Camaguey is the capital of the Camaguey Province.
|Andres House||Prolongacion de Fernando de Zayas Apto 8, e/ 1ra paralela, Rpto. La Vigia||Guesthouse||-|
|Hostal Carmita||Joaquin Aguero No. 271||Apartment||-|
|Casa Chary||Padre Velancia, nº 63 e/ San Ramón y Lugareño||Guesthouse||-|
|La Casa de Miriam G||Joaquin de Agüero St. 525 between 25 de Julio y Perucho Figueredo||Guesthouse||-|
|CASA DEYSI||Santa Rita (Solitario) No 16A entre República y Santa Rosa||Guesthouse||-|
See also International Telephone Calls
Correos de Cuba operates the Cuban postal service. They are generally quite slow, and delivery is never guaranteed. Mail is read by Cuba’s censors; avoid politically sensitive comments. Also, never send cash! Post offices (correos) usually are open weekdays 8:00am to 6:00pm and on Saturday 8:00am to 3:00pm, but hours can vary widely. Most tourist hotels accept mail for delivery as well, which might be a better option. International airmail (correo aereo) averages from at least 2 weeks to over one month, and even domestic posts might take 1-2 weeks. When mailing from Cuba, write at least the country destination in Spanish (as well). International postcards, cost CUC 0.50 to all destinations; letters cost CUC 0.80. Within Cuba, letters cost from 15 centavos (20 grams or less) to 2.05 pesos (up to 500 grams); postcards cost 10 centavos. Stamps are available in US dollars as well (if buying at hotels, this is actually your only option) and can be bought at hotels and blue and white kiosks labelled Correos de Cuba. Parcels from Cuba must be unwrapped for inspection. It is far better to send packages through an express courier service, like DHL or the Cuban local one (called EMS), although the same regulation applies.
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