Visit places where Hemingway lived and flourished in Cuba

Inside Ernest Hemingway’s home at Finca Vigia in San Francisco de Paula near Havana, Cuba.
(Brian van der Brug / Los Angeles Times)

Ever wonder why Ernest Hemingway lived in Cuba for 20 years? Find out firsthand on a tour with Valerie Hemingway, his daughter-in-law and last personal secretary.

Hemingway will share stories about living and working with the American writer in Cuba during the tour.

The eight-day excursion, offered by EmbracingCuba Tours, will include visits to Matanzas, Varadero and Trinidad as well as a visit to Finca Vigía, the writer’s home and now the Museo Hemingway.

Dates: Jan 22-Jan.29, April 30-May 7.


Price: $5,499 per person, double occupancy; $300 single supplement. Includes accommodations, most meals, entrance fees, English-speaking guide and driver. International airfare and gratuities not included.

Info: EmbracingCuba Tours, (323) 982-0552


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