Santiago de Cuba and the east


Santiago de Cuba and the east Santiago de Cuba and the East are great for your next Cuban holidays. Santiago de Cuba is the capital city of Santiago de Cuba Province in the south-eastern area of the island of Cuba. Boasting fabulous buildings and grand attractions, Santiago de Cuba is the second most important city in Cuba.

Santiago de Cuba and the eastern regions lies on a bay that connects to the Caribbean Sea. You can explore Santiago de Cuba with views of Guantanamo bay to the east and Holguin on the north. Santiago holds a world of diversity and is the birth place of many Cuban rhythms. A musical city with contrasting displays, Santiago de Cuba and the east provides beautiful landscapes, with mountains and a nice view to a remarkable bay, creating an atmosphere that quickly draws your attractions.

Santiago de Cuba is not a beach destination, like everywhere in Cuba. The beaches are good but lack the spectacular feel. Visit Santiago and the east on your Cuba holidays and explore the Sierra Maestra Mountains, Santiago de Cuba Basin and the coastal plain. The Baconao World Preserve of the Biosphere, El Mazo and El Papayo Bay in the Guama area and El Salton and El Cedron are also great to discover.

Santiago de Cuba and the eastern regions also has interesting places to visit on your next Cuba vacations if you enjoy learning about the history of the island, Santiago is the perfect place to start. It has plenty to offer you, as its treasures of a host of interesting museums, buildings and places Moncada Headquarters, Emilio Bacardi Museum, The Cathedral known as Nuestra Señora de la Asunción, Morro Castle, La Maison, and Enramadas Street; you will not get bored on your trip.

If you love old cars, you can visit the National Transport Museum during your holidays in Santiago. Another place you should visit on your travel to Santiago is the El Cobre. This church is one of the most important churches in Cuba. Discover the eastern areas a bit more and visit the Sigua, Daiquiri, Bucanero and Sierra Mar areas. This unique stretch of about 72 scuba diving sites offers you the perfect ocean floor with wonderful walls and plenty of sunken ships to create a great Cuban scuba diving experience.

If you are fascinated by Cuban music, culture, and history, Santiago is a must on your Cuba holidays. Many festivals take place in Santiago every year; enjoy Caribbean Festival, International Chorus Festival, Miguel Matamoros Son Festival, Pepe Sanchez International Festival of Ballads, or the Bolero Festival.

So, it is impossible to visit Cuba and not explore Santiago de Cuba and the eastern regions, choose a great Santiago de Cuba hotel for your next Cuba vacation.