Three-cities tour, the most impressive of the south-central Cuba. Enjoy a beautiful walk through the city of Cienfuegos known as "The Pearl of the South", Trinidad (Villa of Wits), one of the first villages founded by the Spanish and declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site and Santa Clara beautiful city, where you can visit the solemn Memorial dedicated to Che Guevara.

Suggested for: City, Historical, Groups, Couples, Nature, Adventure.

Itinerary

Pick up at hotel 

Visit the city of Cienfuegos: Central Park, Prado Promenade and Valle Palace, among other cultural and historical landmarks. 

City Tour of Trinidad city, including highlights such as Mayor Square, the Town’s Church, the Potters House and Flea Market, Canchanchara.

 Lunch at a Cuban typical food restaurant (average price between 10-15 cuc/per person)

City tour of Santa Clara city including Che Guevara’s Mausoleum and the Armoured Train Museum.

Return to Varadero.

Recommended: light clothing, sunglasses, photo camera , cap.


Some of the places to visit                                                                                                  


Trinidad

Trinidad, as if stopped in time, welcomes its visitors with the extraordinary beauties of a city-museum. This World Heritage Site, as well as its neighbor, the Sugar Mill Valley, has Palaces, houses, squares and churches which still keep the splendor of its founding in 1514.  In Trinidad you can visit: Trinidad Historic Center and its museums; Sugar Mill Valley, place of the Manaca Iznaga Tower, excellent construction of 45 m high, used to protect the slaves working in the sugar cane crops.

Ernesto Che Guevara” Memorial 

It is a sculptural complex that includes the Museum and Memorial where the remains of the heroic  Ernesto Che Guevara and his comrades who fell in combat rest. It covers an area of 150 meters with walls lined with small pieces of marble It also has a precious wooden roof, and an environment that evokes the rough Bolivian jungle in whose background is the eternal flame that was lit on October 18, 1997. 



Cienfuegos

Considered the crowning jewel of Cuban architectural in the 19th century, Cienfuegos stands out for the perfect design of its streets and for the refinement and good taste of the buildings in the historic center of the city, which has been declared a national monument. When visiting, stop by the Casa del Fundador (the Founder's House); Nuestra Señora de la Purísima Concepción (Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception) Cathedral; the Tomás Terry Theater; the Ferrer Palace; and the José Martí Park, which contains the only arch of triumph in Cuba.

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