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Cespedes Park is the epicenter of Santiago de Cuba and offers a perfect insight into Cuban life. The romanticism of Cubans is demonstrated here through; talking, hustling, flirting, guitar strumming groups who offer impromptu musical serenades. Under the watchful eye of the bronze bust of Carlos Manuel de Cespedes, famous founding father of the Cuban independence in 1868, street life seamlessly continues before your very gaze. Annexed to the Casa de la Trova music hall and blessed by the shadows [...]
If there's any place in Cuba with significant importance in the country's recent history, it has to be the Moncada Barracks. The Moncada Barracks were an important military stronghold for the Batista government in Santiago de Cuba and, a historic site which marked the start of the Cuban revolution. On July 26, 1953, the Moncada Barracks became the site of the now infamous armed attack by a small group of revolutionaries led by Fidel Castro and his now president, brother, Raul Castro. [...]
San Pedro de la Roca Castle or, as its known locally, El Morro de Santiago de Cuba, is a similar fortifaction to the El Morro Castle in Havana which was designed primarily as a fortress to protect the harbor mouth against pirates and other unwelcome guests. Designed in 1637 by Giovanni Battista Antonelli, a military engineer from Milan, the Morro was self sustainable due to its large warehouse accessible directly by ships, cut directly into the rock along the flank [...]
Viazul Cuba Bus Service is the perfect option to visit Holguin. For those of you who don't wish to Rent a Car in Holguin the Viazul bus service will take you across Cuba and to Holguin in comfort. Buses are new air-conditioned models with onboard WC, central TV and lower suitcase compartment. Unless you intend to take the bus the moment you arrive, in most cases there is no need to book in advance as extra buses are added to [...]
Welcome to the official guide for Cayo Santa Maria, it is designed to give you a quick overview of the island, some things to do in Cayo Santa Maria, all the hotels on the island and a list of major excursions available. Our guide also caters for those on a limited budget who may wish to stay in cheaper accommodations in Caibarien and visit Cayo Santa Maria simply for a day out, skipping the all-inclusive hotels but, visiting Cayo Santa [...]
Official Name: Republic of Cuba.
Official Language: Spanish.
National Celebration: January 1st.
Population: Approx.12 million in 2016.
National Anthem: "Al combate corred, bayameses" Composed by
Capital: Havana City (founded in 1515 by orders of Diego Velazquez and
moved to it's current location in 1519).
Currency: Cuban Peso or US$.
Geographical Limits: The NW to the Gulf of Mexico; to the North of the
Florida Straits and the Old Bahamas Canal, separating the island from
the United States; to the East the Windward Passage, between Cuba and
Haiti; to the South, the Caribbean Sea and the Columbus Strait which separates
it from Jamaica and to the West the Yucatan Strait.