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While in Varadero do you want toÂ learn how the sugar cane is processed into the sugar you use back home? This inexpensive museum in Varadero is informative and offers a fun filled half day excursion that begins with a trip to the sugarcane plantation where you meet the cane machetiers who will happily take pictures with you and your family. You'll be able to try chewing some sweet sugar cane straight from the ground and visit an old processing plant [...]
Watch the captivating Dolphin show and spend 15 minutes in the water with dolphins! ThisÂ will be the highlight of your Varadero Vacation! Feel the rush touching dolphins or, if you have the courage, get pushed by your feet across the water. Another fun part of swimming with Dolphins in Varadero is the dorsal tow; the dolphins will take you through the water surface as you are holding on their dorsal fin. Varadero Dolphinarium has it all! Both adventure and fun!
The three valleys in Trinidad named San Luis, Santa Rosa and Meyer, collectively called the Valle de Los Ingenios, were a center for sugar production from the late 18th century until the late 19th century. Valle de los Ingenios, was also named Valley de los Ingenios or Valley of the Sugar Mills is a series of 3 valleys about 12 kilometers (7.5 miles) outside of Trinidad, Cuba. During the years of the sugar industry in Cuba there were up to [...]
Address: Calle Simon Bolivar # 457, Trinidad Located in the former Casa de Padron, the Museum of Archeology Guamuhaya was founded on May 15th 1976. It is conveniently situated at the very center of the historical core of the city. The building was erected at the end of the 18 th century and it displays a marked rococo style. Its main collections are based in objects that date back to the period going from the pre-Columbian epoch to the Spanish [...]
Address: Calle Simon Bolivar # 423, Trinidad This grandiose structure just off Plaza Mayor offersÂ a vast exhibit that allows the visitor to know the history of one of the first seven towns founded in Cuba by Diego Velazquez in the 16th century located in the mansion that belonged to the Borrell family from 1827 to 1830. Later the building passed to a German planter named Kanter, or Cantero. Today, the building where el Museo Municipal de Trinidad is situated is [...]