Internet Access in Cuba – Where to Find Cuban Wifi [2019]



It may be the first thing you question about travelling to Cuba.  Is there Internet in Cuba for tourists? Is there wifi in Cuba? Yes, even in 2019.  The good news is that now in 2019 there are at least 635 places you can get inhoternet and wifi in Cuba.  The bad news – it’s still government run, it’s not free and there are a few hoops that you need to jump through to get online in Cuba.  This guide will explain all about Internet access in Cuba and gives you the FULL list of all the wifi locations in Cuba.  You can access the internet via terminals in ETECSA Cuba offices or you can more commonly get wifi in Cuba.  There is no such thing as the internet cafe in Cuba.

In this guide we’ll answer all the questions you have about internet access in Cuba

  • Can you get internet in Cuba?
  • Can you get wifi in Cuba?
  • Where to buy internet access in Cuba?
  • How to logon to wifi in Cuba
  • Do I need to logout of Cuba internet access?
  • Where are the wifi hotspots in Cuba?
  • Can I get mobile internet in Cuba?
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TLDR:  Internet in Cuba

It’s available.  For a cost.  You can easily buy access to get on the Internet.  It’s not fast, you shouldn’t rely on it (but heck it was like that for us New Zealand too!).   You will find internet access points in most towns and cities in Cuba now.  You should make sure you get yourself a VPN before you get to the country – to protect your personal data and ensure you can access all the sites that you want to:

    • Don’t know what a VPN is?  Read more in our Common Sense Guide to find out how it helps you.
    • Get the best VPN – that we’ve found – that works very well in China, Turkmenistan & Cuba.


Internet access in 2019 is provided by a Government owned telecommunications company called ETECSA   (Empresa de Telecomunicaciones de Cuba S.A).  ETECSA strictly controls where you can access the internet, although the number of locations is increasing quickly.


There are two types of service provided for Cuban internet access.  ETESCA provides for internet access ‘ temporary and permanent accounts.  Permanent accounts are only available to Cuban residents. However, you might end up using one (read on for more on this).  Temporary accounts are what the vast majority of Cubans and all tourists end up using.

Temporary Internet Access in Cuba for Tourists

A temporary internet account allows access to the internet through pre-paid non rechargeable cards.  You might hear these referred to as the Cuba Internet Card.  Cuba tourists need to use one to access the internet.  These are valid for 30 days from the first date of use. You do not have to use all the time purchased at one time.  This is the only legal way to get on the internet for tourists in Cuba in 2019.


Permanent Internet Access in Cuba

A permanent internet account isn’t really a permanent account, it’s an annual contract.  It gives access to SIGNIFICANTLY better rates for access than the temporary account.  However, that said, it won’t be available to you as a tourist unless you seek it out on the black market.  (see more below).

What’s the difference between ETECSA and NAUTA

You may hear others using the terms ETECSA and NAUTA interchangeably.  ETESCA is the company that provides Internet access in Cuba.  NAUTA is the name of both the permanent account and the temporary card that you buy to give you access to the Internet.

Where to Buy your NAUTA Cuba Internet Card

There are FOUR primary places to buy a NAUTA Cuba internet access card.

  1. ETECSA Office

This is where the Nauta internet cards will be the cheapest.  They will be the standard government listed price.  You will pay the same price in these offices as Cubans do.   There will always be a line to buy your cards here.  Mostly the line will be outside the office, as only a few people are allowed in at a time.   You WILL need your passport in order to buy the card.

Most ETECSA offices are open 7 days a week from 0830 until 1900, although there may be some differences as you move across the country.  You can find an up to date list of ETECSA offices locations on their website here. There are several offices of ETESCA Havana and Varadero.  Note that while many ETECSA offices have PC’s where you can access the internet and many have wifi access at the office, not all of them do!  You can ask for a NAUTA internet access card, or NAUTA wifi card – it’s the same thing

We bought Nauta wifi cards from the ETECSA Varadero office and queued for 5 minutes.  Unfortunately they did not have wifi.  Varadero wifi spots included the Complejo Todo por Uno shopping mall.

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  1. Hotels

Many hotels will sell you a NAUTA internet access card, simply ask the concierge.  You will NOT need your passport to buy a card.  As one of the hotels in Havana with wifi, the Hotel Sevilla in Havana, for instance, sells one-hour NAUTA cards for 4.50 CUC.  The hotel also has wifi access and their lounge is generally full of tourists accessing the internet.  The wifi here at the Hotel Sevilla can be accessed with ANY NAUTA card, not just one bought from the hotel itself.

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  1. ETESCA outlets

You’ll also find some ETECSA outlets, where customers can buy recharge for their mobile phones.  These places also sell NAUTA cards.  They will be more than the 1.00 CUC per hour, but usually not a great deal more.  We found one in Havana, that charges 2.50 CUC for an hour access card.

  1. The Black Market – i.e. buying a NAUTA card in the park

You’ll always be able to find someone willing to sell you a price marked up NAUTA card.  Cubans will go to the ETECSA store, buy their allowance of cards and then come to a wifi hotspot and look for tourists to sell them to.  It’s certainly simpler than finding an ETECSA store, and likely cheaper than the seriously marked up hotel prices.

You may also be able to buy Cuban internet access WITHOUT a NAUTA card.  This means accessing someone’s permanent account.  The cost differential between temporary internet access accounts and permanent internet access accounts is HUGE.  An hour of internet access with a temporary NAUTA card costs 1.00 CUC from an ETECSA office.  An hour of internet access with a permanent account costs 0.10 CUC to view local content.  It appears to cost 1.00 CUC to view international content.   Yes.  You read that right.  So if you’re offered internet access at a public wifi spot and the “vendor” needs to input a user name and password into your device, then you’re accessing their permanent account.  They’re paying 0.10 CUC (possibly) for the hour they’ll sell you.  And you’re paying whatever you negotiate.

The choice is obviously yours as to where you buy from and whether you want cheap or quick.

What does a NAUTA Cuba Internet Access Card look like?

There are two types of cards sold.  The first and older type looks like this.  There is a scratch off on the reverse of the card which contains your user name and password.

Internet Access in Cuba NAUTA card (1)

The newer Cuban Internet access card is similar to the way in which you receive a new PIN number for your debit/credit card.    You rip open the card – carefully – and your username and password are on a separate slip inside.

Internet Access in Cuba NAUTA card (2)

Cost of Internet Access in Cuba 2019

To get on the internet in Cuba you need to buy an ETECSA Cuba internet access card – the NAUTA card.  These cost

  • 30 minutes:  0.50 CUC
  • 1 hour : 1 CUC
  • 5 hours: 5 CUC

These are the 2019 prices from an ETECSA office.  Other locations, such as hotels, outlets and Cubans selling them on the black market will charge more.

We bought one hour cards for 1.50 CUC (ETECSA office) 2.50 CUC (Outlet in Havana) and 4.50 CUC (the Hotel Sevilla in Havana).

Some hotels, especially in tourist areas will charge up to 10 times the cost of the ETECSA fee to get online.  In most hotels, you will be able to use the NAUTA card that you have purchased elsewhere.

Splash out on a hotel in Havana

Where to get Wifi & Internet Access in Cuba

As 2019, there are 830 wifi hotspots to get Internet Access n Cuba.  In September 2016 there were 200 locations.   Some ETECSA offices also provide “internet terminals” where you can log on using your NAUTA card and access the internet.  You can find locations of these rooms here. Be very wary about inputting your personal details into these PCs.

If you’re looking for a list of all the wifi hotspots in Cuba scroll to the bottom of the article – or subscribe and get a downloadable copy.

The ETECSA navigation/surfing rooms that are in telepuntos and service centres are open seven days a week from 0830 until 1900.  Other surfing rooms may have different opening hours that are displayed locally.

Increasingly as Cuba gets online internet access is being provided in hotels (and some Casa Particulars – although these are few and far between).  If you’re looking for Havana hotels with wifi then the Hotel Seville is a good place to start.

Where are Cuban Wifi Hotspots?

  1. Airports – Havana, Cienfuegos, Camaguey, Holguin, Santiago de Cuba and Varadero now provide internet access
  2. Hotels and Resorts – you can find wifi in Havana or Varadero in higher end resorts and hotels.
  3. Parks
  4. At ETECSA offices/stores.

There’s a FULL list of all the current wifi hotspots in Cuba at the end of this article.  You can also get a download of this list (and it’s updated every 90 days) by subscribing.

In some locations, you can sit in a café or a bar and access the Internet.  After you’ve squatted in a public park trying to get your email this feels incredibly civilised.   The further away from Havana and Varadero, we got the more pleasant the access got.

Great places to access the internet that we visited included

    • Matanzas Wifi Hotspot – Plaza La Vigia cafe in the square of the same name
    • Baracoa Wifi Hotspot– Cafeteria El Parque
    • Sancti Spitirus Wifi Hotspot – the Taverna Yayabo, overlooking the bridge of the same name and the river
    • Santiago de Cuba  Wifi Hotspot – Cerveceria Puerto Del Rey on the river

Where to get Internet Access in Cuba

The most accurate and up to date location to find details of where you can get Internet access in Cuba is the ETECSA website.  But, you don’t need to go there, this article is updated every 30 days with the full list of Cuba’s wifi hotspots.

When you’re in Cuba, we highly recommend that you take a full download of the Cuban maps on They’re excellent for finding your way around and they do mark SOME wifi hotspots (simply search for WIFI and you’ll get a list of places). We found it about 70% accurate. The list in this article is updated every 30 days for accuracy.

You will generally get wifi access at the main park in each town or city.

Read our NEW Common Sense Guide to VPNS here – or get a VPN with ExpressVPN

How to get Wifi in Cuba.  Getting Online.

Getting online is simple

The screens are available in English and Spanish.

  1. Turn on Wifi on your device.
  2. Connect to the ETECSA wifi network, this will force open a browser window on your device and direct you to the login screen.
  3. If it does not then you can open a browser and attempt to search for anything, it will force a redirect to the above page.
  4. Input the username and then password from your NAUTA card.

Note that as soon as you logon, your one hour access starts counting down.  Your card is valid for 30 days from the first use.   When you disconnect the clock stops.  It only starts again when you log on again.

Each time you logon on the browser window will advise you as to how many minutes you have remaining on your card.

Using ETECSA.  Logout

There is now no requirement (2017 onwards) from ETECSA logout.  Simply shut down your ETESCA wifi connection.  (It will sve your battery anyways)  The clock will stop.  You will read many articles suggesting that you type in to logout Etecsa into your browser window and then press the logout button.  If this is only in Spanish, then it will say CERRAR.  (close).  ETECSA’s own advice on their website also says, JUST DISCONNECT FROM THE WIFI SIGNAL.

We did NOT have to logout at all during our Cuban travels, and we tested it several times.  We simply disconnected and had no problems.  The time remained the same on our cards.

Internet Speed in Cuba

We found Cuban wifi signal strength to be reasonably good in all locations.  We found internet speed in Cuba variable in different locations and also different times of the day.  Sometimes we were online and it disconnected and we could not reconnect.  Other times we simply could not connect.

We were able to use Skype.  Especially in Santa Clara, we saw many Cubans using Skype for voice communications and some video communications.

ETECSA says that each location, depending on the size of the connection should allow 50 consecutive users for smaller locations and 100 consecutive users for the larger locations.  It gives no details as to which locations are large and which are small.

The speed of connection in ETECSA offices, where you access via a cabled connection using one of their PC’s is up to 2MBps.  We found the connections over wifi in all locations to be slow but steady.

Security on the Internet in Cuba

On some occasions, we could NOT access sites with HTTPS enabled.  On other occasions, we could.  We were able to utilise our VPN > read more here about why you should use a VPN on public wifi networks.  The internet service is provided by a government organisation in Cuba.  I preferred that my content was not visible to them.  I would always use a VPN in Cuba.

Tips for Internet Usage in Cuba

Before you Arrive in Cuba…

    1. Don’t rely on getting internet service in Cuba.  Al sorts of things could go wrong.
    2. Prior to arrival in Cuba do all your research. Download Maps.Me and Cuban maps.
    3. If you use Tripadvisor, get the offline version of Havana.
    4. Print the list of locations where wifi is available if you know you’re going to need to connect – as a reminder you can download it from our subscriber content page.
    5. Get a VPN before you arrive in Cuba -Read our NEW Common Sense Guide to VPNS here – or get a VPN from ExpressVPN

Wifi Access in Cuba

  1. Make a list of what you need to do online.  Be ruthless
  2. If you need to send information, then draft the information in a notes app, ready to cut and paste it into the relevant application.
  3. Immediately on connecting, set off the download for your email/documents you might need.
  5. Read what you need to read offline, draft replies in a notes app.
  6. Log back on. Copy and paste your responses.


The Internet in Cuba isn’t as bad as you think it’s going to be.  So long as you go in with the attitude that it’s going to be bad.  (she writes shrugging sitting here now with good, fast internet access).  You just need to plan ahead.  And assume that you won’t have any access at all, but we hope we’ve managed to outline the how, where and when of internet access in Cuba in 2019.

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Where to Find Wifi in La Habana Province

Where to Find Wifi in Arroyo Naranjo

  • Pabellones Central y 14 EXPOCUBA
  • Parque Santa Amalia, Arroyo Naranjo
  • Parque de Caballero y Pizarro. Arroyo Naranjo
  • Parque Isabel Sofia Parraga
  • Parque Aristides Viera Rpto Eléctrico
  • Parque de Lourdes y San Gregorio (Vibora-Park)
  • Finca Alcona

Where to Find Wifi in Boyeros

  • Parque José Martí, Santiago de las Vegas.
  • Parque de Calabazar. Boyeros
  • Parque Wajay
  • Parque Lugardita, Muncipio Boyeros
  • Parque de la Iglesia. Managua
  • Parque Río Cristal
  • Complejo Recreatur Fontanar
  • Parque en la zona de Altahabana
  • Parque Lenin
  • Parque Río Verde


Where to Find Wifi in Centro Habana

  • Parque Fe del Valle (Galeano y San Rafael)
  • Parque Trillo
  • Malecón. Exterior zona Hotel Deauville
  • Malecón. Exterior Restaurant Castro Poll
  • Parque Infanta y Salud. Municipio Centro Habana
  • Parque Karl Marx. Centro Habana
  • Boulevar-San-Rafael
  • Parque Angeles-Estrella
  • Parque La Pera
  • Parque de los Martires Centro Habana


Where to Find Wifi in Cerro

  • Parque Estadio Latinoamericano, Cerro
  • Parque Nguyen Van Troy
  • Parque Palatino, Cerro
  • Parque-Manila
  • Boulevar del Reparto Martí


Where to Find Wifi in Cotorro

  • Parque 9 de Abril, Cotorro
  • Parque de Santa Maria del Rosario. Cotorro
  • Parque de Cuatro Caminos

Where to Find Wifi in Diez de Octubre

  • Parque Mónaco, Diez de Octubre.
  • Parque Cordóba. Diez de Octubre
  • Parque Asunción.
  • Parque Lawton. Calle B y 8. Diez de Octubre
  • Parque de Concepción y 21. Lawton
  • Parque Santos Suaréz


Where to Find Wifi in Guanabacoa

  • Parque Viondi. Guanabacoa
  • Parque de los Martires de la Jata. Guanabacoa
  • Parque consejo popular La Gallega
  • Parque Nestor Aranguren (El Machaco)
  • Parque Infantil Sta Fe Gbcoa
  • Parque Infantil Dbeche
  • Parque en el reparto Eduardo Chibás
  • Parque del Reparto Mañana


Where to Find Wifi in Habana del Este

  • Paseo de la Villa Panamericana
  • Parque Hanoi, Alamar
  • Centro Cultural Alamar
  • Parque de Campo Florido. Habana del Este
  • Parque de Guanabo. H. Este
  • Complejo Morro Cabaña
  • Parque Centro Comercial Camilo Cienfuegos
  • Parque del Rpto Guiteras
  • Hospital Naval
  • Centro Comercial El-Progreso-Alamar
  • Parque-La-Guayabera
  • Parque Diversiones “José Martí”
  • Rotonda-Guanabo
  • Parque Ernest Hemingway
  • Paseo de la Villa Panamerica (II )
  • Hotel Colinas de Villareal Militar


Where to Find Wifi in Habana Vieja

  • Plaza Cristo
  • Parque-Cuatro-Caminos

Where to Find Wifi in La Lisa

  • Parque de 51 en La Lisa
  • Parque Punta Brava. La lisa
  • Centro Comercial 31 y 240-S.Agustin
  • Parque Cano Lisa
  • Parque Valle Grande
  • Parque-Elena-La-Lisa
  • Parque-Arroyo-Arenas


Where to Find Wifi in Marianao

  • Anfiteatro de Marianao
  • Hospital Militar
  • Parque 118 Anfiteatro Marianao
  • Parque 51 y76
  • Parque Marianao en 104 y 41
  • Parque-126-y-51

Where to Find Wifi in Playa

  • Centro Multiservicios Miramar
  • Parque Coyula. 19 y 30, Playa
  • Parque 13 y 76, Playa
  • Balneario Universitario 1ra y 42. Playa.
  • Recinto Ferial Pabexpo
  • Palacio_Convenciones
  • Teatro Karl Marx
  • Laboratorio KCHO
  • Parque Flores Playa
  • Parque-Genetica-Playa
  • Parque Juan Manuel Marquez Playa
  • Parque Nautico Playa
  • Parque Rincón Martiano
  • Parque Lázaro Cárdenas Kolhy
  • Parque Jaimanitas Playa
  • Parque Japones Playa
  • ParqueTropicana
  • El Sauce
  • Museo-Memorial-La-Denuncia


Where to Find Wifi in Plaza

  • La Rampa (Malecón hasta el cine Yara),
  • Parque Línea y L, Plaza
  • Parque Wilfredo Lam. Plaza
  • Sucursal Cimex Sol y Mar, Malecón
  • Malecón y Paseo
  • La Piragua
  • El Castillito
  • Centro Tecnológico. Hola Ola
  • Calle G y Malecón
  • Malecón. Exterior Centro HispanoAmericano.
  • Malecón. Zona Abadía
  • Parque Coopelia
  • Parque Linea y H. Municipio plaza
  • Parque Abel Santa María. Municipo Plaza
  • Pabellón Cuba
  • Parque Clandestinidad
  • Cacsa-La-Rampa
  • Casa de Las-Américas
  • Parque Wifredo Lam Vedado
  • Cupet-23-y-Malecón
  • ICRT-La Rampa
  • PV CM Sala Navegación Internet 17 y A
  • Parque La Piragua
  • Parque Fuente de La Juventud
  • Parque de 3ra y B
  • Parque Tulipán y Loma
  • Centro Cultural EGREM


Where to Find Wifi in Regla

  • Parque Las Madres, Regla
  • Parque-Arcoiris-Regla


Where to Find Wifi in San Miguel del Padrón

  • Parque José Martí, San Miguel del Padrón
  • Parque La Curva. San Miguel
  • Parque de Los Chivos( Manuel Ascunse)
  • Parque Dolores

Where to Find Wifi in Pinar Del Rio Province

Pinar del Río
  • Parque Independencia
  • Parque Roberto Amarán
  • Parque Centro Comercial Hermanos Cruz
  • Parque Colón
  • El Renacer.Hermanos Cruz
  • Centro Comercial Alameda
  • Punto de venta CIMEX La Cristal
  • Parque La Coloma
  • Parque Las Ovas
  • Paseo Calle Martí
  • Parque José Martí
  • Parque Montequin
  • Centro recreativo Super Gol
  • Centro recreativo Criollo
  • Cabaret Restaurante Rumayor
  • Parque Hosp. Pediatrico
  • Parque Briones Montoto
  • Parque la Conchita
  • Plaza Hermanos Cruz
  • Parque IPE Alameda
  • Parque de la Audiencia
  • Parque-10-Octubre-ARTEX
  • Parque-Capitan-San-Luis
  • Parque-Capó
  • Parque-Pedagógico
  • Parque Ferrocarriles
  • Parque Celso Maragoto
  • Parque-9-Plantas-Hnos-Cruz
  • Parq-Hosp-Abel-Stamaria
  • Parque Gabinete 9 Plantas
  • Parque-Km4-Luis-Lazo
  • Parque-San-Vicente
  • Parque-Entronque-Ovas
  • Parque-Vocacional
  • Parque-El-Mudo-Guiteras
  • Parque Monumento Hermanos Saiz
  • Telepinar
  • Luces de Ciudad
  • Parque de 9 Plantas Hermanos Cruz 2
Consolación del Sur
  • Parque Antonio Maceo, Consolación del Sur
  • Parque Entronque Herradura.
  • Parque Herradura
  • Parque Pilotos
  • Parque Alonso Rojas
  • Parque Puerta de Golpe
  • Parque-Pueblo-Nuevo
  • Parque 26 de Julio. Guane
  • Parque Isabel Rubio
  • Parque-Combate-Teneria
  • Parque-Sabalo
  • Parque-Suri
  • Parque-Guane-2
  • Parque Punta de la Sierra
La Palma
  • Restaurante y Parque La Palma
  • Parque San Andrés
  • Parque Sanguily
Los Palacios
  • Pizzería 23 y 24 y Parque Los Palacios
  • Parque San Diego de los Baños
  • Parque La Guira
  • Parque-Los-Palacios
  • Parque-Paso-Quemado
  • Parque-Paso-San-Diego
  • Plaza-de-la-Amistad
  • Cafeteria CIMEX y Parque Mantua
  • Parque Arroyo de Mantua
  • Parque-Dimas
Minas de Matahambre
  • Restaurante y Area El Cobre. Minas de Matahambre
  • Parque Santa Lucia
  • Parque Sumidero
  • Parque Viejo Santa Lucía
  • Emincar (Santa Lucía)
  • Parque Pons
  • Parque-Cabeza
San Juan y Martínez
  • Cafeteria La Esquinita/Parque Martín Herrera. San Juan
  • Parque Río Seco
San Luis
  • Parque San Luis
  • Parque-El-Corojo
  • Parque-Rio-Feo
  • Parque Centro Comercial Sandino
  • Parque Manuel Lazo. Sandino
  • Centro-Recreativo-Cortes
  • Parque-Las-Martinas
  • Parque-Villa-Bolivar
  • Parque Viñales
  • Cafeteria Las Cubanitas. Viñales
  • Parque Puerto Esperanza
  • El Palenque. Viñales
  • Bar de Tapas. Viñales
  • Restaurante Las Brisas. Viñales
  • El Moncada
  • Parque República de Chile
  • Parque San Cayetano

Find out how to get from Havana to Vinales here

Where to Find Wifi in Artemisa Province

  • Parque Libertad (Iglesia)
  • Boulevar Artemisa
  • Parque PCC Municipal Artemisa
  • Estadio-Artemisa
  • Parque de Las cañas
  • Parque Los Caballitos
  • Parque Central de Bauta
  • Playa Baracoa Parque
  • BMTE, Baracoa
  • Parque Central Caimito
  • CT Pueblo Nuevo Caimito
  • CIJAM – Campamento Internacional Julio Antonio Mella
  • Escuela de Cadetes
  • Parque Central Guanajay
  • CT-Guanajay
Güira de Melena
  • CT Gabriel
  • Boulevard Guira de Melena
  • Parque Guira Melena
  • Boca de Mariel
  • Quiebra Hacha
  • Parque Central
  • Parque-Cabañas
San Antonio de los Baños
  • Parque Camilo Cienfuegos
  • Parque La Placita San Antonio
Bahía Honda
  • Casa de la Cultura
  • Pizzería
  • Luis Carrasco
  • CT Silvio Caro
San Cristóbal
  • Coopelia
  • Fierro
  • CT López Peña
  • Fachada CTLP San Cristóbal
  • Parque Central Candelaria

Where to Find Wifi in Mayabeque Province

  • Parque de Güines
  • Parque Catalina de Guines
  • El-Congo-Catalina
  • Parque Micro-de-Guines
  • Plaza-Cangre
  • Parque Batabanó
  • Parque Bejucal
  • Parque Jaruco
  • Plaza Jaruco
  • Parque-San-Antonio-Rio-Blanco
  • Parque de Madruga
  • Parque Aguacate
  • Parque-Pipian
Melena del Sur
  • Parque y Cuatro esquina. Melena del Sur
Nueva Paz
  • Parque Nueva Paz
  • CT-Nueva Paz
  • Parque Quivican
  • Parque-La-Salud
San José de las Lajas
  • Boulevard de San José de las Lajas
  • Las Ruinas
  • Parque Camilo, San José
  • Tienda El Samurai
  • Parque Tapaste
  • Parque-San-Antonio-Las-Vegas
  • Joven Club Parque San José
San Nicolás de Bari
  • Parque San Nicolás de Bari
  • Correo-San-Nicolás
Santa Cruz del Norte
  • Parque y Malecón de Santa Cruz del Norte
  • Rapido-Sta-Cruz-Norte

Where to Find Wifi in Matanzas Province

  • Parque municipio Calimete
  • Parque José Antonio Echeverría, Cárdenas.
  • Complejo Todo en Uno, Varadero
  • Centro Convenciones Plaza América
  • Plaza las Morlas.
  • Centro Comercial Plaza Hicacos
  • Parque Boca Camarioca. Varadero
  • Centro-Artex-Varadero
  • Parque-Colón-Cardenas
  • Hotel Sol Palmeras
  • Centro de la música Varadero
  • Parque Santa Marta Varadero
  • Hotel Meliá América, Varadero
  • Parque Martí
  • ACAA-Cárdenas
Ciénaga de Zapata
  • Parque municipio Ciénaga de Zapata
  • Bar Playa-Playa-Girón
  • Parque-La-Libertad-Colon
  • Boulevar de Colón
Jagüey Grande
  • Parque Jaguey Grande
  • Parque Jovellanos
  • Parque municipio Limonar
Los Arabos
  • Parque municipio Los Arabos
  • Parque municipio Martí
  • Parque La Libertad
  • Parque Peñas Altas
  • Parque René Fraga
  • Asociacion Cultural Artesanos
  • Centro Restaurant-Bar-Cafeteria Plaza La Vigia
  • Centro de Artes Escenicas
  • Parque La Catedral
  • Centro Tecnológico Narvaez
  • Parque Recreativo Monserrate
  • Paseo Martí
  • Parque Guanima
  • Instituto de Belleza
  • Parque-La-Estrella
  • Parque-Naranjal
  • Centro Tecnológico Universidad Camilo Cienfuegos
  • Sala de Turismo Hospital Faustino Pérez
  • Universidad de Ciencias Médicas
  • Mercado-Artesanos-PN
  • Parque-La-Jarcia. Pueblo nuevo
  • Escuela de Arte.Paseo Narvaez
  • Cafe-Atenas
  • Centro Tecnólogico-Paseo-Narvaez
  • Parque-Itabo-Marti
  • Parque Los Pinitos
Pedro Betancourt
  • Parque municipio Pedro Betancourt
  • Parque municipio Perico
Unión de Reyes
  • Parque municipio Union Reyes

Where to Find Wifi in Cienfuegos Province

  • Prado. Municipio Abreu
  • CT-Yaguaramas-Abreu
Aguada de Pasajeros
  • Prado Aguada de Pasajero
  • Ranchón Aguada Pasajero
  • Primero de Mayo
  • Parque Martí
  • Rápido Punta Gorda
  • Parque Villuendas
  • Parque Imago
  • La Bolera
  • Parque La Aduana
  • CEN
  • Librería Prado-San Fernando
  • Correo-Rpto-Pastorita
  • Parque-de-la-Circunvalacion
  • RCM-Malecón
  • Universidad-Cienfuegos
  • Terminal-de-Omnibus
  • TRD-Guaos
  • Hospital-CEA
  • Junco-Sur
  • Parque del Municipio Cruces
  • Parque Potrerillo
  • Boulevar de Cumanayagua
  • Parque Prado-Cumanayagua
  • Barajagua-Cumanayagua
  • Parque de Palmira
  • Prado-San-Fdo-Camarones
  • Circulo-Social-Ciego-Montero
  • El Paseo del Prado, Rodas
  • Parque-14-de-Julio
  • Parque Cartagena
  • Parque Congoja
Santa Isabel de las Lajas
  • Prado del Municipio Santa Isabel de las Lajas

Where to Find Wifi in Villa Clara Province

  • Parque La libertad Caibarién
  • Parque-Nguyen-Van-Troi
  • Boulevard Camajuaní
  • Parque Central Vueltas
  • Parque Vega Alta
  • Parque Leoncio Vidal
  • Parque Cifuentes
  • Parque-San-Diego
  • Parque-Mata
  • Parque Corralillo
  • Rancho Veloz
  • La Panchita Corralillo
  • Parque-Sierra-Morena
  • Parque Encrucijada
  • Parque Manicaragua
  • Parque-Guinia-Manicaragua
  • Parque Casallas Placetas
  • Parque-Baez-Placetas
Quemado de Güines
  • reas Policlínico Municipio Quemado de Guines
  • Parque Ranchuelo
  • Parque-Buena-Vista
  • Parque-Zulueta
Sagua la Grande
  • Parque Sagua
  • Parque Calabazar. Sagua
  • Parque-Isabela de Sagua
  • Rpto-26-Julio-Sagua
  • Sitiecito-Sagua-la-Grande
  • Rpto-Finlay-Sagua-Grande
  • Boulevard Sagua la Grande
Santa Clara
  • Parques Leoncio Vidal
  • Parque de Remedios
  • Centro Multiservicio Salud
  • Parque y Áreas del Estadio Sandino
  • Parque de los Mártires.
  • Reparto José Martí
  • Conjunto Escultórico Memorial Ernesto Che Guevara
  • Complejo Gastronómico Vista Hermosa
  • Parque Temático Sandino
  • Jardín Zoologico Camilo
  • Parque Audiencia
  • Biblioteca Provincial José Martí
  • Patio Bar del centro Cultural ARTEX
  • Centro Recreativo Los pinos
  • Parque de los Columpios
  • Parque-La-Esperanza
  • Parque Maceo
  • Rápido-8-de-Marzo
  • Parque-Base-áerea
  • Boulevard Santa Clara
  • Círculo Juvenil Somos Jovenes
  • Parque América Latina
  • Complejo-La-Taberna
  • Parque-El-Carmen
  • Parque-Maceo-Rotonda
  • Parque-Pastorita
  • Parque Infantil Camacho
Santo Domingo
  • Parque Santo Domingo
  • Parque-Manacas


Where to Find Wifi in Sancti Spíritus Province

  • Parque Cabaiguan
  • Paseo Cabaiguán
  • Parque José Martí de Guayos
  • Parque Santa Lucía
  • Parque Fomento
  • Centro-Cultural-El-Pedrero
  • Paseo Jatibonico
  • Parque Arroyo Blanco
  • Parque-Terminal-Jatibonico
La Sierpe
  • Parque La Sierpe
  • Ctro-Cultural-Algarrobo-Jibaro
Sancti Spíritus
  • Parque Serafín Sánchez
  • Plaza Cultural Yayabo
  • Paseo Colón
  • Complejo Gastronómico Mar y Cielo
  • Complejo Gastronómico Pío Lindo
  • Casa de la Guayabera
  • Paseo Norte I y II
  • Paseo-Coppelia
  • Parque-Banao
  • Tunas-de-Zaza
  • Paseo-Ave-de-los-Martires
  • Parque Taguasco
  • Parque José Martí de Zaza del Medio
  • Parque Céspedes de Trinidad
  • Parque-Casilda-Trinidad
  • Plaza-Santa-Ana-Trinidad
  • Parque Yaguajay
  • Parque Mayajigua
  • Parque-Meneses

Where to Find Wifi in Ciego de Ávila Province

Ciro Redondo
  • Paseo Gaspar
  • Parque-Baraguá
  • Parque de Los Martires. Bolivia
  • Plazoleta-Miraflores-Bolivia
  • Paseo de Chambas
  • Paseo-Varona
  • Parque-Punta-Alegre-Chambas
  • Paseo-Máximo-Gomez-Chambas
Ciego de Ávila
  • Parque Martí
  • Parque Máximo Gómez
  • Paseo Calle D. Ciego de Ávila.
  • Paseo Jicotea
  • Estadio José Ramón Cepero
  • Parque Edad de Oro
  • Micro Ortiz
  • Paseo-Calle-K
  • Parque-Tecnológico-Ciego
  • Boulevard de Florencia
  • Paseo-Tamarindo
  • Parque Marti Majagua
  • Parque-Guayacanes
  • Parque Morón
  • Parque de Las Madres, Morón
  • Rápido Turiguanó
  • Parque-Bautista
  • Parque-Micro-Norte Morón
  • Parque-Agramonte-Morón
Primero de Enero
  • Bullevard. Primero de Enero
  • Paseo-Velazco
  • Centro Cultural Auraca. Venezuela

Where to Find Wifi in Camagüey Province

  • Parque Agramonte
  • Plaza del Gallo. Segmento Calle República
  • Plaza de los Trabajadores
  • Centro Cultural Recreativo Casino (Sepmi)
  • Complejo Mercado La Caridad
  • Parque 28 de Septiembre.
  • Complejo Lago de los Sueños
  • Callejón de los Milagros. Segmento Calle Ignacio Agramonte
  • Bosque Tecnológico.
  • Asociación Hermanos Saiz Casino Campestre
  • PV-TRD El Legendario.
  • Parque del Amor.
  • Centro de Convenciones Santa Cecilia
Carlos Manuel de Céspedes
  • Parque Esmeralda
  • IPS-Turismo-Brasil
  • Parque Florida José Martí
  • Asociación Hermanos Saiz Florida
  • Academia de Ajedrez-Florida
  • Parque Guaimaro Constitución
  • Parque Jimaguayú
  • Parque Central de Minas Salvador Cisneros
  • Parque Najasa
  • Parque Maceo
  • Parque Cañon
  • Plaza Residencial Santa Lucía
  • Palmas-de-Lucia
Santa Cruz del Sur
  • Parque Sibanicú
Sierra de Cubitas
  • Parque Sola Sierra de Cubitas
  • Paseo de Vertientes
  • Parque Central Vertientes

Where to Find Wifi in Las Tunas Province

Amancio Rodríguez
  • Parque Las Madres. Amancio
  • Parque-Guayabal
  • Parque La Carretera
  • Parque Las Madres. Colombia
Jesús Menéndez
  • Parque de Jesús Menéndez
  • Parque El Palín
  • Parque José Martí. Jobabo
Las Tunas
  • Telepunto Las Tunas
  • Plaza Martiana
  • Tanque de Buena Vista
  • Parque Antonio Maceo
  • Complejo las Antillas
  • Casa Piedra
  • Parador El Cornito
  • Zona Edificio 12 Plantas
  • MP Hospital Guevara
  • Terminal Omnibus Nacional
  • Universidad VI Lenin
  • Parque Temático
  • Boullevard Buena Vista
  • Parque Casa-de-la-Musica
  • Ctro-Prov-Artes-Plasticas
  • Mercado-Telegrafo
  • Parque-Bartle
  • UJC Municipal Las Tunas
  • Plaza-Mercado-Rio
  • Universidad Lenin Sede 1
  • Parque Calle 7
  • Parque Casa-Insolita
  • Complejo La Cubana
  • Plaza Cale
  • Parque-Becerra
  • Ranchon La Arboleda
  • Parque Vicente García
  • Parque Las Parras
  • Parque Omaja
  • Parque Plaza-Vivienda
  • Parque Manatí
  • Parque-Puerto Manati
Puerto Padre
  • Parque Emiliano Salvador, Puerto Padre
  • Parque José Martí. Puerto Padre
  • Cremería El Rapidito. Puerto Padre
  • Parque Antonio Guiteras. Tunas
  • Parque Vazquez
  • Parque-Maniabon
  • Parque-San-Manuel

Where to Find Wifi in Granma Province

Bartolomé Masó
  • Parque Bartolomé Masó
  • Parque Caney de las Mercedes
  • Campismo La Sierrita
  • Las Mercedes
  • Providencia
  • La Estrella
  • Parque Cespedes. Bayamo
  • Boulevard Bayamo
  • Parque del Amor
  • Plaza de la Patria Bayamo
  • Complejo Las Novedades
  • Reparto El Valle
  • Parque Camilo Cienfuegos
  • Parque Ciro Redondo
  • Pedro Pompa
  • Retablo de los Héroes
  • Biosaludable Polígono
  • Parque El Horno
  • Parque Latinoamericano
  • Micro 5
  • Las Caobas
  • Casa de la Fiesta
  • Expoferia Granma
  • Cabaret Bayamo
  • Parque Juan Clemente Zenea
  • Parque Rosa la Bayamesa
  • Restaurante La Cubana
  • Parque Fco Vicente Aguilera
  • TRD La Defensa
  • Centro Cultural Mi Tumbao
  • Café Serrano
  • Terminal Omnibus Nacionales
  • Restaurante El Luanda
  • Funeraria-Bayamo
  • Balneario-Las-Vegas
  • Boulevar-Mabay
  • Centro-Cultural-La-Trova
  • Circulo-Social-Pompita
  • Las-Torres
  • Parque-Infantil-Los-Caballitos
  • Parque-Julia
Buey Arriba
  • Parque Ignacio Agramonte. Buey Arriba
  • Plaza San Pablo Yao. Buey Arriba
  • Parque Bueycito
  • Parque 24 de Febrero. Campechuela
  • Parque San Ramon
  • Parque Ceiba-Hueca
  • Ctro-Ecologico-Campechuela
Cauto Cristo
  • Boulevard Cauto Cristo
  • Parque Calixto García. Guisa
  • Jardín Botánico Cupaynicú
  • Ctro Recreativo El Meson
  • Parque de Jiguaní
  • Parque Santa Rita
  • Parque WiFi Jiguaní
  • Parque Cautillo
  • Chaco Redondo
  • Parque 13 de Marzo
  • Parque Céspedes. Manzanillo
  • Malecón Manzanillo
  • Escuela Latinoamericana de Medicina
  • Parque-ICP-Manzanillo
  • Parque Valle Espín
  • Terminal de Cruceros
  • Calicito
  • San Francisco
  • Troya
  • La Pesquera
  • Sitio-Historico-La-demajagua
Media Luna
  • Parque de los Martires. Media Luna
  • Calle Nuevo Media Luna
  • Parque Niquero
  • Comunidad-Belic
  • Terminal-Niquero
  • Parque José Martí. Pilón
  • Plaza Marea del Portillo
  • Sevilla
  • Comunidad-Caridad-de-Mota
  • Malecón Pilón
Río Cauto
  • Boulevard Río Cauto
  • Parque Grito-de-Yara
  • Parque Paseo-Cauto-Embarcadero
  • Parque Carlos Manuel de Céspedes. Yara
  • Boulevard Yara
  • Parque Veguitas

Where to Find Wifi in Holguín Province

  • Parque Antilla
  • Mercado Indutrial Tacajó
  • Avenida Báguanos
  • Parque de Banes
  • Deleyte
  • Flamboyanes
  • Parque-El-Bosque-Banes
  • Los Pinos
  • Poblado-Nicaragua
  • Cine Antonio Maceo. Cacocum
  • Parque-Cristino-Naranjo
Calixto García
  • Parque Calixto García
  • Estadio Calixto García
  • Boulevard-Buenaventura.
  • Parque de Cueto
  • CT-Birán
Frank País
  • Parque Municipio Frank País
  • Plaza de la Cultura Gibara
  • Parque Uñas. Gibara
  • Playa-Caletones
  • Parque Julio de Peralta
  • Parque infantil Rubén Bravo
  • Loma de la Cruz
  • Los Framboyanes.
  • Club Bariay
  • Reparto Emilio Bárcenas
  • Parque el Quijote
  • Parque San José
  • Sitio Viviendas Militares
  • Reparto Villanueva
  • Patana Mayabe
  • Castillito Mayabe
  • Parrillada Mayabe
  • Parque Clinica Manuel Angulo
  • Expo-Holguín
  • Boulevard-Holguín
  • Terminal-Viazul
  • Parque-1ro-de-Enero
  • Plaza-La-Central
  • Parque-la-Aduana
  • Mercado-Hermano-Aguilera
  • Plaza-Baragua
  • Parque Mayarí I
  • Parque Mayarí
  • Parque Guatemala. Mayarí
  • Tienda el Minero Levisa. Mayarí
  • Arroyo Seco. Mayarí
  • Plaza Guaro. Mayarí
  • Hotel 90 Habitaciones
  • Parque Felton
  • Alto-Cedro
  • Parque Las Auroras. Moa
  • Parque Universidad-Moa
Rafael Freyre
  • Boullevard Rafael Freyre
  • Plaza Pesquero.
  • Aguada-La-Piedra
Sagua de Tánamo
  • Sitio Sagua de Tánamo
  • Calabaza de Sagua de Tánamo
  • Naranjo Agrio. Sagua de Tánamo
Urbano Noris
  • Boulevard San German.

Where to Find Wifi in Santiago de Cuba Province

  • Parque Central Baire
  • Parque Central Contramaestre
  • Maffo
  • Parque Chivirico.
Julio Antonio Mella
  • reas Emisora Radio Titán. Mella
  • Plaza-Mella
Palma Soriano
  • Parque José Marti. Palma Soriano
  • Parque Juvenil Palma Soriano
San Luis
  • Parque San Luis
  • Parque Dos Caminos
Santiago de Cuba
  • Centro Multiservicios Parque Céspedes
  • Centro Multiservicios Distrito Jose Martí
  • Parques Céspedes
  • Parque Ferreiro
  • Plaza de Marte
  • La Alameda
  • Parque Palma Soriano
  • Centro Tecnológico Enramada
  • Enramada Final
  • Areas Supermercado Versalles
  • Galería René Valdés Cedeño (Caguayo)
  • Cafetería ON
  • Restaurante Siboney
  • Centro Multiservicio Versalles
  • Parque Cobre
  • Consejo Popular Cristo
  • Cafeteria NP El caney
  • Centro urbano Abel Santa Maria
  • Escuela Inter Armas Santiago de Cuba
  • Parque Abel Santamaría
  • Centro Comercial Distrito José Martí
  • Cine Capitolio
  • Cine el Cobre
  • Parque Boniato
  • Cine el Cristo
  • FerroCaribe
  • Anfiteatro
  • CM-Distrito-José-Martí
  • Cpjo-Recreativo-Algarrobos
  • El Cayo
  • La Claqueta Rialto
  • Placita SantoTomás
  • Parque Campo-X
  • Teatro-Heredia
  • Centro Comercial La Gran piedra
  • Gimnasio-Vista-Alegre
  • Parque-del-Ajedrez
  • Parque-de-los-suenos
  • Palacio de los Pioneros
  • Tele- Turquino
  • Enramadas-IV
  • Enramadas-V
  • Enramadas-VII
  • Marti-y-San-Rafael
  • Polifuncional-Altamira
  • Salón-de-los-Vitrales
Segundo Frente
  • reas de Biblioteca Enma Rosa Chuy. Mayarí.
Songo la Maya
  • Parque La Maya
  • Parque Songo
Tercer Frente
  • reas Cine III Frente. Cruce de lo Baños

Where to Find Wifi in Guantánamo Province

  • Parque Central Baracoa
  • Cafeteria El Parque
  • Sitio Río Toa
  • Parque El Jamal Baracoa
  • Parque Central Caimanera
  • Area Boquerón
El Salvador
  • Parque Municipio El Salvador
  • Parque Costa Rica
  • CT Carrera Larga
  • Parque-Comercio-Bayate
  • Parque Martí
  • Avenida Camilo Cienfuegos.
  • Parque Máximo Gómez/ Centro Comercial Caribe
  • Complejo Comercial Reparto Obrero
  • Parque 24 Febrero
  • Plaza 28 de septiembre
  • Plaza Pedro A. Pérez
  • Parque Faustino Perez
  • Parque Sur Isleta
  • OBE San Justo
  • Parque La Majagua
  • Parque San Rafael
  • Sta Maria
  • Terminal-Omnibus
  • Parque Imías
  • Parque La Máquina
Manuel Tames
  • Parque Municipio Manuel Tames
  • Parque Jamaica
Niceto Pérez
  • Parque Municipio Niceto Pérez
San Antonio del Sur
  • Parque San Antonio del Sur
  • Parque Municipio Yateras (Palenque)
  • CT Felicidad

Where to Find Wifi in Isla de la Juventud Province

Isla de la Juventud
  • Boulevard Nueva Gerona.
  • Parque Estudiantes /Cotorras
  • Parque La Fe
  • Parque El Lucero La Demajagua
  • Parque Cine Caribe
  • Parque Ahao
  • Parque-La-Victoria
  • Parque Delio Chacón
  • Estadio Cristobal Labra
  • Parque Ctro-Tecnologico-Recreativo
  • Plaza marina Cayo largo del sur
  • Parque Argelia
  • Parque Cocodrilo
  • Parque Reforma
  • Mercado-Micro 70
  • Mercado-Abel-Santamaria
  • Mercado-Patria

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3 thoughts on “Internet Access in Cuba – Where to Find Cuban Wifi [2019]

  • Frank

    Nice to meet your blog, like you we’ve been full-time travellers since 2014 (but temporarily residing in Croatia).

    We were in Cuba in 2011 and sure sounds like things have improved internet-wise since then. Back then we had to go to internet offices where there were a whole bunch of employees basically doing nothing. No customers and the speed sucked. So it’s nice to know they have wifi now in selected places. Still doesn’t sound ideal but much improved and makes it possible for slow-travellers to keep in touch (though I take it streaming netflix is out of the queston…)

    Frank (bbqboy)

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