|Most popular in||March||High demand for flights, 8% potential price rise|
|Cheapest in||June||Best time to find cheap flights, 5% potential price drop|
|Average price||$395||Price for this month|
|Cheapest price||$1003||From New York to Santa Clara|
$287 - $567
There is quite a range of times you might get when looking to book a flight to Santa Clara, Cuba. This is due to the number of stops and the length of the stopovers on your trip. When flying to Santa Clara from New York City, you might find your trip coming in at 9h 20m, however, it could also be close to 23 hours. From San Jose, trips start in at close to 18 hours, while a flight from Seattle starts around 14 hours.
If you plan on leaving from Miami, FL, you’ll be able to book a non-stop flight to Santa Clara, Cuba. The same goes for when you are leaving from Fort Lauderdale, FL. The bonus is that these trips will only take a little over one hour. Flying from other major cities like Chicago, IL or Atlanta, GA will have you stopping at one or more other airports to transfer at.
Santa Clara is in the center of Cuba. To get there from the Abel Santamaría Airport, you will have to leave by car because there is no public transportation at the airport. Car options include renting a car from companies like Cubacar, Rex Rent-a-Car, and Havanautos. Taxis are also available in front of the Arrivals building. Driving to Santa Clara will take you around 20 minutes.
With monuments, shopping, and art galore, there is so much to do when visiting Santa Clara, Cuba. One of the most famous attractions is the Monumento Ernesto Che Guevara, which is a massive sculpture of Che Guevara, a man who is revered by many Cubans. The site is held in high esteem by locals, so be respectful when in its presence. Here you can also see music concerts and visit a Che Guevara museum, as well as his mausoleum. Art lovers should check out the Museo de Artes Decorativas, which is an 18th-century house that is filled to the brim with Baccarat pieces and unique items like a rocking chair that prevents people from falling asleep. El Mejunje Club is also another memorable location to visit. It has been around for decades and considered to be an LGBT cultural spot. Here you can see everything from drag shows and theater to senior citizen dances and magicians.
If flying to Cuba from the United States, a visa is required, so make sure to get one before heading to the airport. There are different types of visas that you can choose from like a tourist visa, business visa, family visa, and journalist visa. A valid passport will also be needed in order to board your flight, so make sure that yours hasn’t expired yet. Two pages of your passport will be required for the trip because of entry and exit.