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To the west of the Santiago de Cuba center you'll find the Cementerio Santa Ifigenia, Cuba's second largest Cemetery after Havana’s Necropolis Cristobal Colon. Founded in 1868 , its primary purpose then was as a resting place for victims of the War of Independence and then the later massive deaths relating to the yellow-fever outbreak in the Caribbean. Cemetery Santa Ifigenia simply cannot be missed if you wish to look into Cuba's interesting past. The Cemeteries +8000 tombs simply pack [...]
A Casa Particular in Holguin or home stay in Holguin City Center or just outside Holguin will ensure you experience both the wonders of Holguin's amazing culture, immersed in one-on-one contact with your Cuban hosts in the UNESCO acclaimed city. Learn about Holguin's rich history, together with true Cuban hospitality. The owners of your casa particular in Holguin speak fluent English and have a profound knowledge of the city and its many sights. Any questions you wish to ask will [...]
The nearest major airport is Frank Pais International Airport (HOG / MUHG). This airport has international and domestic flights and is 14 km from the center of Holguin, Cuba. Another major airport is Carlos Manuel de Cespedes Airport (BYM / MUBY), which has domestic flights from Bayamo, Cuba and is 69 km from Holguin, Cuba. Find some hotels near Holguin, Cuba ? Need to rent a car at these airports in Cuba?
If you don't decide to visit the city of Caibarien for a whole day the Cayo Santa Maria Jeep Safari will take you to the city anyway, as it is the place where the Suzuki Jeeps are collected from to take this impressive tour Jeep Safari with a hint of ecotourism thrown in! Remember to bring your license if you want to drive one of the jeeps… These are small jeeps, called Suzuki Jimny, designed for 4 people. If you're [...]
Memories Paraiso Cayo Santa Maria is located in the center of Cayo Santa Maria, Cuba and encircles by lush tropical gardens, white sandy beaches, and turquoise Caribbean seas. The all inclusive Memories Paraiso Cayo Santa Maria Beach Resort as modeled after Spanish colonial design, making this beautiful vacation hideaway both stunning and picturesque. Memories Paraiso Cayo Santa Maria is an all suite resort, meaning all rooms are large and feature rich wood furnishings and classic styles throughout. The enormous balconies [...]
Official Name: Republic of Cuba.
Official Language: Spanish.
National Celebration: January 1st.
Population: Approx.12 million in 2018.
National Anthem: "Al combate corred, bayameses" Composed by
Capital: Havana City (founded in 1515 by orders of Diego Velazquez and
moved to it's current location in 1519).
Currency: Cuban Peso or US$.
Geographical Limits: The NW to the Gulf of Mexico; to the North of the
Florida Straits and the Old Bahamas Canal, separating the island from
the United States; to the East the Windward Passage, between Cuba and
Haiti; to the South, the Caribbean Sea and the Columbus Strait which separates
it from Jamaica and to the West the Yucatan Strait.