Cuba Baradero Feedback From Tourists
Varadero is a resort city located in northern Cuba 130 kilometres from Havana. For the first time in 1555, the resort zone was opened in 1872. However, only the first half of the twentieth century began to develop actively. Today is the most famous and popular resort in Cuba. In 1992, the beaches of Varadero were recognized by UNESCO as one of the world ' s most clean beaches. They are about 20 kilometres long.
The Baradero is considered an open zone only for tourists, and for local residents the zone is closed and only through special checkpoints.
North of Cuba
UTC-5, summer UTC-4
International telephone code
Climate and weather
Climat is sub-equatorial tropical. The hot weather holds throughout the year, the summer average temperature reaches +30...+35 °C and the winter is +25 °C (but may be reduced to +19 °C). The level of humidity is relatively high due to climatic and geographical location - to 81%.
Tropical storms sometimes fall into this territory, usually during the rainy season from the end of spring to the middle of the fall. The rainfall reaches 1,500 mm and all falls in the form of rain. Thanks to these conditions, the tourist season lasts almost a year.
Waradero is famous for its white beaches and the clean water of the Atlantic Coast. The beauty of nature can't leave anyone indifferent. There can always be exotic plants, trees and flowers, as well as the glory of the underwater world.
Thanks to the abundance of red-coloured soils, there is a large number of fruits (mainly citrus fruits) and vegetables, without which no national dish can be presented. Large caves are formed in coastal areas.
The whole city can rightly be regarded as one of the great virtues of the planet. These are the oldest architectural buildings that attract visitors as a magnet. One such building is Iglesia de Santa Elviracolonial. Also in Waradero, we should see one of the largest two-story forts in 1897.