Tourists visit the cathedral square as a cat basks under the sun in Havana. While the U.S. prohibits tourism to Cuba, Americans can travel here for specially designated purposes like religious activity or the vaguely defined category of people-to-people cultural interaction.
Tourists visit the cathedral square as a cat basks under the sun in Havana. While the U.S. prohibits tourism to Cuba, Americans can travel here for specially designated purposes like religious activity or the vaguely defined category of people-to-people cultural interaction. Ramon Espinosa AP
Tourists visit the cathedral square as a cat basks under the sun in Havana. While the U.S. prohibits tourism to Cuba, Americans can travel here for specially designated purposes like religious activity or the vaguely defined category of people-to-people cultural interaction. Ramon Espinosa AP

American visitors aren’t flying in droves to Cuba now. Tour operators: Please come back

January 30, 2018 11:13 AM