Declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2005, the city of Cienfuegos on Cuba’s south coast is certainly worth visiting, but for how long?
Known as the Pearl of the South, the coastal city of Cienfuegos is located approximately 150 miles south of Havana and is a popular destination for tours of Cuba.
Located on the northern side of Parque Jose Marti, the Teatro Tomas Terry is probably the single most impressive building in the city of Cienfuegos on Cuba's south coast.
Although often referred to as the Morro Castle, the correct name of Santiago de Cuba's iconic castle is San Pedro de la Roca.
If you’re hankering to get off the tourist-radar in Cuba, but not have to travel for hours to the middle of nowhere, you could do a lot worse than Caibarien.