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Rick Steves' Guide To Cuba

Host Rick Steves smoking a Cuban cigar in Cuba. In "Rick Steves' Guide To Cuba," Rick reports on the red tape, frustrations and rewards that come with travel in the home of rumba and rum, and romance and revolution.
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Host Rick Steves smoking a Cuban cigar in Cuba. In "Rick Steves' Guide To Cuba," Rick reports on the red tape, frustrations and rewards that come with travel in the home of rumba and rum, and romance and revolution.

Airs Sunday, June 17, 2018 at 9:30 a.m. on KPBS TV

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In "Rick Steves' Guide To Cuba," Rick reports on the red tape, frustrations and rewards that come with travel in the home of rumba and rum, and romance and revolution.

In his spirited slideshow lecture, Rick recaps the highlights of his trip, delighting the live audience with memorable anecdotes, political insights, and practical travel tips.

Trinidad's endlessly entertaining streets.
Courtesy of Rick Steves
Trinidad's endlessly entertaining streets.

A virtual tour of Havana is shown with its historic fort, colorful old cars, and melting-sugar-cube architecture, plus the program showcases the well-preserved colonial town of Trinidad and the verdant national park at Viñales, featuring scenic horse rides and rustic tobacco farms.

Setting sun in the valley of Viñales, Cuba.
Courtesy of Rick Steves
Setting sun in the valley of Viñales, Cuba.

Rick also shares strategies on booking rooms, getting around, connecting with locals, and finding the best cigars.

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Rick Steves' Guide To Cuba
A Rooftop Breakfast in Viñales
Our Time-Warp Home Away from Home in Havana

Distributed by American Public Television. Produced by KCTS and RICK STEVES’ EUROPE.