Calle 39 No. 3818, Cienfuegos, 55100, Caribbean
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Travel Tips for Cienfuegos
When I was in Cienfuegos I...
When I was in Cienfuegos I visited at the end of Paseo del Prado and after its Malecón, exactly in Punta Gorda, the Acisclo del Valle home called: Palacio del Valle I never will forget the lunch inside this Palace and the beautiful music of the pianist woman.
Well Che Guevarra is not only...
Well Che Guevarra is not only known in Santa Clara, but all around Cuba ;oP
Drinks: Mojito [mohito] or a Cuba Libre
Must: Enjoy a Cuban cigar on the terrace with a bottle of rum.
Oh yes, should you make road trips...it is very common that u give people a ride if you have room in the car, especially the elder...u don't have 2, but we did ;o)
Even though my Spanish sucks, but a grateful smile really can make ur day.
Pure nature - Zapata Pennisula
About 85 kms west of Cienfuegos is the town of Australia on the main highway. Turning south at that point takes you into the ZAPATA PENNISULA, three quarters of which is a swamp with lagoons and canals.
Home of all kinds of wildlife, the government opened up a national park here, and have endevoured to create access points. One of these is known as the Tesoro Lagoon. Group boats, and private motor boats are available at the Crocodile farm. They will take you through a maze of lagoons to Guama, which is a complex of islands joined by wooden suspension bridges, where you can rent a Taino Indian style hut on stilts (very comfortable), relax in the bar and restaurant, walk the nature trails, visit the museum of Taino history, and even shop for souvenirs.
Keep the camera handy. You will be in bird paradise, including osprey, the local rail and the famous bee hummingbird.
The Malecon of Cienfuegos
Next to the club another pearl of renovation and architecture in Cienfuegos
Walking from the Hotel Jagua till the historical center of Cienfuegos will take about 45 minutes.But during day time you will be pleased by some panoramic views and beautiful houses.
This palace is in the punta gorda section of the city.
It is truly palatial with large, high ceiling rooms, turrets, arches and fine detail, with elements of vothic, venetian, and moorish styles that combine to create this fantastic building.
The Palacio de Valle was built for the wealthy sugar merchant Oclico del Valle Blanco, and was completed in 1917.