Cuba has to be one of the hottest international destinations for US travelers, if not the hottest. Now that the two governments have eased restrictions and US airlines are allowed to fly to/from without chartering, it’s become even hotter (and easier).

But what do you do when you get to Cuba? I have no idea since I’ve never been, but you can bet I would be getting one of the many guide books listed below to read up on everything a first-time traveler to Cuba should know. Below are some of the latest Cuba guidebooks:


natgeo-cuba1. National Geographic Traveler: Cuba, 4th Edition, from $22.99


dk-cuba2. Top 10 Cuba (Eyewitness Top 10 Travel Guide)from $14


rough-guides3. The Rough Guide to Cuba, from $19.50


havana-handbook4. Havana Handbook (Footprint), from $13.99


michelin-cuba5. Michelin Must Sees Havana, from $12.99


a-subttropical-delirium6. Havana: A Subtropical Delirium, from $26


vandam-cuba7. StreetSmart Havana Map by VanDam, from $7.35

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