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Galeria Rene Valdes

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Galeria Rene Valdes

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Ave Manduley #304 e/ 11 y 13, Rpto. Vista Alegre, Santiago de Cuba Cuba
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Trekking in the Viñales Valley
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Trekking in the Viñales Valley

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This visit allows you to enjoy the beautiful views of the Viñales Valley, while walking, and also at the different stops, you can see how different products of the area are made, with the characteristic tobacco and coffee plantations. You will have the opportunity to taste the authentic Cuban cigar, coffee, honey or rum typical of the "Guayabita del Pinar" area. We will continue to the cave of silence (optional), where we will make a visit, and finally you can relax at the lake where you will have free time to bathe, and eat something in the restaurant that is in the area, where you can enjoy charcoal food , as a specialty, or something to snack on, if they wish. Later, we will return to the beginning of the route.
$20.13 per adult
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Barbara K wrote a review Feb 2017
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A very modern interior; located in the large room as you enter is an impressive photographic tribute to Fidel. Each small gallery room features a different type of art, such as ceramic, print, and bronzes, etc. The ceramics were very reasonable and they packaged your purchase for shipping for a minimal cost.
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Date of experience: February 2017
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MarinaSm2015 wrote a review Oct 2016
St. Petersburg, Russia24 contributions16 helpful votes
Ыmall but interesting Museum, imbued with contemporary art and culture of the Cuban people. In other cities of the country it is rarity/
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Date of experience: November 2015
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maq44 wrote a review Apr 2016
paris56 contributions42 helpful votes
This gallery opened a few years ago and is a serious endeavour to show case the best of Cuban artists to a discerning audience. The exposition spaces are great, full of light. One of the curators is a young man with excellent knowledge of the Cuban art scene who spoke with much passion about the aims of the gallery and the artists they represent. The main exhibition that was on whilst we were there was by a leading artist Miguel Angel Lobaina - really first class work. There is a shop that sells work of a number of artist in various media - paintings, ceramics, lithographs etc for reasonable prices. We bought a work by Lobaina. There is a cafe on the site as well, which serves nice drinks and simple dishes. Very quiet, cool and calm. The Avenida Mandulay and surroundings were a real eye-opener for us - full of wonderful old villa's either used as artistic centres (casa de Africa, casa de Ceramica etc), educational institutes, musea or commercial galleries, such as this one. We spent a happy afternoon wondering around flitting from one interesting place to another. And not one tourist in sight....
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Date of experience: April 2016
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Karyn M wrote a review Apr 2016
Venice, Florida188 contributions46 helpful votes
Very nice small art gallery with different types of art from Paintings to 3D work to graphics etc. It has one hallway you go down one side and come up the other. It is amazing to see the various artists that Cuba has. It was an enjoyable 30 minute visit.
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Date of experience: April 2016
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