"Viñales, Cuba: #10 on @nytimestravel's list of 52 places to go in 2016. Looking for the real Cuba? You've found it. Viñales — less than 3 hours by car from Havana — is a lush valley of deep-red earth, tobacco fields, and #mogotes, stunning limestone outcrops that are often shrouded by morning mist. Travelers can explore the valley, a @Unesco World Heritage site, from the village, where every other pastel house is a bed-and-breakfast. Stop at a tobacco farm and learn what goes into making some of the world's finest cigars, or, if you're a keen climber, get a guide to show you where the best mogote climbing is. The photographer Robert Rausch photographed volcanic hills in the Viñales valley. This #nytweekender, we're sharing photos of some of the destinations that made @nytimestravel editors' annual list. Visit the link in our profile to see more photos. #✈" By nytimes on Instagram.
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