Colonial Cienfuegos

Cienfuegos is a city on Cuba with a beautiful city center in French style. The bay was first discovered in 1494 by Christopher Columbus. In 1745 a fortification was built and in 1819 the Spanish rules brought French families to the area; their influence is still visible, for example in the triumphal arch.

It is located at the Parque José Martí, the most interesting place in the city. Attached to it you’ll also find the wonderful Teatro Tomás Terry. Cienfuegos is a nice place to stay, to discover restaurants and to do some shopping. Don’t miss a walk at the malecón de Cienfuegos!

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