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Traveling to Cuba is possible now for educational institutions (faculty, staff and students); cultural, historical and religious organizations; private foundations; amateur sport teams; and US professionals and residents interested in cultural people-to-people exchanges with the Cuban people under the auspices of the General License, which means without having to ask permission to OFAC first.
Persons visiting "close relatives" who are nationals of Cuba.
Those on official business of the U.S. government, foreign governments, and certain intergovernmental organizations.
Journalists and support personnel.
Full-time professionals conducting professional research or attending certain professional meetings.
Faculty, staff and students of accredited U.S. graduate and undergraduate degree-granting academic institutions.
Members and staff of U.S. religious organizations.
Participants in public performances, clinics, workshops, athletic and other competitions, and exhibitions.
Those lending support for the Cuban people.
People engaged in humanitarian projects.
People participating in activities of private foundations or research or educational institutes.
Those dealing with the exportation, importation or transmission of information or information materials.
Those facilitating certain export transactions that may be considered for authorization under existing regulations and guidelines.
Havana, Cuba's capital and one of the biggest
cities in the Caribbean, offers a great richness
of art and culture.
Cienfuegos is a charming town set on the coast.
Its picturesque architectural style has earned it
the name of "the Pearl of the South", a term
that has endured for centuries.
The second-biggest city in Cuba, Santiago
boasts an enormous richness in culture,
architectureand music. Taste the authentic
Caribbeanspirit in Santiago de Cuba.