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Plaza De La Revolucion

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Plaza De La Revolucion

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Walking through the valley of viñales in Cuba
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Walking through the valley of viñales in Cuba

Exelent Tour with visit to many places in the valley , you can come with us to discover the viñales valley. The excursion will take place in Valle Palmarito, which is part of the beautiful panorama offered by the municipality of Viñales. Inside the Valley we will observe different types of crops and we will know what is related to each of them. We will visit the tobacco dryer, where a farmer will explain everything related to this coveted product, from its planting, through the tobacco house where it is stored for a certain period to how it is prepared to smoke, and even one will be offered. Free to try a real cigar. Then we will visit a coffee shop in the country where, from the hands of the natives, they will taste the honey and coffee they harvest accompanied by a special type of rum from the province of Pinar del Río, which you will only find here, explaining everything related to the process and Preparation of these three products.
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Cuquito T wrote a review Jul 2020
1 contribution1 helpful vote
Terrible place in the communism dictatorship island i would never travel to Cuba again worst experience of my live
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Date of experience: January 2020
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luqman b wrote a review Jul 2020
Sheffield, United Kingdom62 contributions29 helpful votes
Had a walk round, looking at the old cars & trying to imagine what it was like when it was full to see Fidel
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Date of experience: October 2019
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dianedinky wrote a review Apr 2020
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It's kind of like going to Beijing and not bothering to see Tiananmen Square. It isn't that much to look at, being just a huge grey square surrounded by concrete, but it's the historical significance that counts. Make sure you have good guide with you and you will be able to close your eyes and imagine the million people gathered round and hanging on Fidel's every word. Then you open your eyes and see all the old American cars waiting for the tourists! Spell broken :-) The Jose Marti monument is the one picturesque element of the plaza. Make sure you at least walk over to that side and see his marble bust out front.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Fergs85 wrote a review Apr 2020
Thornton-Le-Dale, United Kingdom808 contributions156 helpful votes
You’ll stop off briefly here on the classic car ride, but this is a location to return to and take in a little more slowly. Castro used to give four hour speeches to huge crowds, upwards of a million people reputedly, so there’s a fair bit of history here. The surrounding buildings date from the Batista era, but are now adorned with huge outline images of Che and Camilo Cienfuegos. Beneath the latter’s outline look for the words “Vas Bien, Fidel”. The story goes that during one of his speeches Castro realised that Cienfuegos had appeared behind him, to a huge ovation from the crowd. Castro asked Cienfuegos how he thought he was doing, and Camilo answered: “You’re doing fine, Fidel”. This phrase soon became a widely used slogan of the revolution While in the square, be sire to ascend the tower dedicated to Jose Marti.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Esther P wrote a review Mar 2020
Chicago, Illinois1,254 contributions692 helpful votes
There is no way to escape stopping at Plaza De La Revolucion. Every tour will stop there for a few minutes. The Jose Marti Memorial is beautiful Have your guide explain why "Hasta La Victoria Siempre" and "Vas bien, Fidel," the words next to the outlines of Che Guevera and Camino Cienfuegos are so meaningful. This is also a good place to get photos of classic cars or to arrange for a ride. Many "hang out" here every day.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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