Finding reliable information on what travel is like in Cuba was perhaps one of the most difficult obstacles we encountered while planning our trip back in January. It seems like everyone is going to Cuba but there are still a lot of big questions that need answering, especially for Americans. So we have put together a list of Cuba FAQs; it’s a combination of things we had questions about and questions we have been asked since we got back. We just want to make sure that everyone’s trip to Cuba is a breeze!
Wifi, Wifi, Wifi?
It is possible to get wifi in Cuba but it may take some work to access it. For starters, you have to buy a wifi access card. This card will give you a pin and password to enter when you access the wifi network. Don’t lose this card because you will have to enter it in every time you want to access the internet!
Where Can I Buy a Wifi Card?
The wifi in Cuba is run by ETSCA and you can buy the cards at any of their shops. The cards usually cost anywhere from $1.50 to $4.50 for an hour depending on where you purchase them and it works anywhere there is ETSCA. You can also purchase wifi cards at major hotels. In Havana, you can easier purchase a wifi card in the center at the Hotel Sevilla on the Paseo Prado and avoid the sometimes MASSIVE lines at the ETSCA center. ...