Cuban cities have so much to offer through its culture, history, natural beauty, and delicious cuisine. Exploring the many cities in Cuba allows tourists to experience this countries preserved architectural heritage and covers all manifestations of arts, literature, sports, and science. The town and cities throughout Cuba are just the right size for you to enjoy them without ever feeling overwhelmed. Cuba is truly a country of indefinable magic! Here are three cities you should consider visiting when traveling to Cuba.
Havana, is one of the greatest cities in Cuba. Havana is a staggering blend of superbly unique architecture, beautiful horizons, and brilliant 1950s supercars. Contemporary Havana can essentially be described as three cities in one: Old Havana, Vedado, and the newer suburban districts.The city is also noted for its history, culture, architecture and monuments.
The splendid Spanish frontier engineering, cobblestone roads, and various steed trucks in Trinidad make a walk around town seem similar to strolling onto a 1850s film set. Square Mayor, offers the brilliant toned church Iglesia Parroquial de la Santisima for tourists to explore. This city is great for anyone wanting to learn more about the history of Cuba. Trinidad has multiple festivals featuring the music of the Caribbean and the steelpan, which originated in Trinidad and is the country's national instrument.
Santiago de Cuba
Santiago de Cuba alone will reel you with the sounds of bongos, guitars, singing and so on. This amazing city hosts one of the oldest and most authentic street carnivals in Latin America. Music is playing everywhere in this lively city. You should definitely think about taking a trip to Santiago de Cuba sometime this year. Santiago’s lively atmosphere, friendly inhabitants, music, and gorgeous landscapes make it a desirable travel destination
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