Havana, November 21 - Cuban Tourism Minister Manuel Marrero said Cuba's travel industry will have a good high season despite the U.S. blockade against the island.
Shanghai, China, Nov 13 - TheHavanaturagencyinformedthatitwill open itsfirst office in Shanghaiwithanofferthatwill combine products, packages and allkinds of activities to attractChineseholidaymakers to Cuba.
Holguin, November 11 - Some 500 travelers from Moscow are arriving Monday at Frank País International Airport, Holguín, in inaugural flight to that destination of the airline Royal Flight.
Havana, November 9 - The Minister of Foreign Trade and Investment, Rodrigo Malmierca, reiterated that the 37th Havana's International Fair has been a demonstration that foreign business people have confidence in the Cuban market, despite pressure from the U.S. government and the unjust blockade against the largest nation in the Antilles.
Beijing, Nov 8 - Cuban Tourism Minister Manuel Marrero presented in China on Friday the Caribbean nation's attractions as an authentic and safe tourist destination and detailed some of the plans to increase the arrival of Chinese visitors.
Havana, November 6 - Russia is confirmed as one of Cuba's main economic and trade partners, Cuban Minister for Foreign Trade and Foreign Investment Rodrigo Malmierca said during the official opening of the Russian stand at the 37th Havana’s International Trade Fair (FIHAV 2019).
Havana, October 31 - The German cruise ship Hamburg arrived in Havana Wednesday with some 600 tourists on board, marking the beginning of the European cruise season in Cuba.
Beijing, Oct 30 - Cuba advocates this Wednesday to establish a new form of relationship in the context of the Forum of China and the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC) based on sharing each country's advantages and thus increasing mutual gain.
The Chinese tourism group Ctrip plans to increase operations in Cuba, according to executives from the company who are here in Cuba on a six-day working visit.
Havana, Oct 23 - The Chinese group Ctrip, the world's second largest online tourist company, plans to increase operations in Cuba, according to executives from that firm who are visiting the Caribbean island.