Regular tourists who plan to spend up to two months in Cuba do not need visas. Instead, you get a tarjeta de turista (tourist card) valid for 30 days, which can be extended once you're in Cuba (Canadians get 90 days plus...
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Buses are the most efficient and practical way of getting around.
Bus The state-run Víazul network links most places of interest to tourists on a regular daily schedule. Cubanacán runs a less comprehensive conectando service. Local buses are crowded and have no printed schedules.
Car Rental cars are quite expensive and driving can be a challenge due to the lack of signposts and ambiguous road rules.
Taxi Taxis are an option over longer distances if you are traveling in a small group. Rates are approximately CUC$0.55 per kilometer.
Train Despite its large train network, Cuban trains are slow, unreliable and lacking in comfort. For stoics only!