To Santiago de Cuba are usually applied two characteristics that make it unique: its friendly, happy and helping people and its historic and cultural heritage. Its Caribbean identity can be noticed in the music and folklore. The city has a title that is Hero of the Republic of Cuba for the role played by
its people during the 1950's revolutionary struggles. As a tourist destination, it has incomparable possibilities to enjoy of beaches, city and nature and
for the wealth of the three sites. In those areas there is a growing development of event tourism, in both the cultural and commercial aspect of it. Santiago de Cuba is bounded by Holguin province to the north, to the west by Granma province, to the south by the Caribbean Sea and to the east by Guantanamo province.
The area of the province is 6 343.21 square km. You can arrive in Santiago at the "Antonio Maceo" International Airport. Using the roads from any
other place in Cuba and using the sea by the Punta Gorda Marina. For those arriving at Santiago de Cuba, there are several lodging options in the city and surroundings, both related to sea and nature. It will always be a guarantee for visitors looking for quiet and comfort. Santiago de Cuba has been privileged by its historical evolution. In the city are located two of the Cuban sites honored by the UNESCO with World's Heritage titles: The San
Pedro de la Roca (el Morro) castle and the ruins of the first French coffee plantations at La Gran Piedra. There is also the Santa Ifigenia Cemetery,
the 26 de Julio Historical Museum and the Siboney State, all of them having a deep historical relation. All of them are part of the region's attractions along with Granma Key and Baconao Park.
There are many other things that make the people of Santiago to be full of pride: to be the cradle of almost all Cuban musical genres par excellence
in a country where music is the soul and root of everything, the carnivals that take place every July and its rum. Also the ¨Party of Fire¨ and the already traditional ¨Caribbean Festival¨. The Santiago de Cuba region, having all the necessary infrastructure to develop events and congresses tourism, has
also a sea and mountain environment which are all the necessary conditions to develop nature and adventure tourism, trekking, sea related activities
and health tour-ism. But there is nothing compared to walk-ing its streets full of history and music.
Sites to Visit:
Pico Turquino, Basílica de la Santísima Caridad del Cobre, Parque Baconao, Delfinario, La Gran Piedra, Mausoleo a los Mártires del Tercer Frente, Cuartel Moncada, Cementerio Santa Ifigenia, Museo del Ron, Museo Emilio Bacardí, Casa de la Trova.
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On a 20 meter bluff overlooking the Caribbean Sea on its own 4 kilometer beach, and with the Sierra Maestra Mountains in the back ground. 70 kilometers away from "Antonio Maceo" International Airport and 62 from the City of Santiago de Cuba. Is a good...
It is located in the Residential District of Versalles to the east of the city of Santiago de Cuba, surrounded by a harmonious tranquility, it is distinguished by a service that honors customs, traditions and way of life of the Cuban East, it is ideal...
This fine hotel in eclectic architectural styleis located right in the historic citycenter of Santiago de Cuba. Its comfort and personalized service in a family atmosphere are its greatest charm.
Carisol - Los Corales
This comfortable three-star All-Inclusive hotel is surrounded by the lush vegetation of Baconao Park, a world biosphere preserve. The beach hotel is a little over 38 miles (62 kilometers) from Santiago de Cuba's international airport. Recreational activities,...