Havana visitors ride in a classic American car past a balcony decorated with Cuban and U.S. flags in Havana, Cuba. After a series of hikes in hotel prices, rates are starting to come back down to earth.
Havana visitors ride in a classic American car past a balcony decorated with Cuban and U.S. flags in Havana, Cuba. After a series of hikes in hotel prices, rates are starting to come back down to earth. Ramon Espinosa AP
Havana visitors ride in a classic American car past a balcony decorated with Cuban and U.S. flags in Havana, Cuba. After a series of hikes in hotel prices, rates are starting to come back down to earth. Ramon Espinosa AP

After frequent price hikes, cost of visiting Cuba coming down

February 23, 2017 05:20 PM

UPDATED March 13, 2017 02:50 PM

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