Top 10 Instagram Spots In Cuba
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Top 10 Instagram Spots In Cuba

04 Oct Top 10 Instagram Spots In Cuba

Top 10 Instagram Spots in Cuba

An instagrammable destination has become more important for many when you choose travel destinations, especially among Millennials and Gen Z. Colourful and beautiful photos get lots of attention on Instagram. And no place is more interesting to take photos than Cuba.

Cuba is fascinating, it is like going back in a time you never experienced yourself, old cars from the 50s, abandoned buildings and historic and colourful buildings. Here are my top 10 Instagram spots in Cuba.

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La Guardia, Havana


Colourful street of Trinidad with Convento de San Francisco de Asis


La Botija, Trinidad, Cuba


Looking at the view of Viñales from Balcon del Valle


Playa Ancon, Trinidad

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Capitolio de La Habana

Colourful buildings in Havana, across the street from Capitolio

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Plaza De La Revolucion, Havana


Abandoned mansion in Vedado, Havana

Posing in front of a classic car on Malecon, Havana


Do you have any other favourite Instagram spots in Cuba or other places around the world? Tell me in the comment section below. 


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  • Danielle Lawson
    Posted at 06:04h, 25 July Reply

    Totally insta-worthy! Love those view of Vinales and the fab colour array Cuba has on offer. The abandoned buildings give an amazing ambience. Wish I could be strolling on that bright white beach with you!

  • Tania Mukherjee
    Posted at 23:52h, 25 July Reply

    The pictures are gorgeous. Cuba is such a versatile place, one moment there are hills, the other moment you see a blue ocean. However nothing is more fascinating than the neighborhoods, houses, cars, streets and people of Cuba! I am sure you will agree!

    • thevikingabroad
      Posted at 10:48h, 26 July Reply

      Yes, I really wish I could see Santiago and Camaguey, I am sure I will be back 😀

  • Sandy N Vyjay
    Posted at 00:29h, 26 July Reply

    Have always been fascinated by Cuba, which seems to have an intriguing allure to it. Looking at the pictures, I can say that Cuba seems to be made to order for Instagram. The photos are really stunning and capture the beauty and spirit of Cuba in vivid colours.

  • Patricia
    Posted at 10:22h, 26 July Reply

    You picked some great spots! I’ve never been to Cuba, although I very much want to go. The beaches and the colorful buildings are a draw for sure, but I’m also curious about the history and that “back in time” feeling you mentioned. It’s a place I’d love to explore on foot. Of course, my language skills would need to be improved a lot in order to really get to talk to people, but I’m willing to try!

    • thevikingabroad
      Posted at 10:45h, 26 July Reply

      I hope you get to go 😀 Surprisingly people talk English to you, especially those who deals with tourists 😀

  • Candy
    Posted at 13:54h, 26 July Reply

    I went to Cuba back in April and didn’t quite hit all the spots you did. I really wish I could have made it to the colorful streets of Trinidad. I also wish I had time to take some photos at Viñales. The photo you have of Viñales is stunning and looks so peaceful.

    • thevikingabroad
      Posted at 05:50h, 27 July Reply

      It is lots to see in Havana as well. I want to go back too. 🙂

  • Paige W
    Posted at 16:04h, 26 July Reply

    These are definitely beautiful spots that I would love to photograph. I’m dying to go to Cuba – especially Havana. I’ve been dreaming about it for decades now. La Guardia is calling my name!

  • Chantell Collins
    Posted at 16:21h, 26 July Reply

    I was just watching a video about Cuba the other day and wondering when I will get a chance to visit. Your post has definitely given me added inspiration. I love your photos and it looks like you had a great time! Hopefully I can make it there next year.

  • Laura Nalin
    Posted at 21:35h, 26 July Reply

    Oh my goodness, I love your little green romper in this post! (or playsuit perhaps since you’re not American.) While all of these photos are gorgeous, the photo of you at La Botija is my favorite. So colorful!

  • Mel Butler
    Posted at 06:44h, 27 July Reply

    I went to Cuba a few years ago now and loved the colourful country, I never saw La Guardin in Havana that would have been cool to see and take pictures off. Unfortunately, I was only there a week and didn’t have enough time to go to Trinidad, it is the one place that I regret not being able to go to, especially even more now that I have seen your pictures. I suppose it is a good excuse for me to go back in the future 🙂

    • thevikingabroad
      Posted at 16:04h, 27 July Reply

      ah sad you regret it. Havana is the most important to see I reckon. I Wish I could go to Santiago and Santa Clara as well, but it is hard to see it all. Cuba is quite a long country.

  • Cat
    Posted at 13:38h, 27 July Reply

    Cuba is such a beautiful country. Your photos captured it well. They really showcase the variety of scenery it offers!

  • Mabel
    Posted at 07:52h, 09 August Reply

    Amazing! I love the informal style of the post. and the photos. Check here my photos of Cuba:

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