In their answers to our 10 Questions about bike touring in Cuba, they reassured us that bicycles shouldn’t be too hard to take on public transport, if necessary.
Generally the drivers were very accommodating and we put our bikes in the hold, either as is, or removing one of the wheels if necessary. We found out the schedule of the bus in advance at the bus station, so we didn’t wait long. The buses we took were the Viazul buses.
And they told us how much we’d likely pay for a double room in a family-run B&B:
We generally paid $20-30 U.S. as a couple for a private room, with breakfast and dinner for two. In touristy areas (such as Trinidad and Havana), during peak season and if there are very few casas in the area, the price might be at the top of that range.
Read the full article: 10 Questions: Cycling In Cuba.