Travel

If you go . . . to Cuba

If you go . . .

Batia Plotch of Global Gallop (www.cubawithbatia.com) customizes tours. You can ask for a Jewish tour, an art or architecture tour, or music and dance. Her tour groups stay in top-of-the-line hotels, visit artists in their studios, and eat in the newest paladars (restaurants in private homes). One week averages $5,800 to $6,000. She has worked with Havana-born Alexis Rodriguez, a professional guide, for a decade.