Cuba really is a special place for classic and old cars. You already know that! They can be seen anywhere. Some are very old, but multiple of them are simply extraordinary jewels rolling all around, and definitely family treasures for those who own them. Continue reading Classic cars in Cuba: stunning pictures by travelers – Top 10
We chose Raidel to show myself, my husband, my 88 year old aunt, and grandson around Havana. He was accompanied by Ana. My Aunt’s father (my grandfather) was born in Cuba in 1903. We wanted to see the town he was born in, San Antonio de los Banos. They took us there and around Havana telling all abut the history and culture. My Aunt speaks Spanish and she and Ana happily conversed about foods and traditions. Raidel made special stops for fruit and worked us a deal on some cigars. The car we rode in was a 57 Pontiac that was beautiful. If it had a flaw I couldn’t find it. I highly recommend Raidel. His price is very reasonable though I recommend paying extra for the great service and company.