Casa Natal de Carlos Manuel de Céspedes
Directly next door to Céspedes' ex-home, the provincial museum completes Bayamo's historical trajectory with a yellowing city document...
One of Cuba's leafiest and friendliest squares, Bayamo's central meeting point is officially known as Plaza de la Revolución. Despite...
In 1868 Céspedes proclaimed Cuba's independence for the first time in front of the columned Ayuntamiento (City Hall).
Bar la Esquina
International cocktails are served in this tiny corner bar replete with plenty of local atmosphere.
Bayamo's finest hotel (the Royalton) also hosts one of its best restaurants; nothing legendary mind you, but with an excellent setting...
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Casa Natal de Carlos Manuel de Céspedes information
Birthplace of the 'father of the motherland,' this museum is where Céspedes was born (on April 18, 1819) and spent his first 12 years. Céspedes memorabilia inside is complemented by a collection of period furniture. It's notable architecturally as Bayamo's only remaining two-storey colonial house: one of the few buildings to survive the 1869 fire.