Cuba struggles to accommodate tourist influx
from Hotel Online
Travellers hoping to visit the previously forbidden island nation should be prepared for shortages of services. The sudden influx of tourists has already created a strain on retailers, hotels and restaurants, and in at least one place, Vinales, taxi drivers are offering stranded tourists sleeping accommodations in their back seats for $10 a night. Some restaurants take only advance bookings. Visitors should plan ahead and be aware of travel restrictions for U.S. citizens, which include prohibitions still in place against purely vacation activities.
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