Estatua Che y Niño
Monumento a la Toma del Tren Blindado
History was made at the site of this small boxcar museum on December 29, 1958, when Ernesto 'Che' Guevara and a band of 18...
Iglesia de Nuestra Señora del Buen Viaje
East of center is this riotous mix of Gothic, Romanesque and neoclassical architecture.
Fábrica de Tabacos Constantino Pérez Carrodegua
Santa Clara's tobacco factory, one of Cuba's best, makes a quality range of Montecristos, Partagás and Romeo y Julieta cigars. Tours...
El Bar Club Boulevard
This much-talked-about cocktail lounge has live bands and dancing, plus the odd comedy show. It generally gets swinging about 11pm.
Panadería Doña Neli
This joyous bakery amid the austere shopfronts on Calle Maceo will have your stomach rumbling with its aromatic fruit cakes, bread and...
Estatua Che y Niño information
Far more intimate and intricate a monument than its big brother on the other side of town, this statue in front of the Officina de la Provincia (PCC) four blocks east of Tren Blindado shows El Che with a baby (symbolizing the next generation) on his shoulder.
Looking closer you'll see smaller sculptures incorporated into the revolutionary's uniform depicting junctures in his life, including likenesses of the 38 men killed with Guevara in Bolivia concealed within the belt buckle.