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Was du in Santiago de Cuba unternehmen kannst

Entdecke die Stadt aus der Perspektive von Einheimischen. Entdecke die schönsten Dinge, die man unternehmen kann, sowie die besten Restaurants, und erhalte unbezahlbare Ratschläge von den Menschen, die hier leben.

Park
“éspedes Park is the main square of Santiago de Cuba, and, as such, bursts with life and joy from morning until evening, although activity gradually increases as it gets dark. ”
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Boutique
“Santiago's shrine to the power of traditional music is still going strong five decades on, continuing to attract big names such as Buena Vista Social Club singer Eliades Ochoa. Warming up on the ground floor in the late afternoon, the action slowly gravitates upstairs where, come 10pm, everything starts to get a shade more caliente.”
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Kirche
“Santiago's most important church is stunning both inside and out. There has been a cathedral on this site since the city's inception in the 1520s, though a series of pirate raids, earthquakes and dodgy architects put paid to at least three previous incarnations. The present cathedral, characterized by its two neoclassical towers, was completed in 1922; the remains of first colonial governor, Diego Velázquez, are still buried underneath.”
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Hotel
“Hotel Casa Granda - Rooftop Restaurant - the sun is beating down but you are in the shade, the band is doing its thing, you have your ice-cold cocktail in hand and you have the best view in town of the cathedral, Parque Cespedes and Santiago de Cuba as a whole. What more could you ask for?”
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Malerischer Ausblick
“Built in 1516 and one of the oldest houses in Latin America, the Casa de Diego Velázquez boasts sober lines enlivened by a superb loggia with lattice screens. Inside, the Museo de Ambiente Histórico Cubano exhibits a rich collection of furniture dating from the 17C to 19C, presented in chronological order so that visitors can follow the evolution of the Spanish style into something uniquely Cuban.”
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Establishment
“A Unesco World Heritage Site since 1997, the San Pedro fort sits impregnably atop a 60m-high promontory at the entrance to Santiago harbor, 10km southwest of the city. The stupendous views from the upper terrace take in the wild western ribbon of Santiago's coastline backed by the velvety Sierra Maestra.”
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Museum
“The Moncada Barracks was the second largest military garrison in Cuba, named after the General Guillermón Moncada, a hero of the Cuban War of Independence. The garrison was the site of an armed attack on July 26, 1953 by small group of revolutionaries led by Fidel Castro. Today the garrison is a primary school and there is also a museum.”
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Park
“weekends, dance and music entertainment for children and adults. WiFi Connection”
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Resort
“Just around the corner from Céspedes Park is this dimmed, enveloping nightclub with occasional live music. The place if you want to see Cuban jazz groups perform. ”
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Museum
“The history of rum production. The bar of the museum you can taste different types of rum.”
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Malerischer Ausblick
“No te querrás perder de las hermosas vistas hacia la ciudad de de Santiago desde el Balcón de Velázquez. Siendo Santiago un ciudad balcón con vista a la bahía, la terraza de este sitio se ha convertido en un mirador para contemplar el paisaje marino, el puerto, la Alameda Michelsen y las barriadas aledañas. Visita obligada en tu paseo por el casco histórico de la ciudad.”
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Restaurant
“smoke-filled, foot-stomping, front-room feel. Hidden in the gentile Tivolí district, some of Santiago de Cuba's most exciting ensembles, singers and soloists take turns improvising.There's a gritty bar and some colorful artwork.”
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Establishment
“This is a must do stopover to click some decent pictures of this glorious monument. Very interesting to see the spikes and what is represents from your tour guide. Amazing!”
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Route
“Enramadas est la rue piétonnière principale de Santiago qui démarre depuis le port et remonte jusqu'à Plaza de Marte. Cette rue est noire de monde dans la journée. On y cotoie les cubains y faisant leurs achats, les joueurs de dominos, les petits orchestres de son, parfois des spectacles de rues, des restaurants et bars. Cette rue montante est aussi agrémentée vers le port de galeries artisanales où vous pourrez acheter des souvenirs ou des objets sculptés. Une ballade à ne pas rater à Santiago (environ 45 mn de marche). ”
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Museum
“In this colonial building you will enjoy the recreation of the Carnival and learn about its trascendence as a folk manifestation. Get ready to plunge into the merriness of the tropical mascarade. ”
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Night Club
“This is a bit expensive for tourists but it is worth it if you want to see a real Cuban Tropicana show. The bar upstairs is also a fun place to dance with local Cubans. Be sure to dress appropriately!”
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