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Public holidays in Cuba

Cuba Holiday and Festival Guide

Public holidays in CubaCuba is officially called the Republic of Cuba. It is located in the Caribbean Sea and consists of Cuba Island, Isla de la Juventud Island, and many other smaller islands. It is in the south of Bahamas and Florida, in the east of Yucatán Peninsula, north of Cayman Islands and Jamaica, and west of Haiti. The people here are called Cubans and Spanish the official language here. Havana is the capital and the largest city as well. The other cities of Cuba are Havana, Santiago de Cuba, Camagüey, Holguín, Guantánamo, Santa Clara, Las Tunas, and Bayamo.

Holidays in Cuba

DayDateHolidayComments
TuesdayJanuary 01Triumph of Revolution
WednesdayJanuary 02The victory of Fidel Castro
FridayApril 19Good Friday
WednesdayMay 01Labour Day
ThursdayJuly 25Revolution Anniversary Holiday
FridayJuly 26National Revolution Day
SaturdayJuly 27Revolution Anniversary Holiday
ThursdayOctober 10Independence Day
WednesdayDecember 25Christmas Day
ThursdayDecember 26Boxing Day
TuesdayDecember 31New Year’s Eve

Triumph of Revolution in Cuba

January 01, is celebrated as Triumph of Revolution in Cuba every year. This day commemorates the victory of the revolution led by Fidel Castro in 1958, learn more…

The victory of Fidel Castro in Cuba

January 02, is celebrated Victory of Fidel Castro in Cuba. This is held to commemorate the victory of the Cuban Revolution which was conduct by Fidel Castro, learn more…

Good Friday in Cuba

April 19, 2019, will be celebrated as the Good Friday in Cuba like the rest of the world. It is purely a religious event for the Christian community and celebrated before Easter Sunday, learn more

Labour Day in Cuba

Labour Day is held on May 01, every in the world and in Cuba as well. This day is celebrated to give tribute to the services of workers, learn more…

Revolution Anniversary Holiday in Cuba

July 25th is considered as the Revolution Anniversary Holiday in Cuba. The Cuban government declares two holidays on 25th and 27th July, learn more…

National Revolution Day in Cuba

Each year, July 26th is celebrated as National Revolution Day in Cuba. On this Day bands of rebel overthrow the government by attacking military barracks, learn more…

Independence Day of Cuba

October 10, is celebrated as the Independence Day of Cuba. This day commemorates the ten years of war against Spain, learn more…

Christmas Day in Cuba

December 25th is Christmas day in Cuba just like the rest of the world. This day is celebrated with joy and festivity, learn more…

Boxing Day in Cuba

In Cuba, Boxing Day is held on Thursday 26th December. This day is special for the servants when they receive gifts from their masters as a Christmas Present also known as Christmas Box, learn more…

New Year’s Eve in Cuba

December 31st a day before New Year is celebrated as New Year’s Eve in Cuba. They celebrate this occasion with lots of parties and really heavy fireworks, learn more…

Fact and Figures about Cuba

All the facts and figures about Cuba are mentioned below. If you want to know anything about them then take a look below.

Capital of Cuba

The capital city of Cuba is Havana and with the area about 781.58 sq. A kilometer is the largest city in the country. The total population is consists of 2.1 million individuals.

President of Cuba

Miguel Díaz-Canel is the present president of the Republic of Cuba. Under the constitution, the president holds the second most powerful position in Cuba.

Prime Minister of Cuba

The Prime Minister of Cuba is also referred to as the President of the Council of Ministers. Mr. Miguel Díaz-Canel also serves as the President of the Council of Mister and was elected in 2018, on April-19.

Population of Cuba

In 2017, the estimated population of Cuba was about 11.48 million which is equivalent to 0.15% of the world’s total population. It is ranked at 82nd position in the most populated countries of the world.

Flag of Cuba

The current flag of Cuba is consist of five stripes of alternating blue and white color along with an equilateral triangle of red with one five-pointed located in the center of the triangle.

national flag of Cuba

Currency of Cuba

The national currency of Cuba is Cuban Peso. The official code for the currency is CUP and the most commonly used symbol are $, $MN, or ₱.

Religion of Cuba

The majority population is related to Christianity in which 60% are Roman Catholics and 5% are Protestants. While the other 11% are African Spiritual, and 24% are Non-religious.

Dialing Code of Cuba

The international dialing code of Cuba is +53.

Crime Rate of Cuba

Colombia has a crime index 29.30 and safety index 70.70 in the world.

Famous Airport in Cuba

On a daily basis, Cuba deals with many national and international flights. Some of the busiest airports of Cuba are Gustavo Rizo Airport which serves Baracoa located in the Guantánamo province, Carlos Manuel de Céspedes Airport which serves Bayamo located in the Granma province, Ignacio Agramonte International Airport which serves Camagüey located in the Camagüey province, Jardines del Rey Airport which serves Cayo Coco located in the Ciego de Ávila province, and Vilo Acuña Airport which serves Cayo Largo del Sur located in the Isla de la Juventud province.

Top Destinations of Cuba

Cuba is an island country located in the Caribbean. Cuba promotes tourism and opened for travelers who love to explore things. Some of the best places to visit in Cuba are Jardines del Rey, Maria la Gorda, Baracoa, Cayo Largo del Sur, Cienfuegos, Santiago de Cuba, Varadero, Vinales, Trinidad, and Havana.

Area of Cuba

The total area of Cuba is 109,884 sq. kilometers.

GDP of Cuba

In 2015, the estimated GDP of Cuba was 87.13 billion US dollars which is equivalent to 0.14% of the total world’s economy.

Sports in Cuba

The most loved sport in Cuba is Baseball, while other sports such as Basketball, sailing, volleyball, trekking, boxing are also played here.

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