Obama will hold talks with Castro , but not his brother Fidel, the revolutionary leader. It’s a the three-day trip, the first by a U.S. president to Cuba in 88 years, as the culmination of a diplomatic opening announced by Obama and Cuban President Raul Castro in December 2014. The American President will speak to entrepreneurs on Monday. He will address Cubans live on state-run media and will attend an exhibition baseball game on Tuesday. After arrival, the Obamas dined at the San Cristobal restaurant, run by an Afro-Cuban. The two sides have previously restored diplomatic ties and signed commercial deals on telecommunications and scheduled airline service. However some Democratic president’s critics say the visit is premature. They accuse him of making too many concessions for too little in return from the Cuban government.