Good news: if you pay online you get better exchange rate
If you pay online with your card you get a better exchange rate than when you arrive in Cuba at the Banco de Cuba or Cadeca. The exchange rate when paying Online is:
What we include for the cost of your transfer:
1- Wait and welcome with your name in a signal to identify, on arrival at the airport.
2- 60 min. waiting in the airport and 15 min. waiting on the premises of a hotel or other specified place.
3- Client delivery in any area within the city.
4- Stops on the way of your trip, if it is more than 45 minutes.
5- Toll roads
6- Transshipment in case of car breakage.
About your suitcases:
- You must choose the type of transport according to the number of passengers and the suitcases with which you travel. If you choose a car type that does not fit the suitcases, you must pay for a larger car or 2 cars.
What should you do if you do not find the driver of your car?
- If your flight undergoes any change and you have difficulty finding the driver, you must call the emergency number, this phone is on your Voucher. To call you can use a public telephone or ask someone to lend your mobile phone, from a mobile phone, you can call at no cost (this is not possible from public telephones), by dialing: * 99 + emergency number , The cost of the call runs by us. If you do not call the emergency phone number and get into another taxi, you do not have the right to reimburse the payment previously made.
| Price CUC
1 CUC = 1.149 USD
|Cayo Guillermo Booking Taxi: Pinar del Rio - Cayo Guillermo||782 Km
528.00 CUC Standard
685.00 CUC Minivan
528.00 CUC ClassicBooking
|Cayo Santa María Booking Taxi: Pinar del Rio - Cayo Santa María||582 Km
388.00 CUC Standard
505.00 CUC Minivan
295.00 CUC ClassicBooking
|Cienfuegos Booking Taxi: Pinar del Rio - Cienfuegos||445 Km
299.00 CUC Standard
388.00 CUC Minivan
180.00 CUC ClassicBooking
|Havana Booking Taxi: Pinar del Rio - Havana||180 Km
122.00 CUC Standard
158.00 CUC Minivan
122.00 CUC ClassicBooking
|Havana Airport Booking Taxi: Pinar del Rio - Havana Airport||180 Km
120.00 CUC Standard
160.00 CUC Minivan
125.00 CUC ClassicBooking
|Las terrazas Booking Taxi: Pinar del Rio - Las terrazas||120 Km
88.00 CUC Standard
112.00 CUC Minivan
70.00 CUC ClassicBooking
|María la gorda Booking Taxi: Pinar del Rio - María la gorda||150 Km
108.00 CUC Standard
138.00 CUC Minivan
80.00 CUC ClassicBooking
|Santa Clara Booking Taxi: Pinar del Rio - Santa Clara||472 Km
317.00 CUC Standard
411.00 CUC Minivan
240.00 CUC ClassicBooking
|Soroa Booking Taxi: Pinar del Rio - Soroa||100 Km
75.00 CUC Standard
95.00 CUC Minivan
65.00 CUC ClassicBooking
|Trinidad Booking Taxi: Pinar del Rio - Trinidad||530 Km
355.00 CUC Standard
461.00 CUC Minivan
200.00 CUC ClassicBooking
|Varadero Booking Taxi: Pinar del Rio - Varadero||370 Km
251.00 CUC Standard
325.00 CUC Minivan
165.00 CUC ClassicBooking
|Varadero Airport Booking Taxi: Pinar del Rio - Varadero Airport||325 Km
221.00 CUC Standard
286.00 CUC Minivan
155.00 CUC ClassicBooking
|Viñales Booking Taxi: Pinar del Rio - Viñales||25 Km
21.00 CUC Standard
26.00 CUC Minivan
20.00 CUC ClassicBooking
Pinar del Río is a Cuban city, capital of Pinar del Río Province. With a city population of 139,336 (2004), in a municipality of 190,332, it is the 10th largest Cuban city. Inhabitants of the area are called Pinareños.
Pinar del Río was one of the last major cities in Cuba founded by the Spanish September 10, 1867. The city and province was founded as Nueva Filipinas (New Philippines) in regard to influx of Asian laborers coming from the Philippine Islands to work on tobacco plantations.
Pinar del Rio´s history begins with the Guanahatabeys, a group of nomadic Indians who lived in caves and procured most of their livelihood from the sea. Less advanced than the other indigenous natives who lived on the island, the Guanahatabey were a peaceful and passive race whose culture more or less independently of the Taino and Siboney cultures further east. Extinct by the time of the Spanish arrived in 1492, little firsthand documentation remains on how the archaic Guanahatabey society was structured and organized although some archeological sites have been found on the Guanahacabibes Peninsula.