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Museo de Agroindustria Azucarera

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Museo de Agroindustria Azucarera

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Carretera Caibarien km 1, Remedios 52700 Cuba
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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.
$28.00 per adult
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Anatole101 wrote a review Mar 2020
Oakville, Canada27 contributions8 helpful votes
We stopped here on our tour of Santa Clara/Remedios. There is an old sugar mill you can see with its history on display as well as old steam trains. Upstairs you can buy cigars and drinks. Apparently on a different tour you can learn to roll cigars here too. Nice little spot with not much to see just in and out.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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marikaS wrote a review Jan 2020
Montreal, Canada222 contributions131 helpful votes
We learned all about the culture of sugar cane processing and transport, and history of production. Additionally, there was a display of steam engines. It was fun to take a ride on the train to neighboring Remedios!
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Geminiusa wrote a review Nov 2019
United States451 contributions52 helpful votes
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Days of the sugar mills are gone here in Cuba. There only a very few left. This one has turned into an open air museum. It's really quite well done and preserved. We had a private tour guide that explained the history and process of sugar. But first we had to sample a tasty sugar drink, made right then and there with fresh sugar canes. Such a fun process to watch. I would hate to think how they did it back in the day without modern machines. Train ride wasn't available on the day we toured the museum. Our guide spoke English so that we could understand. Informational signs are in Spanish.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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NoeB1 wrote a review Sep 2019
Antwerp, Belgium1,059 contributions272 helpful votes
We were the only visitors. So the old, but cute and proud guide showed us around. The tour was interesting and a bit funny. The information is only in Spanish.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Suzy R wrote a review Apr 2019
Cape Coral, Florida443 contributions165 helpful votes
This was an interesting tour. Our guide was very knowledgeable and taught us a lot about the sugar industry in Cuba. While not now a working factory, the machines are still there. We took a steam engine ride to get to the tour.
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Date of experience: February 2019
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