Loosened travel restrictions have allowed more Americans to travel to Cuba, largely through licensed U.S. tour operators leading “people-to-people” trips for cultural and educational purposes.
A view of the center of Havana. After 52 years of the Communist revolution, Cuba's leaders are attempting to redefine their economic model. Small changes, such as allowing some people to own businesses, are starting to be implemented, as Raul Castro guides the country toward a 21st-century model of the revolution. /Christian Science Monitor/Getty Buy Photo