Museo Arqueológico 'La Cueva del Paraíso'
Baracoa's most impressive museum is exhibited in a series of caves, Las Cuevas del Paraíso, that were once Taíno burial chambers. Among...
Centro de Veteranos
Displays photos of those who perished in the 1959 Revolution and in the barely talked-about conflict in Angola.
El Castillo de Seboruco
Baracoa's highest fort was begun by the Spanish in 1739 and finished by the Americans in 1900; it is now Hotel El Castillo. There's an...
The town's only cinema is in front of the cathedral. It looks disused but you'll probably find it's open.
Cafetería el Parque
The favored meeting place of just about everyone in town, you're bound to end up here at this open terrace at some point, tucking into...
El Ranchón information
Atop a long flight of stairs at the western end of Coroneles Galano, El Ranchón mixes an exhilarating hilltop setting with taped disco and salsa music and legions of resident jineteras (women who attach themselves to male foreigners). Maybe that's why it's so insanely popular. Watch your step on the way down – it's a scary 146-step drunken tumble.