Monday, September 11, 2017
Havana.- Cuba's leisure industry is promoting its attractions to gain ground on international markets, supported by the specialized network INFOTUR.
Officials from the National Tourist Information Office (INFOTUR) pointed out that the goal is that all tourist institutions nationwide can provide free WiFi.
That way, visitors can access an application that contains information in several languages on Cuba's tourist destinations.
In addition, they can download any kinds of guides and maps, as well as the web portal Andariego, which provides accurate references to locations.
Cuba has 30 centers specialized in providing tourist information, recommending routes and itineraries and serving as a bridge to the country's history and traditions.