Havana International Fair, (FIHAV) the most important general trade fair in Cuba and the Caribbean as well as one of the most representative from Latin America.From October 30 to November 3 at the EXPOCUBA fairground is Cuba’s largest exhibition centre.
All sectors of the Cuban economy will take part in this event, which succeeds in putting together the most complete national and international trade exhibition in a space that enables exhibitors and visitors to establish commercial contacts, close business operations, exchange experiences and update in new technological developments.
Nuevitas port is the closest link with the tourist attraction Santa Lucia Beach, at 80km of the central-eastern city of Camagüey. It has its four facilities ready to receive foreign visitors again after the passing of Hurricane Irma on September 9.
The port is experiencing an investment project valued at 40 million dollars, which will allow in the coming years to support the cruise business in a region that has an extensive program of construction of hotel properties for tourism development in Cruz Key.
Camagüey one of the one of the main destinations of the island its Nuevitas port aims to become one of the main destinations for cruises to Cuba.
Diverse North American companies like Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. arrive in Cuba in the modality of cruise ships; previously others as Carnival Cruise Line, Pearl Seas Cruise, and Norwegian Cruise Line Holding NCLH were operating.
The City Ticket Office is located in Havana’s Vedado neighbourhood. The accompanying Airport Ticket Office is located across from JetBlue’s check-in counters at Terminal 3 in Havana’s José Martí International Airport (HAV).
In addition to Havana, JetBlue serves three other Cuban cities with daily service from Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood:
Santa Clara – Abel Santamaría Airport (SNU)
Camagüey – Ignacio Agramonte Airport (CMW)
Holguín – Frank País Airport (HOG)
The signature of such agreement formalizes Cuba entry in this important regional multilateral institution, which will allow to strengthen even more the already broad relations with Central American countries, the signatories assented.(Prensa Latina)
The action support projects of economic and social development and those of integration, backed up by that regional financial institution.
CABEI was created in 1960 and it is a multilateral institution that has as a mission to promote economic integration and balanced development of the countries of such area.
Among CABEI’s founding members are Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua and Costa Rica, while another eight countries are non-founding extra-regional members, and there is one beneficiary member.