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Many of our members recall those long-ago days before Castro, when Americans enjoyed visits to Havana for the great music, food and casinos. Is it possible to arrange a group tour this winter? LER, Tampa FL

A: The restrictions of no visits were eased recently, although still not totally lifted. After over 140 thousand Americans came by cruise ships in early 2019, the U.S. government put in new rules. A previous category for "people-to-people" travel, which accounted for many tourist visits, was eliminated. Before you begin making group plans to go to Cuba, probably now only allowed by air, check with a trusted travel agency on current rules and restrictions.

 
 
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