Casa Milagros Diez Havana | Homestay Guest House Centro Habana Cuba Casa Milagros Diez is located in the Centro Habana district of Havana, considered by many as the best place to stay in Havana. Spanning between Old Havana and Vedado, it's an excellent central location from which to start on your own personal discovery tour of Cuba's capital city. Right from your base at Casa Milagros Diez you'll be able to comb every corner of our striking city. Casa Milagros Diez offers comfy rooms including; shower, refrigerator, TV, air-conditioning and an outside terrace. Your Cuban hosts at Casa Milagros Diez are also available for advice on discovering the secrets of Havana; consider them as your private guide. You can opt to take breakfast and meals at Casa Milagros Diez or simply select from the hundreds of cafes and paladar restaurant eateries, either in the immediate area of Casa Milagros Diez or on the Malecon, all just minutes from Casa Milagros Diez. Popular Paladar Restaurants for guests at Casa Milagros Diez are Restaurant El Litoral and Castropol Restaurant on the Malecon. Address: Calle Manrique No. 208 (bajos), entre Concordia y Virtudes, Centro Habana, Havana, Cuba Casa Milagros Diez is located right in Centro Habana between Vedado and Old Havana. This area of [...]
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At just over 1234 meters (4000 Feet) above sea level La Gran Piedra in Santiago de Cuba†is accessed by†459 step climb to the “The Big Rock” or, in Spanish, La Gran Piedra. The viewing platform at its peak†guarantees a cooler climate to help you freshen up after the onslaught of step after step. Even though the climb sounds fearful, it takes no more than 20 minutes but, do bring some comfortable shoes along. Legend has it that on a clear [...]
Cespedes Park is the epicenter of Santiago de Cuba and offers a perfect insight into Cuban life. The romanticism of Cubans is demonstrated here through; talking, hustling, flirting, guitar strumming groups who offer impromptu musical serenades. Under the watchful eye of the bronze bust of Carlos Manuel de Cespedes, famous founding father of the Cuban independence in 1868, street life seamlessly continues before your very gaze. Annexed to the Casa de la Trova music hall and blessed by the shadows [...]
Located in the property originally owned by the Diego Velazquez, Spanish conqueror and first ever Governor of Cuba. The house was built between 1516 and 1530 and has survived despite numerous fires, hurricanes and other natural disasters which have plagued Santiago de Cuba over the past 300 years. The house offers an architectural and ornamental look into design back in the 14th century, especially via its windows and numerous balconies, cedar roofs. The Diego Velazquez museum gives the visitor a [...]
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 [...]
San Pedro de la Roca Castle or, as its known locally, El Morro de Santiago de Cuba, is a similar fortifaction to the El Morro Castle in Havana which was designed primarily as a fortress to protect the harbor mouth against pirates and other unwelcome guests. Designed in 1637 by Giovanni Battista Antonelli, a military engineer from Milan, the Morro was self sustainable due to its large warehouse accessible directly by ships, cut directly into the rock along the flank [...]
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 [...]