Teatro José María Heredia
Antonio Maceo statue
Anchoring the Plaza de la Revolución, this eye-catching statue depicts dedicated city hero (and native son) Antonio Maceo atop his...
Plaza de la Revolución
As with all Cuban cities, Santiago has its bombastic Revolution square. This one's placed strategically at the junction of two sweeping...
Antonio Maceo Museum
Conjunto Folklórico de Oriente
Santiago’s oldest folklórico group was formed in 1959; they are currently bivouacked at the Teatro Heredia. They perform a huge range of...
Ristorante Italiano la Fontana
Pizza deliciosa and lasagna formidable , ravioli and garlic bread; mamma mía, this has to be the number-one option for breaking away...
Teatro José María Heredia information
Santiago's huge, modern theater and convention center went up during the city refurbishment in the early 1990s. Rock and folk concerts often take place in the 2459-seat Sala Principal, while the 120-seat Café Cantante Niagara hosts more esoteric events. The Conjunto Folklórico de Oriente is based here.