Museo de Música Alejandro García Caturla
Iglesia de Nuestra Señora del Buen Viaje
On Parque Martí is the 18th-century Iglesia de Nuestra Señora del Buen Viaje , still awaiting a long-overdue restoration.
Galería del Arte Carlos Enríquez
Overlooking the main plaza, this small gallery is named for the gifted painter who hailed from the small Villa Clara town of Zulueta. It...
Parroquia de San Juan Bautista de Remedios
One of the island's finest ecclesiastical buildings, this church dates from the late 18th century, although a church was founded on this...
Dancers head here, a courtyard disco near Máximo Gómez (enter via park), with palms, pillars and Moorish tiles. During the day there's...
Portales a la Plaza
On the opposite side of the plaza to El Louvre, this restaurant is sequestered in a colonial courtyard, which lends atmosphere as you...
Lonely Planet review
Between the churches is a museum commemorating García Caturla, a Cuban composer and musician who lived here from 1920 until his murder in 1940. Caturla was a pioneer who integrated Afro-Cuban rhythms into classical music and also served as a lawyer and judge. Look for occasional impromptu concerts.