Yes, but you’ll probably be happier if you focus on Havana’s many charms instead of your gizmos and gadgets. Cuba is one of the least connected countries in the world. Internet access is improving, but is still scarce, spotty, expensive, and slow. Even where available, slow connections average $2 CUC to $4 CUC an hour. You are most likely to find connectivity in hotels and state-approved Internet cafes. There are also what the locals call “Internet Halls”, similar to Internet cafes, with desktops that Internet access. Free public WiFi spots were unheard of until January, 2015 when Cuban artist Kcho launched one at his studio in western Havana. Here is our updated list of Internet cafes and hotels with relatively fast and reliable connections.