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Old 17.11.2013, 19:45
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Re: Cuba - where to get a visa

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I dont wish to be rude
Then don't respond to a request for information with no information. If you have nothing good to say - say nothing

I struggled with their website hence asking the questions. I have revisted the fantastic site and provide the information below for anyone that needs it. http://www.cubadiplomatica.cu/suiza/ES/Inicio.aspx

The opening hours from their website:
Customer service (at the consulate):
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, 9:00 am. to 12:00 pm.

Tourist visa information:
Tourist visa (tourist card):
The tourist visa or tourist card is only used for tourist trips to Cuba. Valid for one entry into the country on a trip of 30 days and can be extended by 30 days at the bureau of the hotel you are staying or to the immigration authorities.
Minors must have their tourist card even when in the parents passports.
Documents required to obtain directly at the consulate:
-Valid passport
-Form
-Airplane Flight arrival date and return
-must pay the consular fee for this service provided
Documents required to obtain them by mail
-Legible photocopy of valid passport
-Legible photocopy of plane ticket with entry and return date
, must pay the consular fee for this service provided
-Envelope with sufficient postage and a return address for visa
NOTE: If the application is made ​​by mail or through a third person will be charged in addition, the consular fee for this service provided.
All payments must be in cash or by certified bank payment. The cash sent by mail will be refused and returned at the risk of the applicant.
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