Cuba has two official currencies: Peso and Convertible Peso.
Cuba is located in North America.
Estimated population (2012): 11,167,325
Estimated population (2002): 11,177,743
Estimated population (1953): 5,829,029
Estimated population (1907): 2,048,980
Cuba's economy is dominated by state-run enterprises. Most of the means of production are owned and run by the government, and most of the labor force is employed by the government. Private sector, is mainly composed of personal property. Any investment in Cuba is restricted and requires approval by the government and the Cuban government sets most prices. Housing and transportation costs are very low in Cuba, and Cubans receive free education, health care, and food subsidies.
The most popular places in Cuba among international travellers