The latest news about the Cuba visa.


Visa waiver for Chinese travellers to Cuba

Cuba and China have a close relationship. From 17 May onwards, Chinese travellers will not need to apply for a visa any more to visit Cuba...

News report | 07-05-2024 | 16:46:33

Cuba launches electronic visa

Cuba is introducing an electronic visa. This visa should replace the tourist card and make the application process more modern and efficient...

News report | 07-05-2024 | 15:06:47

Cuba launches digital declaration form D’Viajeros

On 23 January 2023, Cuba launched a digital travel form. In addition to filling in this form, travellers must apply for a Cuba visa...

News report | 02-02-2023 | 14:12:53

Extension validity Cuba tourist visa

On 1 November 2022, the Cuban Ministry of Tourism announced the extension of the validity of the Cuba tourist visa to 90 days...

News report | 17-01-2023 | 13:06:41

Travelling to Cuba during the coronavirus pandemic

Because of the coronavirus, Cuba has implemented new strict regulations for visiting travellers. It is still necessary to apply for a visa...

News report | 27-08-2021 | 11:13:12

This is how you travel to Cuba

Read all about important practical affairs to get the most out of your stay in Cuba...

News report | 02-09-2019 | 15:57:54

Cuba wants more than five million tourists in 2019

Cuba aims to welcome over five million tourists in 2019. The country has started a campaign to this end...

News report | 24-06-2019 | 16:36:52

Cuba on the rise, a million travellers in first two months

In the first two months of 2019, a million travellers visited Cuba. A Cuba visa is required to visit the country...

News report | 08-04-2019 | 16:57:59

In urgent need of a Cuba visa? Submit an urgent application!

Unlike many other countries, Cuba does not have a digital visa system. In urgent need of a visa? Submit an urgent application...

News report | 26-11-2018 | 13:32:59

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