Varadero, Cuba’s star beach, celebrates upcoming return of tourists

The authorities justify the new reopening by the "progress of the vaccination process in Cuba".

RIO  DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - With its 21 kilometers of beach and crystal-clear waters, Varadero, Cuba's most famous beach resort, expects to be reborn as soon as the island reopens its borders to tourism on November 15, despite the serious crisis caused by the pandemic.

"Total optimist (...) by November this will be again the paradise of always", assures to AFP the Spaniard Lorenzo Rubio, general manager of the Royalton Hicacus Hotel in Varadero, located in the province of Matanzas, 140 km from Havana.

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