I can’t believe this is an issue. I’ve heard people say that driving in cuba could be an issue. I can honestly say that it’s not. The driving in cuba experience is the best, and the best for the price, I have seen in my life.
It’s the best experience for the price because driving in cuba is the best way to experience the beautiful city, and the best way to experience how big the city/streets/avenues are. Driving in cuba is one of those things that sounds like a great deal, but in actuality it is. With this being said, I’d like to thank the city of cuba and their government for allowing us to do this drive in cuba.
Cubans love driving in cuba. The city’s name is obviously a tribute to cuban football legend Diego Maradona, who gave the city that name. The city is a big enough place (by cuban standards, at least) that it offers plenty of space and ample parking. There is a pretty decent selection of restaurants and hotels close to the city’s outskirts.
As an aside, this will be our first driving in cuba experience. The city of cuba has a good selection of tours and attractions to choose from (and also has the best city center in the world), but driving is another story. The roads in cuba are not designed for driving. The citys roads are not especially smooth. The citys roads are not paved. The citys roads are not safe to drive on. The citys roads are definitely not designed for driving.
Driving in cuba is a much more challenging experience than we had imagined. To begin with, we had no idea how to drive. As we drove in the city center, we were never allowed to take a single foot off the gas. Our trip over the citys roads was a more difficult and interesting experience than we initially expected.