Tourism is still a struggle for many in Havana, Cuba


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Tourists taking pictures at the Saint Francisco de Asis Square in Old Havana, Cuba. — AFP

Wearing a Hawaiian shirt and shorts, Spanish tourist Miguel Suarez enjoys a Cuban cigar before ordering at a restaurant in the Old Quarter of Havana, Cuba.

The 52-year-old engineer, along with his wife and two adolescent sons, travelled to the Caribbean nation for a week, fleeing their hectic city life in Madrid, Spain.

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