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|1||Baladro||Baladro is the most beautiful beach integrating sea, beach, sunshine, and blue. There are 120 kilometers of beaches and bathing beaches, white yarn, and clear blue water. People who have been to Cuba say, “you don’t know the beauty of Cuba until you reach baladro”. Baladro is famous for its blue beaches.|
The beaches here are suitable for swimming all year round. Even those who can’t swim can enjoy the gift of the sea to you. Go a long distance to the sea, and the seawater only covers your waist; One of the most important archaeological sites is the Ambrose Western Australia cave. Balladero has several diving clubs and Haitian clubs. In the balaicakos ecological reserve at the eastern end of the peninsula, you can see a giant cactus that is more than 500 years old. People call it “Grandpa cactus”.
|2||Treasure Island||Robert Louis, the representative writer of “Neo romanticism” in the 19th century English literary world Stevenson’s famous novel “treasure island” is unique and full of magic and romance. The treasure island described by Stevenson is now Cuba’s Special Administrative Region: Youth island. He used to be called Treasure Island, also known as Pine Island. During the long four centuries of colonial rule in Spain, it was a paradise for the world-famous Pirates of the Caribbean to roar and gather. Those fugitives and pirates fled everywhere at sea, chasing Spanish ships transporting gold and silver treasures and commercial goods, and taking the looted gold and silver treasures and commercial goods to this uninhabited island, hiding them in a mysterious cave, and enjoying them slowly… Hence the name of treasure island.|
The island is full of dense tropical pine forests, hence the name Pine Island. In the forest, there are huge lizards, iguanas, hirsute rats, coral-backed pigeons, wild boars, and other animals in central and South America. The coast is irregular and there are many bays. The name of the bay is all connected with the name of the notorious pirate.
The beach in the south of the island is famous for its beautiful scenery. 235 paintings of ancient indigenous Indians are still preserved in the six famous caves in Cape Este; Haiti is a strange and beautiful coral geological structure, with caves everywhere. There are countless tubular sponges, colorful fish schools, Caribbean marine plants, and rich seafood.
This is an ideal place to dive and watch the underwater world. A variety of animal groups, mainly seagulls and turtles; There are pelicans, parrots, woodpeckers, mockingbirds, golden hummingbirds, and herons. The annual average
temperature here is 27 degrees Celsius, rising to 28 degrees in midsummer,
it rarely rains. There are many beautiful islands near Nanlong Island:
Lindamar Beach: there is a cave with a white rock structure like a clam,
which is 5 kilometers long. Mermaid Beach: it is the most attractive,
beautiful, and quiet beach. Everything is natural. It is located in the leeward of the northwest, without
big waves. It is a really good place to dream of. White beach: there are many rocks and billows around. It’s like being on a desert island here. Turtle Beach: turtles are
crawling on the 4km long beach. They choose the hot beach here to lay eggs.
This is one of the favorite places for tourists to have fun. Paradise Beach: this virgin land of nature is still maintained here. Tourists in remote corners often bathe in the sun
and swim in the sea naked.
Fukushima: a beautiful island, green sea water, fine as powder beach,
where lobsters and conch inhabit. Tourists can go to this island by canoe,
water is crystal clear and you can enjoy the beautiful underwater world.
you can dive there and watch all kinds of fish under the sea. Lizard Island: mechanism Nan advocates that recently, the iguana, a large lizard in
central and South
America, is the head of household on this island. For a long time, they
have been used to inhabiting here and accepting the food in the
hands of tourists. South Long Island Beach: This is the best place to engage in navigation
activities. Comfortable boats take you to various diving points.
The beautiful coral garden in the depths is the habitat of countless
colorful fish groups.
The coral barrier is 30 kilometers long, and less than 30 meters deep is the coral world, which is the first choice for tourists to watch.
|3||Pinar del Rio||Pinar del Rio is the westernmost province and tourist area in Cuba. |
People call it the natural Cathedral of Cuba. When you travel there, you will find how strange the forests, rocks, and rivers are. Pinar del Rio province covers an area of
10931 square kilometers. One of the most famous scenic spots is the continuous
mountains of the Guani Guani mountains.
Walking along the central highway to the provincial capital, we first
saw the lush and steep pirate mountain. At that time, there were 25000 hectares of
forests in the biosphere reserve named by UNESCO; 8000 species of plants, 34% of which are endemic to the region; Among all kinds of animals, birds are the
most, of which 50% are local endemic species. Soroa is located in the west of the pirates, where there is the largest orchid garden in Cuba. This orchid garden was originally
y the private garden of a big manor owner in Cuba. So far, 700 kinds of orchids have been planted in the orchid garden, including 250 kinds of local orchids in Cuba.
Villales National Park, covering an area of 132 square kilometers, is the most beautiful place in Cuba.
The most impressive mountains in the national natural monument valley are the round peaks and vertical steep cliffs, which are peculiar rock formations in the Jurassic period. There are marvelous caves on the blue cliffs, which make the tourists shy away
The most famous cave in Pinar del Rio province is the cave. According to
the investigation, so far, more than 10000 caves have been found. The
river flow through the cave is huge, and boats can travel in some areas, such as the Indian cave, St. Thomas’ cave, mahagua Canteras, and the small palm
cave, which the small palm cave is the longest cave in Cuba and is also
considered to be the longest cave in Latin America, with a length of 45 kilometers.
|4||Trinidad||Trinidad is Diego of Columbus Velasquez is the third town founded in Cuba in 1514. It has Baroque and neoclassical architectural art styles.|
In 1988, UNESCO declared ancient Trinidad a cultural heritage of mankind.
There are fascinating beaches and reefs near Trinidad, as well as waterfalls
flowing from high mountains. Nearly 12 kilometers away from Trinidad is the famous Ankang beach, which has a warm and quiet sea surface and milky soft spun yarn. You can enjoy all kinds of sea sports there.
The underwater world is a glittering and colorful crystal palace, where there are algae, crustaceans, and countless colorful fish.
Near Ankang peninsula is cassierda White Island and reef. Trinidad has the most perfect architectural complex in America and is also the most beautiful and elegant city in the tropics, which is corresponding to the surrounding mountains
and quiet valleys.
In the huge natural archaeological reserve sugar mill valley, you can see
the ruins of ancient manors, sugar mills, and warehouses.
Manaka Isnaga watchtower was built in 1816 and is 45 meters high.
There is a clock on it, which tells the beginning and end of labor on the plantation
by ringing the bell. The watchtower is well preserved and has become the most representative symbol of the valley town.
|5||Havana||Havana, the capital of Cuba, is located on the northwest coast of Cuba island. The word “Havana” comes from the local primitive aborigines. It is said that there was a chief named havanex in the ancient Indian nation Sibo.|
On November 16, 1519, Havana established a permanent city site,
where there is still a shrine built in 1828 as a permanent memorial to the founding of
the city. Due to its unique geographical location, Havana soon became an important
strategic stronghold of Spain, a transit point and necessary place for trade and shipping between the “old world” in Europe and the “new world” in America,
and gradually expanded into a large-scale port city.
Havana is divided into new and old parts. To the East is old Havana
and to the west is Vedado district. Old Havana has many places of interest. The building has its special style, so UNESCO declared it a world historical heritage in 1982.
|6||Santa Clara||Santa Clara is 300 kilometers away from Havana, the capital. With a |
century of cultural history and high-tech industry and cultural potential, it is a
good place for health tourism in Cuba.
El Gaia bathing beach is rich in minerals and has a medical effect, which can be used by healthy tourists to bathe.
The town of St. Clara was built here in 1689 by residents of coastal towns
to escape the attack of Caribbean Pirates.
The country path of the small fishing town of caibalien leads to uninhabited islands. The waterfall of hanabania mountain looks a little like it was chiseled
by a craftsman from a distance. In the downtown square, there are
two churches and
a statue of the virgin of the Holy Spirit, which is unique in the world and attracts the
attention of tourists.
Santa Clara is also called Che Guevara. The remains of Guevara, who
was captured and killed by Bolivian government forces in 1998, were
to Cuba and the remains of Guevara and his comrades in arms were buried under the base of the Guevara monument in Santa Clara. Today, it is the place where many
Cubans and non-Cubans come to visit and remember most frequently.
|7||Desanbalco National Park in Granma||Desanbalco National Park includes the cabulus marine terrace system, which is located 154 kilometers west of Santiago. The park includes 26180 hectares of land area and 6396 hectares of marine areas, as well as 9287 hectares of |
land surrounding areas. The park contains the strangest coastal
scenery in the world’s largest and best preserved marine terrace
system. These systems are located in the pseudodome structure of Maestra region, from 360 meters above the sea surface to 180 meters below the sea surface, forming a series of uplifted limestone marine
According to incomplete statistics, there are a total of 512 species of plants in these areas, of which 60% are endemic. The world heritage area is considered
to be one of the most important centers of flowering plants in Cuba; In addition, the site also includes 13 species of mammals, 110 species of birds, 44 species
of reptiles, and 7 species of amphibians, of which at least 23% of mammals, 22.7% of birds, 90.9% of reptiles and 85.7% of amphibians are endemic.
Desanbalco National Park has extraordinary archaeological value. It has the primitive settlement mode of Taina culture. In this area, local residents have great genetic and spiritual connections with this group. The elguat archaeological site includes a group of ceremonial caves and a well-preserved 19th-century lighthouse.
|8||Revolution square||Located in Havana, the capital of Cuba, the revolutionary square|
square and autonomous region with a population density of 13469.3 people / square kilometers. It was originally named citizen square and changed
into a revolutionary
square after the Cuban revolution in 1959.
With an area of 72000 square meters, the revolutionary square
area extends from the square to Malegaon to the seaside and is one of the largest squares in
the world. There is a Jos é Marty monument on the square,
109 meters high, which is one of the highest points in Havana. Behind the monument is the office of former
Cuban President Fidel Castro, opposite which is a portrait of
the famous Che Guevara (Spanish: Che Guevara), accompanied by a slogan indicating
“always march to victory” in the building of the Ministry of the interior. The National
Library and many government institutions are built around the square.
Revolutionary square is an important venue for many political
activities in Cuba, and it is also the place where Fidel Castro and other political figures often make speeches in Cuba; Fidel Castro has addressed more than 1 million Cubans on important occasions, usually on May 1 or July 26 every year.
|9||Santiago de Cuba||Santiago de Cuba referred to as “Santiago”, is located in the |
southeast of Cuba, 540 miles southeast of the capital Havana. It is the capital of Santiago
Province, the second largest city, and an important seaport in Cuba. The UNESCO World Heritage castle of San Pedro de la Roca is located in this city.
Santiago de Cuba is a good place to enjoy a variety of architectural
styles, from Baroque to neoclassicism, with beautiful shapes. In addition, lush
parks, colonial buildings, narrow streets, etc. are also historical witnesses. Fort de la Roca de San Pedro, which is listed as a world heritage site, was built according to the topography of the Cape. It took 42 years and was finally completed in 1700.
It is a composite building designed according to the principles of the Italian Renaissance,
including fortresses, arsenals, fortifications, and cannons. It is the most
complete and best preserved military building of Spanish-speaking Americans.
This city is famous for its rich and colorful cultural life. The most famous
musicians in Cuba were born in this city, including Campe signage, Eliades Ochoa, Ibrahim in flight, etc. they have made great contributions to Cuba’s representative music.
|10||Cienfuegos||Cienfuegos is a city on the southern coast of Cuba. It is the capital|
of Cienfuegos Province, 250 kilometers away from Havana. It is one of Cuba’s major
ports and a trade center for sugar, coffee, and tobacco. UNESCO listed the “ancient city of Cienfuegos” as a world cultural heritage in 2005.
The old city of Cienfuegos is considered to be the first and most
outstanding typical city in the colonial expansion of Latin America in
the early 19th century,
reflecting the new concepts of modernization, health, and order in urban planning. The streets here are rectangular in layout, with spacious roads. Its buildings include
palaces, schools, parishes, and residences, and there are many classical buildings.
The famous buildings include the city hall, Concepcion Cathedral, Palazzo Barre, etc.
Sienfugos botanical garden covers an area of 97 hectares. Founded in
1901, it is the oldest botanical garden in sienfugos province and the home of more than 2000 tropical exotic plants. Located in the south of the city, hagua castle was
built in 1740 under the order of the king of Spain to protect the harbor from pirates of the Caribbean.
|11||Finca Vigía||Lookout villa is Hemingway’s former residence in Havana, the capital of |
Cuba. It was built in 1886. Hemingway lived here from 1939 to 1960. In the beginning,
it was rented and finally bought. It is now open to the public as a museum.
It was at lookout villa that Hemingway’s immortal masterpieces “the
old man and the sea” and “for whom the bell tolls” came out, which made him famous later.
Designed by Spanish architects, the lookout villa is a big house with a swimming pool, tennis court, and several acres of mango trees. Hemingway has lived here for
more than 20 years, which is the most fruitful 20 years of his literary
the most colorful 20 years of his life, and the last 20 years of his life. Visitors
here can visit Hemingway’s living room, bedroom, dining room, kitchen,
two study rooms, and his children’s bedroom. There is a swimming pool with a dressing room in the park, and the yacht Hemingway used to go to the
sea is also well
Hemingway’s former residence, which was opened to the public in 2007, has been transformed into a museum with a large collection of books, manuscripts,
and other items of the famous American writer. At present, Hemingway’s former residence is no different from that when the writer left.
|12||Parque Cespedes||Cespedes square is also known as the weapons square. Its full name|
is Carlos Manuel de C é spedes square. It is one of the freest squares in
Cuba. In the center of the square stands a statue of Carlos Manuel de C é speeds, a “warrior general”
who fought for independence under Cuban Spanish colonial rule, and a
marble bust of perucho Figueredo, a famous Cuban patriot and revolutionary.
In 1868, when Pedro Figueredo participated in the Bayamo war, he
wrote the lyrics of the Cuban national anthem, the song of Bayamo, and composed music
for it; In 1870, he was executed by Spanish colonists, and the National
of Cuba was engraved on the base of his bust. Cespedes square has a beautiful environment, and there are many marble benches for tourists to rest.
Local citizens also
like to take a nap in the square in their spare time. Not far from the east of the square is the municipal hall. In 1868, Cespedes announced Cuba’s independence in
front of the municipal hall.
|13||Castle of the Royal Force (Castillo de la Real Fuerza)||Lafuelsa castle is located on the west side of the port of Havana, the |
capital of Cuba. It is built entirely of stone. It is the oldest stone castle in America. In 1982, the ancient city of Havana and its fortification sites were listed on the world cultural heritage list, of which Rafaela castle is one of the most important components.
Lafuelsa castle is a square castle with a moat outside, surrounded by a
wide and thick wall, and on the top tower is a bronze statue of an
Indian girl named “Havana”, which is said to be the origin of Havana City. The castle was originally
built to prevent pirates from invading, but in history, it was the location
archives, National Library, cultural relics protection, restoration
center, and other institutions. In 1977, on the occasion of the 400th anniversary of the completion of the castle, the Cuban government transformed it into a museum to
contemporary and foreign artworks; In 1990, the castle became the
National Ceramic Museum of Cuba; In 2010, Cuba’s first maritime museum was established
in the castle. Moreover, this castle is also a famous tourist attraction.
A large number of domestic and foreign tourists visit it every year
and recall the past years with the castle.
|14||Plaza Mayor, Trinidad, Cuba||Mayor square, located on Trinidad Island, Cuba, was listed on the world cultural heritage list in 1988. Most of the buildings near the central square were |
built from the 18th century to the 19th century. At that time, the sugar and slave trade was booming in this area. Many rich businessmen built these buildings
here. Now, most of these buildings have been transformed into museums.
Most of the houses in the colonial period were
covered with red terracotta tiles. Walking in this square, it seems that time has gone back to that period, and the traditional cafes and shops around the
square add a classical color to this nostalgic color. Mayor square is one
of the oldest central squares in Cuba. It is now a major tourist
attraction in Cuba, attracting thousands of tourists every year.