TORONTO — Cuba remains a popular destination for Canadians seeking a sun escape at an all-inclusive, however there is more to the destination with nine UNESCO World Heritage Sites – more than any other island in the Caribbean.
Much of Cuba’s rich heritage and culture has remained the same, with so many fascinating and historic places to explore, all designated – or destined to be – World Heritage sites.
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Here are four a few jewels clients can explore:
1. Santiago de Cuba
Santiago de Cuba, the second largest city in Cuba, was founded in 1515 by Spanish governor Diego Velazquez. Santiago De Cuba is justly famed for being the city with the greatest Caribbean ambiance in Cuba – not just because of its geographic location, lapped by the warm waters of the Caribbean Sea, but also because of its influence of varied cultures and architecture: Spanish, African, French, Haitian and Antillen. The city is a cultural hub as it contains a museum that displays the extensive art collection of the Bacardi family, and is home to some of Cuba’s most famous authors and musicians.