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Laguna de Guanaroca, Cuba

One of the most popular attractions in Cienfuegos, Laguna de Guanaroca sits to the southeast of the city, off the Bahía de Cienfuegos. The lake has a wildlife sanctuary that’s home to a variety of flora and fauna, including a number...

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If you’ve ever dreamed about standing or swimming beneath the mist of a rushing waterfall, fulfill the fantasy during a visit to Cienfuegos, where the El Nicho Waterfalls—four cascades in all—permit just such an opportunity....

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Cienfuegos, Cuba

The Moorish-inspired architecture in Cienfuegos may be surprising, and the Palacio del Valle stands out as the city's prime example of this style that enjoyed a moment of popularity at the beginning of the 20th century. This palace, located on...

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Cienfuegos, Cuba

The central plaza is the beating heart of any Latin American city or town, and Cienfuegos is no exception. The Parque José Martí (also known as the Plaza de Armas) is, as is usually the case, surrounded by key government and...

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San Carlos, Cienfuegos, Cuba

Located on one side of Parque José Martí, Teatro Terry is a 19th-century theater with a company that continues to stage productions to this day. It also offers guides that lead tours of its gorgeous interior, the crown jewel of which...

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Getting to the Spanish fort of Castillo de Jagua is part of the adventure: You have to take a ferry across the Bahía de Cienfuegos with views of the city skyline en route. (The fort is older than the city of Cienfuegos, having been...

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Km 15, Circuito Sur, Pepito Tey, Cuba

Unlike Havana’s National Botanical Garden, which is well-maintained and divided into discrete sections, the botanical garden of Cienfuegos (located just beyond the city proper) is a bit more of an untamed affair, with native flora growing in...

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Avenida 54 esq. calle 25, Cienfuegos 55100, Cuba

The sumptuous architecture in Cienfuegos, of which lovely remnants are still visible, can be attributed to the deep pockets of the city’s sugar barons, including Don José Ferrer, who had this “palace” built in the early...

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The Clandestine Museum is one of Cienfuegos’s lesser-known attractions, which is why many visitors miss it. For those who have a special interest in Cuba’s revolutionary past, though, this museum should definitely be on the agenda....

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Calle 7, Cienfuegos, Cuba

One of two historic cemeteries in Cienfuegos, La Reina is the final resting place for many of the city’s former elite, in particular sugar barons and their families. Tombs and mausoleums are over-the-top in their design and decoration, even...