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The Excelencias Group publishes and distributes Special Magazines on Countries.

These special magazines deal with general interests on one destination in a single country. It contains lengthy illustrated feature reports teeming with pictures and a number of sections that address tourism, social issues, diplomatic matters, culture, gourmet, science, medicine, sports, transportation and other topics. All info is posted online at

Cuba Excellences Special

Is a good case in point of what these special magazines are actually all about. In the case of Cuba, there’ve been special issues on the advance of the local travel industry, sports, Habanos, colonial Havana, and others.

It’s distributed among travel industry professionals, hotel chains, airlines, tour operators, travel agencies, service providers linked to the hospitality sector, embassies, international entities and non-governmental organizations, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Trade, Ministry of Foreign Investment, Ministry of Tourism, the Chamber of Commerce, CUBALSE and joint ventures.

Technical Features:

  • Language: English and Spanish
  • Printout: 10 000 copies per issue
  • Periodicity: Quarterly, with four issues a year
  • Number of pages: 96 + cover
  • Format: 23,5 cm x 29,4 cm
  • Cover: Bright couché paper of 230 grams; 5/4 inks; one-sided UVI varnish
  • Interior: Bright couché paper of 100 grams; 4/4 inks
  • Binding: Flexiback

Other Specifications:

  • Discount offers are made depending on the volume of inserted ads in each publication.
    • 2 inserted ads …… 5%
    • 4 inserted ads …… 10%
  • Design and final graphic arts are not included in the inserted ad price and could offer additional discounts of up to 15 percent off.
  • Final graphic arts should comply with established technical and commercial requirements.
  • Illustrations and images must be handed over in real size with at least 300 DPI resolution.
  • In the case of contracting publicity reports, they should have 60 percent of illustrations and 40 percent of texts.