“Ghost Town” may be a put-off to typical tourists; having said that, these places have a tragic beauty that could be a hidden treasure to urbexers and photographers. I reached out to my fellow travel blogger experts to show us the uniqueness of 11 ghost towns around the world.
A back-to 1953 adventure in Cuba. Heading out of Havana in a vintage car to the dreamy Viñales Valley, checking out the paintings and impressive cave systems in the area, and then looking for amazing treasures in the flea market in Old Havana.
A back-to 1953 adventure in Cuba. Continuing my journeying in the city with an intimate lunch at Restaurante Paladar Café Laurent, a vintage car driving through Miramar, Revolution Square, and Hotel Nacional, and eventually – the Malecón!
A back-to 1953 adventure in Cuba. Exploring the old city of Havana on a walking tour to the four iconic plazas, including the Havana Cathedral, Cuban beautiful Baroque buildings, World UNESCO Heritage sites, and more!
A back-to 1953 adventure in Cuba. This is my impression of arriving in Havana; Find out more about Cuba, why is this place special and what you should know about before visiting.