Cuban traditions are rich in part due to the racial mix which brings together religions, music, arts, cultures, foods, drinks and more from several places f the world. In this site we will guide you to explore the diversity of the Cuban Traditions.
The ethnic symbiosis that took place in Cuba from the time of the Spanish colonization when Spaniards mixed with natives of the island and later, with black slaves brought from Africa, gave place to a new individual, the Creole. This was the name of a new human being, native of this land that emerged as a result of a transculturation process when Cuban native race already became extinct.
For that reason, the Cuban people are so genuine; their idiosyncrasy took root in themselves since the birth of their genes. There are countless qualities characterizing the sons of this land, they are enterprising, optimist, hospitable, talkative, modest and charismatic people.
The mixing of cultures that occurred in Cuba not only brought about the physiognomic miscegenation, but also, different customs, traditions, myths and legends that Cuban people adopted and enriched with his own daily experience and his unique creative fantasy throughout this more than five centuries of existence.