BRIDGE OVER THE YAYABO RIVER
The Yayabo Bridge (Puente Yayabo), which rises up over the city of Sancti Spíritus, is the only one of its type in Cuba and one of the most ancient in the country. It was built from bricks, lime and sand from the surrounding area, without using cement, according to one technical report from the laboratory of the National Centre of Conservation, Restoration and Museums.
Maribí Cabrera, an engine... For more information...
CABALLETE DE CASA
Caballete de Casa, among the Escambray mountains, in the centre of the island, was the site chosen by the Comandante Guerrillero (Ernesto Che Guevara) for establishing his headquarters.
Ernesto Che Guevara’s Headquarters (Comandancia de Ernesto Che Guevara) during the struggle before 1959, located in Caballete de Casa, in the mountain massif of the Escambray, in the centre of the country, is ... For more information...
MANACAS IZNAGA TOWER
Today one can still admire as a vestige of the ancient grandeur of the surrounding area of Trinidad, the elegant bell tower of the Manacas-Iznaga sugar mill, declared together with the city of Trinidad, a National Monument.
One can also see the house of the ancient Bella Vista sugar mill, built in the fourth decade of the nineteenth century by the wealthy Don Pedro Malibrán, in the most severe... For more information...
REMAINS OF THE TRAIL (TROCHA) FROM JÚCARO TO MORÓN
A brief history of the Trail (Trocha) from Júcaro to Morón.
In the wars of 1868 and 1895, the Trocha was an insurmountable barrier, as the Spanish thought, and after it was finished, it became the most perfect and sophisticated military construction that the Spanish Colonialism had in America. Of course it was never a deterrent for the glorious Mambi Army (Ejército Mambí), who in both wars kep... For more information...
Sancti Spiritus is a province where there are many tourist attractions, among them the Villa of the Holy Trinity (Villa de la Santísima Trinidad), some 67 kilometres from the Villa del Espíritu Santo, capital of the province of Sancti Spíritus.
It was founded in 1514 and is among the first seven cities established by the Spanish on the island.
Among the places to visit are the Church (Igles... For more information...
The Villa of Trinidad, the third founded in the country, was originally located along the shores of the Tuinucú River, and later moved to the shores of the Yayabo River in 1552. It features many cultural and architectural values, as well as beautiful landscapes that form harmonic scenery enjoyed by many visitors.
Declared a Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO in December of 1998 it invites one to t... For more information...
VALLEY OF THE SUGAR MILLS (VALLE DE LOS INGENIOS)
Located near the legendary city of Trinidad, with its 277 square kilometres of land, is this wonderful work of nature in the mountain massif of the Escambray, in the province of Sancti Spiritus. The UNESCO named the Valley as a Heritage of Humanity in 1988. In it are located a total of 77 archaeological sites of what was the birth of the Cuban sugar industry during the Spanish colonization.
Th... For more information...
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Carnival in Santiago de Cuba ? Arguably Cuba's most extravagant Carnival, each year rivalry for the top spot against Havana and Remedios makes every Carnival more extravagant than the last. Usually held mid July it turns Cuba's second largest city into the heated capital of dance and street parties. Get all the facts about www.CubaSantiagoDeCuba.com
Picture this ? You're tooling through Topes de Collantes above Trinidad Cuba in your vintage 50s automobile while absorbing the wildlife and rich jungle. You approach the next corner and shout stop to your driver! What you see is this immense view of the Valley of the Sugar mills, Colonial Trinidad and the Playa Ancon Beach. After you take that precious shot its drive on or sigue until you get to the next corner. Find out why this might just [...]
Want some time alone while visiting Cayo Guillermo? Kids love these pony rides along the beach and through the waves. We take them through the mangroves to see our abundant wildlife and bring them back tired so they sleep tight. Cayo Guillermo is on the northern coast of Cuba in the Jardines del Rey Archipelago. Find our more at www.CubaCayoGuillermo.com
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