Havana, the capital, is a city is full of rich history, landmarks and culture. Visit the famous Castillo de la Real Fuerza (a maritime museum and fort) situated at its heart or take pictures of the Spanish colonial architecture.
Located in Cuba’s southeastern Santiago de Cuba Province, this city has much to offer. As it faces the Caribbean Sea, the city is rooted in revolutionary history. You’ll be mesmerized at the culture and make sure to visit July’s Carnival festival, featuring vibrant costumes, dancing, and parades.
This capital of Villa Clara, the central province of Cuba, is known for its impressive revolutionary landmarks, statues and artifacts. Whether visiting or passing through, it’s a must stop if exploring Cuba.