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VARADERO TRAVEL GUIDE
What to eatArroz con pollo (chicken and rice), seafood, and a meal at famous mobster Al Capone’s former abode (La Casa de Al Capone), now a restaurant with a seaside view.
What to bring backBottles of Varadero’s white sand and all types of artisanal Cuban crafts (musical figurines? Sun hats?) from seaside stalls or kiosks.
Fun FactOnce used as a dry dock by Spanish settlers, Varadero started welcoming wealthy families in the late 19th century. They came here to build vacations homes that were eventually turned into museums or embassies after the Cuban Revolution. For a prime example, head out to Mansión Xanadú, built by a French-American millionaire, now part of the Varadero Golf Club and still open for visits.
Important InfoFor more information on all necessary travel documents, visa, taxes and more, check Air Canada’s Travel Requirements page and the Government of Canada’s Travel and Tourism website.
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