Baracoa is one of the most beautiful and magical places in Cuba. In the Bay of Baracoa, Christopher Columbus anchored on his first voyage of discovery on November 27, 1492.
Once referred to as "Paris of the Antilles" and "Pearl of the Caribbean", their ancient beauty has faded, but is still visible in countless places, for example Habana Vieja, Centro and Vedado. It is easy to imagine the old splendor of Havana. With the following tips we would like to make your visit an experience.
Manzanillo impresses with its magnificent, oriental architecture. The colonial old town of Manzanillo has been preserved in almost its original condition. If you follow the coast south from Manzanillo, you will reach the Southern Cape of Cuba and the Parque Nacional del Desembarque del Granma Natural Park.
Until 1556 Santiago was the capital of Cuba and the base of the Spanish Armada in the Caribbean. The official motto of the city which is part of the city coat of arms is: "Yesterday rebellious, today hospitable, always heroic". Santiago is characterized by both Spanish and French influences.
"Mother Nature" took more than 150 million years to mold this sensational natural landscape. In the middle of the valley of Vinales there lies the tourist heart, the place Vinales. The valley of Vinales is also one of the best tobacco growing areas at all. The tobacco for the most expensive cigar in the world probably comes from the Vinales valley.