Graceful Charm and Elegant Architecture

With its sweeping bay, Cienfuegos, popular with French settlers, was established in 1819, late for Cuba.

Spacious Francophile streets offer an alternative to the small-scale chaos of other Cuban provincial capitals, and the tranquil town retains an unsullied, old-fashioned air, with horse-drawn carriages still the main transport.

Cienfuegos is made for wandering and absorbing everyday provincial life. The Paseo del Prado, the longest street in Cuba, is all about people-watching. Parque José Martí, the main square, is for catching up on wifi, admiring the beautiful Catedral de la Purísma Concepción and Teatro Tomas Terry.

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