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There a numerous excellent hotels in Cayo Largo. Isla de La Juventud is the controlling municipality and provincial center for the Cayo Largo and Cayo Largo del Sur vacation resorts. These two islands offer a series of luxury Hotels along with pristine beaches and beautiful scenery. Over the past decade Cayo Largo and Cayo Largo del Sur have become extremely popular with Canadian tourists, these making up the bulk of visitors to both islands. Here is a list of all [...]
A visit to Varadero is not complete without visiting to this beautiful park and lush gardens. Located on 1st avenue in downtown Varadero, Josone Park, is characterized by its extensive gardens with a pleasant fresh water lake over which a large arched bridge spans. The park is an oasis for migrating birds that nest in the trees within the park and also the resident ducks and swans that live here all year round. Over recent years, the manager of the [...]
Address: Calle del Cristo and Boca, Trinidad Since 1986 the National Museum of the struggle against what the Castro's call Bandits has housed photos, maps, weapons and other paraphernalia relating to the fight against the various counterrevolutionary groups that operated illicitly out of the Sierra del Escambray Mountains between 1960 and 1965. The museum provides the visitor with a much synthesized account of relevant facts in the struggle against counterrevolutionary elements that attempted to destabilize Cuba form their base in [...]
The three valleys in Trinidad named San Luis, Santa Rosa and Meyer, collectively called the Valle de Los Ingenios, were a center for sugar production from the late 18th century until the late 19th century. Valle de los Ingenios, was also named Valley de los Ingenios or Valley of the Sugar Mills is a series of 3 valleys about 12 kilometers (7.5 miles) outside of Trinidad, Cuba. During the years of the sugar industry in Cuba there were up to [...]
Most of the buildings surrounding the plaza or square in the center of Trinidad belonged to the wealthy landowners and sugar traders of the day. All the colonial era properties surrounding the plaza date from the 18th and 19th centuries from a time when trade in sugar industry from the nearby Valle de los Ingenios and the slave trade brought great immense wealth to the whole area. The trade in sugar decreased in Trinidad and when the slave trade ended [...]