Non-stop return flights from the Manchester to Cuba from £332pp
Please note that this deal has now expired.
It's never too early to start planning next years holidays. How about booking a cheap flight to Cuba for January 2020, with Thomas Cook Airlines.
You might think of them as a tour operator, but they have their own airline division. Read our review of their long haul Airbus service - we highly recommend it.
- Economy Delight fare
- 1 piece of 6kg hand luggage
- Inflight drinks and James Martin meal
- Checked luggage from £40 extra
The cheapest flights are for January 2020.
There are plenty of accommodation options to choose from in Cuba, from large hotels to private rented accommodation. Airbnb has a wide selection of good apartments available from around £30 per night - see the Airbnb search results for 15 January to 22 January. You can get a £25 credit towards your accommodation if you are new to Airbnb and sign up using this link. Read our Airbnb guide for beginners here.
The map below shows a selection of hotel accommodation available on booking.com. The prices shown are the total price for two people staying between 15 January and 22 January 2020.
Important: Prices are correct at the time of publishing, however they are subject to change at any time depending on availability. Some promotional prices will be strictly limited by tour operators or airlines. Special terms and conditions may apply.
Average flight time: 08hrs and 54 mins
Don't be fooled by it's shabby and dilapidated facades, look beyond and there are treasures hidden within the very dust that settles on this often misunderstood place.
Trapped in another time on the heels of an economic crisis that lasted for more than 50 years, this is a place where the unexpected should always be expected, and thats the very thing that makes it such an interesting country to visit.
One of the most fascinating things about Cuba is how much of their colonial past remains. Without the interference of modern society, its cities remain closely aligned to the days when pirates roamed the Caribbean, with cobbled streets and market squares telling tales of history long since past. Many buildings had fallen int ruin, but have structurally stood the test of time and as investment increases, developments, homes and retro-fitted pop-up restaurants have found their way into this magical, historical place. Read our full destination guide here.