To enter Cuba as a tourist you only need a valid passport and a Tourist Card. The passport must have a minimum valid period of six months beyond your stay in Cuba. The Tourist Card can be purchased at travel agencies and airlines that fly to Cuba. The Tourist Card allows free travel throughout Cuba for up to thirty days. It is needed a visa to enter Cuba for more than a 30-day period.
Students, businesspersons, journalists or any other visitor who comes to fulfil a specific task should get a special visa, which can be requested in the Cuban Consulate of their respective country.
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Cuba is connected to approximately 50 cities in the world through regular and charter flights: the most important cities of the Caribbean, Canada, United States, Mexico, Central and South America, Europe and Asia. Over 60 foreign airlines fly to Cuba landing in its ten international airports located in the main cities and tourist destinations of the country. However, the main place of entry to Cuba is José Martí International Airport in Havana.
**The minimum advance-booking period for on-line flight reservations is five days.
Right after completing your reservation, your credit card will be charged and a booking confirmation e-mail will be sent to you. The charge will be in your selected currency, by CARIBBEANTRAVELNETWORK. You will receive an electronic ticket within the next business day of your booking (Mon – Fri, 9 am – 6 pm, GMT–05.00). The electronic ticket must be printed out and taken to the airline check-in on the day of departure, along with the appropriate travel documents.