in Belize" src="/servlet/rtaImage?eid=a2Y1T000002ATY5&amp;feoid=00N50000008QRzC&amp;refid=0EM1T000000f9t8" style="height: 355px; width: 500px;"></img></a><br><br><a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/belize-guatemala-tours/" target="_blank"><b>#3 Tikal National Park, Guatemala</b></a><br>Tikal National Park is surrounded by a tropical jungle and is home to the tallest pyramid in the Western Hemisphere that was once one of the most important spiritual sites to the ancient Mayan civilization. The ceremonial center and ruins of <a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/belize-guatemala-tours/" target="_blank">Xunantunich</a> display the fascinating and mystifying culture of the Mayan civilization that once called this countryside home from 6th century B.C. to the 10th century A.D. This important reserve also contains unspoiled biological and ecological habitats that will amaze along with impressive wildlife like howler monkeys and colorful birds that can be spotted in the treetops. <br><br><a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/belize-guatemala-tours/" target="_blank"><img alt="Xunantunich ruins, Guatemala" src="/servlet/rtaImage?eid=a2Y1T000002ATY5&amp;feoid=00N50000008QRzC&amp;refid=0EM1T000000f9tD" style="height: 355px; width: 500px;"></img></a><br><br><a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/chile-atacama-easter-island-walking-tour/" target="_blank"><b>#4 Rapa Nui National Park (Easter Island), Chile</b></a><br>Easter Island, also known as Isla de Pascua or <a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/chile-atacama-easter-island-walking-tour/" target="_blank">Rapa Nui</a> by the Spanish and Polynesian is one of the most spectacular and alluring sites on earth. This sacred Polynesian settlement is famous for its enigmatic giant stone figures built centuries ago. These massive &quot;<a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/chile-atacama-easter-island-walking-tour/" target="_blank">Moai</a>&quot; figures are a mystery to historians and remain one of the only links to the ancient culture and tradition embedded in this gorgeous island. Visit Rapa Nui to revel in the park&#39;s beauty and its stone sculptures that act as a testimony to an isolated cultural evolution.<br><br><a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/chile-atacama-easter-island-walking-tour/" target="_blank"><img alt="Easter Island Moais" src="/servlet/rtaImage?eid=a2Y1T000002ATY5&amp;feoid=00N50000008QRzC&amp;refid=0EM1T000000f9tI" style="height: 355px; width: 500px;"></img></a><br><br><b><a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/galapagos-tours/" target="_blank">#5 Galápagos Islands</a></b><a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/galapagos-tours/" target="_blank"><b>, Ecuador</b></a><br>The <a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/galapagos-tours/" target="_blank">Galápagos Islands</a> are a volcanic archipelago drifting in isolation in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, brimming with incredible wildlife that once inspired Charles Darwin&#39;s theory of evolution. Walking amongst the wildlife and spotting the islands&#39; Big Five (giant land tortoises, sea lions, blue-footed boobies, penguins, and marine iguanas) will delight all visitors and provide a real live exhibition of evolution before your very eyes. This island is one of the last unspoiled places on earth where man has respected the boundaries of mother nature and is a treasure in the middle of the Pacific worth visiting.  <br><br><a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/galapagos-tours/" target="_blank"><img alt="Young boy taking a picture of a seal on a beach" src="/servlet/rtaImage?eid=a2Y1T000002ATY5&amp;feoid=00N50000008QRzC&amp;refid=0EM1T000000f9tN" style="height: 355px; width: 500px;"></img></a><br><br><b><a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/chile/" target="_blank">#6 Los Glaciares National Park</a> (<a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/chile/" target="_blank">Chile </a>&amp; <a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/argentina/" target="_blank">Argentina</a>)</b><br>Located in the picturesque region of Patagonia in <a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/chile/" target="_blank">Chile </a>&amp; <a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/argentina/" target="_blank">Argentina</a>, Los Glaciares National Park is an area of exceptional beauty with rugged mountains, glacial lakes and a variety of stunning natural sites. Hikers flock here to explore the hundreds of trails while others seek silence and solitude among the remote valleys where views stretch for miles.<br><br><b><a href="http://www.classicjourneys.com/chile-solar-eclipse-2020-tour/" target="_blank">Solar Eclipse Sidenote:</a> </b>On December 14, 2020, the day will turn to instant night in one of the few places on land where the total eclipse of the sun will be visible. It is a once-in-a-lifetime sight to see! <a href="http://www.classicjourneys.com/chile-solar-eclipse-2020-tour/" target="_blank">Classic Journeys</a> is offering a special <a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/chile-solar-eclipse-2020-tour/" target="_blank">2020 Total Solar Eclipse tour</a> to view this incredible moment while perched atop a Chilean mountainside. <br><br><a href="http://www.classicjourneys.com/chile/" target="_blank"><img alt="Woman near a lake in Patagonia" src="/servlet/rtaImage?eid=a2Y1T000002ATY5&amp;feoid=00N50000008QRzC&amp;refid=0EM1T000000f9uQ" style="height: 355px; width: 500px;"></img></a><br><br><a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/colombia-cultural-walking-tour/" target="_blank"><b>#7 Town of Cartagena, Columbia</b></a><br>Cartagena is the perfect Caribbean city overflowing with history and enchanting beauty thanks to some of the world&#39;s best-preserved colonial architecture lining the streets. This colorful town is wonderfully walkable and chock-full of cobbled streets draped in bougainvillea where current residents live in close quarters with traditions of the past that linger in this port city. Dominating this UNESCO World Heritage Site is the nearby <a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/colombia-cultural-walking-tour/" target="_blank">San Felipe Castle</a>, boasting over 500 years of defending the ancient city from pirates and foreign invasions <br><br><a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/colombia-cultural-walking-tour/" target="_blank"><img alt="Colorful street in Cartagena" src="/servlet/rtaImage?eid=a2Y1T000002ATY5&amp;feoid=00N50000008QRzC&amp;refid=0EM1T000000f9tX" style="height: 355px; width: 500px;"></img></a><br><br><b><a href="http://www.classicjourneys.com/panama-tours/" target="_blank">#8 La Amistad National Park,</a></b><a href="http://www.classicjourneys.com/panama-tours/" target="_blank"><b> Panama</b></a><br>This massive national park, on the border between Panama and Costa Rica, contains lush tropical rainforests and unique fauna and flora interbred between the biospheres of North and South America. Arguably, one of the best ways to see this biosphere reserve is to walk <a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/panama-tours/" target="_blank">El Retoño trail</a> and learn about one of the highest and wildest non-volcanic mountain ranges in Central America. As you explore the lush ecosystem of the park, look up and search for the incredible variety of birds ranging from Quetzals to Tapaculos, and Flycatchers.<br><br><a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/panama-tours/" target="_blank"><img alt="Waterfall in Panama" src="/servlet/rtaImage?eid=a2Y1T000002ATY5&amp;feoid=00N50000008QRzC&amp;refid=0EM1T000000f9tc" style="height: 355px; width: 500px;"></img></a><br><br><a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/cuba/" target="_blank"><b>#9 Old Havana and its Fortification System, Cuba</b></a><br>Old Havana (<i><a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/cuba/" target="_blank">La Habana Vieja</a>) </i>describes the most central and original portion of the Havana, Cuba. This 500-year-old UNESCO World Heritage Site is the original <a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/cuba/" target="_blank">heart of Havana</a>, built by the Spanish, burned to the ground by pirates, and is still considered a fine district of baroque and neoclassic buildings with great architectural character you can&#39;t find elsewhere. Explore the <a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/cuba/" target="_blank">Plaza de Armas</a>, Castillo del Morro, and Museum of the Revolution to learn more about the rich history and culture of this precious island. <br><br><a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/cuba/" target="_blank"><img alt="Old Havana street and Capitolo" src="/servlet/rtaImage?eid=a2Y1T000002ATY5&amp;feoid=00N50000008QRzC&amp;refid=0EM1T000000f9u1" style="height: 355px; width: 500px;"></img></a><br><br><a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/cuba-travel/" target="_blank"><b>#10 Viñales</b> <b>Valley, Cuba</b></a><br>With its fertile soil, favorable climate, and wide valleys, this area in western Cuba is known for its tobacco cultivation and high rising cliffs that surround the valley. <a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/cuba-travel/" target="_blank">Parque Nacional Viñales</a> is located in the Pinar del Rio province and the dramatic cliffs surrounding the valley hold numerous caves full of dripstone and ancient rock art from past inhabitants. Enjoy the abundance of greenery in this province and learn of the traditional methods of agriculture that have survived here unchanged for several centuries.   <br><br><a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/cuba-travel/" target="_blank"><img alt="Landscape of Viñales Valley" src="/servlet/rtaImage?eid=a2Y1T000002ATY5&amp;feoid=00N50000008QRzC&amp;refid=0EM1T000000f9tm" style="height: 355px; width: 500px;"></img></a><br><br>If you&#39;re interested in visiting one or more of these iconic locations, check out the different trips offered by <a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/latin-america-tours/" target="_blank">Classic Journeys to Central &amp; South America</a> to explore some of the worlds most culturally and naturally stunning UNESCO World Heritage Sites. 

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    Interview with Ironman Champ - and Classic Journeys guest - Kathleen McCartney

    For those of us of a certain age, we remember ABC Wide World of Sports as a mainstay of Saturday afternoons. One must-see episode every year was the Ironman from Kona, Hawaii. Perhaps you, like my brother and I, would sit on your sofa (ours was in northern New Jersey), and for an hour or two forget about the snow or rain outside while you watched world-class athletes testing their limits under the heat and sun of the Big Island. <br><br>The most iconic of these races was the 1982 Ironman World Championship in which Kathleen McCartney won a gut-wrenching, dramatic and historic finish over second place finisher Julie Moss. It epitomized “the thrill of victory and the agony of defeat”, inspired millions and brought Ironman to the attention of the world. ABC’s legendary sportscaster Jim McKay called the 1982 Ironman finish, “the most inspiring sports moment he had ever witnessed”. <br><br>Ironman World Champion and 10-time Ironman finisher, Kathleen has been featured on ABC’s Wide World of Sports, NBC Sports, The Johnny Carson Show, ABC Superstars, and ABC’s 25th Anniversary Greatest Moments of Wide World of Sports. She has also been featured in National publications including Outside, Runner’s World, Triathlete and Lava Magazine. <br><br>Even closer to our heart, Kathleen is a <a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/" target="_blank">Classic Journeys</a> guest, who recently joined our Long Weekend in Havana trip that we scheduled in partnership with <a href="https://www.roadrunnersports.com/" target="_blank">Road Runner Sports</a> to overlap with the Havana Marathon. Kathleen and other Classic Journeys guests had the opportunity to join the 10k, half or full marathon in addition to connecting with the island’s irresistible people, music, food and art. As it turns out, it was a long weekend that none of them will ever forget. Here, Kathleen shares some of her memories from the trip.<br><br><b>CJ: What made you want to travel to Cuba?<br><br>Kathleen:</b> Travel to <a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/cuba/" target="_blank">Cuba</a> has been off limits for most of my life. As an avid and curious traveler, I wondered if I would ever have the chance to see Cuba with my own eyes in my lifetime! Of course, I jumped at the opportunity to experience the Long Weekend in Havana and Marabana Havana Marathon with Classic Journeys and Roadrunner Sports. I was thrilled to combine my love of travel and adventure with my passion for running- my idea of an ultimate and epic trip!<b> </b><br><br><a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/cuba/" target="_blank"><img alt="Guest laughing in front of classic car" src="/servlet/rtaImage?eid=a2Y50000001Y3sM&amp;feoid=00N50000008QRzC&amp;refid=0EM50000000oW3g" style="height: 355px; width: 500px;"></img></a><br><br><b>CJ: What did you love most about traveling with Classic Journeys? <br><br>Kathleen:</b> Because Classic Journeys takes care of all of the meticulous planning and details of the trip, all that I had to do to prepare for this trip was pack my bag! From the moment I arrived in Havana, I was excited to hit the ground running and each day&#39;s activities exceeded my expectations. I loved the fact that we had an incredible tour guide who wove a rich history lesson throughout our journey to help us fully appreciate what we were seeing and doing. Whether it was a cultural excursion, strolling the historic streets, dining at a paladar, or a tour of the cigar factory, every aspect of the trip felt like the ultimate Cuban experience.<br><br><a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/cuba/" target="_blank"><img alt="Kathleen in revolution square havana" src="/servlet/rtaImage?eid=a2Y50000001Y3sM&amp;feoid=00N50000008QRzC&amp;refid=0EM50000000oVbI" style="height: 355px; width: 500px;"></img></a><br><br><b>CJ: What surprised you about Cuba? <br><br>Kathleen: </b>My first sight from my hotel room at the Melia Cohiba was astonishing! Looking out my window to the east, the rolling landscape was a blanket of vibrant, colorful buildings as far as the eye could see. I was equally amazed by the feeling that I had stepped back in time and I could experience Havana just as it was decades ago. When we stepped out of the hotel for our first night on the town, a line of 1950&#39;s classic convertibles was waiting for us (one of every color)! We cruised along the scenic Malecon on our way to Old Havana for a memorable dinner followed by a daiquiri at Hemingway&#39;s favorite bar, El Floridita.<br><br><a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/cuba/" target="_blank"><img alt="classic cars along malecon in Havana, Cuba" src="/servlet/rtaImage?eid=a2Y50000001Y3sM&amp;feoid=00N50000008QRzC&amp;refid=0EM50000000oVbN" style="height: 355px; width: 500px;"></img></a><br><br><b>CJ: What was your favorite part of the trip?<br><br>Kathleen: </b>When I travel I like to feel that I&#39;m experiencing the people and their rich traditions and culture in the most authentic way possible. Classic Journeys provided us with a unique opportunity to spend time with locals to listen, learn, share and engage. We visited La Muraleando where we spent time with local artists. We had salsa dancing lessons one afternoon partnered with amazing (and patient) dancers.  Experiencing Havana from an insider&#39;s perspective gave me a feeling of deeper appreciation, understanding and a connection to the all the people we met. After all, the feelings are what stays with us long after the trip is over!<br><br><a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/cuba/" target="_blank"><img alt="salsa dancing in Havana, Cuba" src="/servlet/rtaImage?eid=a2Y50000001Y3sM&amp;feoid=00N50000008QRzC&amp;refid=0EM50000000oVbS" style="height: 355px; width: 500px;"></img></a><br><br><b>CJ: What was it like running a race in Cuba? <br><br>Kathleen:</b> It was quite an adventure to participate in a running race in a foreign country. Everything was unfamiliar (in a good way) and as a result, the race was a sense of discovery with every step and every mile. Race morning greeted us with warmth, a beautiful sunrise and magnificent photo opportunities. Most of the runners in our group ran the half marathon and we assembled together at the start line ready for adventure! We were in a great mix of thousands of locals and runners from all over the world. I can&#39;t imagine a better way to see and explore a city than to run 13.1 miles through it; running along the Malecon, past iconic landmarks and beautiful views to the sights and sounds of the people of Havana waking up to a new day. I treasured every minute, and I earned a most memorable race journey!<br><br><a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/cuba/" target="_blank"><img alt="Kathleen with RRS flag after marathon in Havana, Cuba" src="/servlet/rtaImage?eid=a2Y50000001Y3sM&amp;feoid=00N50000008QRzC&amp;refid=0EM50000000oVbX" style="height: 355px; width: 500px;"></img></a><br><br><b>CJ: What is one thing you would tell anyone who is thinking about traveling to Cuba? <br><br>Kathleen:</b> Traveling with Classic Journeys was my first group tour experience, and I loved it! Our amazing group of people (now friends!) from all over the U.S. definitely enhanced my overall travel experience in Cuba. I wouldn&#39;t even consider traveling to Cuba without Classic Journeys. The unique cultural experiences and impeccable itinerary and service that Classic Journeys provides is the essence of your trip. Be prepared to be delighted!<br><br><a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/cuba/" target="_blank"><img alt="group after race in Havana, Cuba" src="/servlet/rtaImage?eid=a2Y50000001Y3sM&amp;feoid=00N50000008QRzC&amp;refid=0EM50000000oVbc" style="height: 355px; width: 500px;"></img></a><br><br><b>CJ: What’s next on your travel bucket list? <br><br>Kathleen: </b>In no particular order - <br><br>Marvel at the northern lights in Iceland or Norway<br><br>An African safari<br><br>Birthday celebration in 2019 with my loved ones <br><br>More travel in <a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/europe/" target="_blank">Europe</a><br><br>Anywhere in the World with <a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com" target="_blank">Classic Journeys</a>!

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  • Trinidad Countryside, Cuba

    Kismet in Cuba

    <h3><a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/cuba-cienfuegos-trinidad-havana/" target="_blank">SCOUTING A NEW TRIP TO CIENFUEGOS, TRINIDAD AND HAVANA,</a> <a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/cuba-cienfuegos-trinidad-havana/" target="_blank">FATE WAS ON OUR SIDE.</a></h3> <p>Some days, everything just goes right—even when you don’t have any right to think that it will. That Tuesday in <a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/cuba-cienfuegos-trinidad-havana/" target="_blank">Cuba</a> certainly didn’t get off to a great start. The official agency steered our five-person scouting party to the all-inclusive Soviet-era mega-hotel with the mondo-buffet on the not-so-perfect north shore. We wanted the Caribbean coast. “Can’t be done.” We wanted boutique hotels in Cienfuegos. “They are all full forever.” We wanted to go where the motorcoaching hordes don’t. “But the industrial-size travel companies know what is best! Just look how many people they bring! They all are so happy!”</p> <p>So our intrepid little band did <a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/cuba-cienfuegos-trinidad-havana/" target="_blank">what you never used to be able to do in Cuba</a>: we ditched the pre-planned plan. And we headed south to make our own luck. Our local guide Manuel suggested we drop in on his friends Tony and Mailin at their <i>finca</i> in the Escambray Mountains because, as all good travelers know, when all else fails have lunch. No warning? No problem. Out comes Mailin with platters of olives and sausages and fresh bread. Somehow a bottle of red wine opened itself. Tony, it turns out, is a natural travel therapist.<br><br><img alt="Lunch in Cuba" src="/servlet/rtaImage?eid=a2Y50000001z7l9&amp;feoid=00N50000008QRzC&amp;refid=0EM500000002qoT" style="height: 355px; width: 500px;"></img><br> </p> <p>We bemoaned the crowds in some places. “No tourists come here,” he said. “Bring your friends to our home.” Are there any paths we could walk to get there? “No,” he said, grabbing his machete. “But I can make one.” And he took us to a vantage point overlooking the river that cuts through his property, where he used his machete to trace a trail-to-be that will start at the waterfalls, pass the neighbors’ coffee plantations, and wend back to this very table for lunch. Did I tell you how much we love Tony, Mailin and Fendi, their onesie-wearing chihuahua?</p> <p>But still there were no hotel rooms in Cienfuegos. Tony again: “Did I mention my friend who is in charge of all hotels in this part of Cuba?” Fast forward to our impassioned pitch to officialdom over breakfast the next day, and suffice it to say that <a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/cuba-cienfuegos-trinidad-havana/" target="_blank">Classic Journeys has priority access to the best boutique hotels in town. </a>Our luck lingered in Trinidad. A beautiful colonial town, it is. Pastel buildings, golden sunlight, cobbled streets. We happened on to a run of steps (like the Spanish Steps in Rome) just as the musicians started to play. None of us had to say “what if.” We knew it was a Classic Journeys moment that we could and would come back to again and again.<br><br><img alt="Cuban hotel" src="/servlet/rtaImage?eid=a2Y50000001z7l9&amp;feoid=00N50000008QRzC&amp;refid=0EM500000002qoY" style="height: 355px; width: 500px;"></img><br> </p> <p>At the Bay of Pigs, most people do the museum and move on. Hungry (are you sensing a theme?), we drove an extra 20 minutes to Playa Perdiz—which, as it turns out, has a pristine coral reef perfect for snorkeling. Add one splashy activity to the itinerary, please.</p> <p>Even in Havana, which we have visited too many times to count, we made a fantastic new discovery on this scouting trip. You know about the cult of classic cars in Cuba, I’m sure. In search of a tail-finned ride one day on short notice, a friend directed us to the Nostalgic Cars workshop. It’s an only-in-Havana collective of car fanatics, kind of a clubhouse/garage. Long story short, they’ve invited us back with our guests to talk cars and then hop in for a top-down cruise to Revolution Square and other sites in the city.<br><br><img alt="Car workshop" src="/servlet/rtaImage?eid=a2Y50000001z7l9&amp;feoid=00N50000008QRzC&amp;refid=0EM500000002qod" style="height: 355px; width: 500px;"></img><br> </p> <p><a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/cuba-cienfuegos-trinidad-havana/" target="_blank">I’m super-excited about our new trip to Cienfuegos, Trinidad and Havana. </a>We took some chances, made some connections that we already treasure, and created one of the most unique Cuban itineraries anywhere. If you come with us, I promise that you’ll experience Cuba the way we did…and nobody else does.</p>

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