Museo del Ron
While not as impressive as its Havana equivalent, this museum is also refreshingly devoid of the Havana Club sales bias. It offers an...
Casa Natal de José María de Heredia
A small museum illustrating the life of one of Cuba's greatest Romantic poets (1803–39) and the man after whom the street is named, José...
Casa de la Trova
First stop for art fiends seeking intellectual solace in talks, workshops, encounters and performances – in a gorgeous colonial courtyard.
Paladar las Gallegas
Around the corner from the cathedral, this place has been here for donkey's years in Santiago-paladar terms, bashing out unremarkable...
Santiago 1900 information
Lonely Planet review
In the former Bacardí residence you can dine on the standard chicken, fish or pork for Cuban pesos in a plush dining room that recently recovered its fin de siècle colonial airs. Beware the draconian dress code. No shorts or T-shirts.