Havana - Cuba’s Minister of Tourism, Manuel Marrero Cruz, says the island will mark this week the arrival of 3 million foreign tourists, despite the hostile measures adopted by the United State that have impacted the sector.
In making the announcement on Twitter, the minister said that the Summer season is going well, reporting a 15% growth of domestic tourism in hotels and other tourism resorts island-wide.
Marrero added that Cuba expects to close the year with 4.3 million international tourists of the 5 million that were originally expected. The reduction is a direct result of the new measures adopted by the Trump Administration against the island.
Havana, Cuba - The Cuban Permanent Delegation to UNESCO reiterated the support of the Caribbean island to the work done by that organization to promote education and culture.Read More
Havana - The 1st Fidel Castro and Ho Chi Minh Academic Seminar began this Tuesday in the Cuban capital, focused on two global figures linked by their thought and history.Read More
More than 2,200 films, 300 scripts and 100 posters have registered to compete in the 41st International Festival of New Latin American Cinema, scheduled for December 5-15.Read More