Please, do find the detailed itinerary below for all that’s included in our Cuba tours for the Jewish travelers.
We have limited space availability so book at your earliest convenience to make sure you do not miss out this lifetime opportunity to go to Cuba.
It all combines to take the Jewish traveler to discover the authentic Cuba that exists beyond secluded beach resorts and off the beaten path.
Following in the footsteps of famed American author Ernest Hemingway, attending the popular 9 O’Clock Cannon Ceremony, traversing the Valley of the Sugar Mills and touring the Partagas Cigar Factory (1845) are only some of the cultural activities of this educational tour to Cuba which is packed full with excitement and discovery.
Besides designing the architectural programme, we are also happy to organise reservations for transport, accommodation and restaurants and can provide an all-round no-worries programme for you if requested.
All our hand-picked guiding architects have a professional background in architecture and urbanism with first-hand knowledge of the design and building culture in their country.
Those American Jews seeking to understand what life is like for Jews in Cuba today should join this tour that also shed lights on the origins of the Jewish settlement in the largest island in the Greater Antilles.
As you explore UNESCO World Heritage Sites, picturesque towns and villages and amazing landscapes, you will meet with Cuban Jewish leaders and Jews who will passionately share with you their stories and dreams for a better future.
(…) We’ve all learned a lot about Berlin and about architectural theory and history, we’ve been well looked after and feel that a return to Berlin should happen soon.”“It was very refreshing to have a tour presented by an architect for architects.
In the past, during our previous office trips to many other cities in North America we have tried to find similar tours and we never really found anything like it.”“As this was my first architecture tour with GA I was not certain what to expect and was worried that the tour would be too architecturally centred. Arne did a wonderful job of combining architecturally interesting sites with historical relevant locales, and with city features not readily accessible to the average tourist.”“The selection of projects and their presentation left no question unanswered. The information and presentation materials were excellent.
As you explore the largest Spanish founded colonial cities in Cuba, you will visit the island’s most important Jewish congregations and learn firsthand about the Jewish heritage in the Caribbean country.