The settlement sprung up in 1683, the byproduct of tobacco plantations at Sócalo Hondo, Managua, Bejucal and La Chorrera.
Nestled between the El Escambray mountains and the Caribbean Sea, Santisima Trinidad or Trinidad and the Vale de los Ingenios or Valley of the Sugar Mills.
In the suburbs of Santiago de Cuba, Yordi and her cousin, Yember (Yenni) Perez Escalona, took the dance floor while the well-known Los Dinamicos Group strummed their “Musica Tradicional” song “Como Balla Maria.”
Impressive and strong, Lonja del Comercio was the seat of Cuba’s national stock exchange prior to the revolution. Construction on Lonja del Comercio (Chamber of Commerce) started in 1907 and was completed in 1909.
More than 150,000 UK residents vacationed, toured the enchanting environs and lounged on Cuba’s white sandy beaches in 2013.
A visit to Santiago de Cuba’s historical hub, Parque Céspedes, will put the tourist in touch with the pulse of the city and the remarkable history of Santiago de Cuba
Majestically set in historic Old Habana, Plaza Vieja, the Old Square, is a timeless reminder of both the grandiose architectural style of the Colonial era and the compelling largesse of Old Habana.
Barrio Chino de la Habana – Little China in Havana.
Cuban cigars have long enjoyed a reputation as the finest cigars in the world.
Cuba has long been a favored destination for Canadian tourists, students, travelers and vacationers.