Tours to Cuba By Shops.
Cuba attracts with its beaches, exotic nature, interesting culture and traditions. therefore more and more tourists are choosing. If you are lucky enough to visit this amazing country, please yourself also with Cuban shopping. Small shops with handmade work, souvenir stalls and traditional shops will please you with their abundance.
Most stores in Cuba begin work in the9 am and close at 6 pm, but there are also working until 8 pm. On weekends, the schedule of work - from 9.00 to 15.00 sometimes up to 18.00. Large stores and supermarkets work on their own schedule. Going for a shopping in Cuba, it is worth remembering that almost all the stores close around noon - this is the time of the siesta.
The island is famous for its cigars, coffee anddrink of pirates - rum. These goods are very popular among tourists. Those who understand cigars appreciate the brands Trinidad, Bolivar, Partagas and Cohiba. Roma lovers will certainly like such brands as "Havana Club" and "Guyabita del Pinar". Do not forget about the excellent coffee from Cuba - "Arabica" and "Kubit", and that it is subject to restrictions on exports.
In Cuba, you can find many other interestingsouvenirs. Very interesting and exotic look jewelry from silver and black coral. Any fashionista will be pleased with bracelets or hairpins of crocodile skin and tortoiseshell. However, in order to avoid problems at customs, it is necessary to ask sellers about the availability of a license for the export of goods. Fans of national music will be happy with Cuban musical instruments - "tumbadora" and "bongo", as well as discs with all the famous Cuban salsa.
In Cuba, you can see the local population intraditional clothes, one of the elements of which is "guyabera", a shirt worn not only by the population of the tropics, but also by the official representatives of the country. Intricate embroidery, lace and artistic painting look great.
In Cuba, the currency is the Cuban peso. It is divided into two types - convertible and non-convertible. Accordingly, the first is used by tourists in the country, the second is the population. Since Cuba is in conflict with the United States, it is not possible to import a dollar to the country, but there will be no problems with the euro.
It is best to buy souvenirs in statestores, as other goods can be prohibited from exporting to customs. You can limit your purchases on the beach or at the hotel. Undoubtedly, having visited Cuba, tourists have only positive impressions.