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#39 of 39 things to do in Santiago de Cuba
... Rough Riders), the Vista Alegre neighborhood (an upscale suburb that was once the home to wealth families prior to the 1959 revolution), Revolution Square and Moncada Barracks (where the 1959 Cuban Revolution ...
We had a superb lunch at the family-owned Paladar de San Francisco, where we ate in the small second-floor dining room.
Cespedes Park
#6 of 39 things to do in Santiago de Cuba
We encountered this park full of families, children, couples, and the elderly relaxing and enjoying concerts at the park on the weekend.
Full of music, musicians, young and old people, kids running around, couples dating, surrounded by historical buildings.
Castillo de San Pedro de la Roca
#3 of 39 things to do in Santiago de Cuba
The ideal spot to take pictures of the lovely bay of Santiago.Tell the stories of notorious pirates to your kids in the museum.
Our kids enjoyed wandering through the castle and because they had researched it before our visit were already familiar with the history and able to explain what they were seeing.
Parque de Baconao
#14 of 39 things to do in Santiago de Cuba
This is one of my favourite spots for family trip in Santiago de Cuba.
The casa owners we stayed with in Moron had taken their kids in the 1980s when there was water and lights to accompany the dinosaurs, but we enjoyed it as it was.
El Cobre Basilica El Cobre 7.7 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in El Cobre
Coming from a Cuban family nothing was more important to me than going to El Cobre on my first trip to Cuba.