Fidel Castro House
Museo de la Lucha Clandestina
This gorgeous yellow colonial-style building now houses a museum detailing the underground struggle against Batista in the 1950s. It's a...
Padre Pico steps
The picturesque Padre Pico steps are almost 100 years old and still hosting rousing games of dominoes; the steps lead to the Tivolí...
Maqueta de la Ciudad
Aping Havana's two impressive scale models of the city, Santiago has come up with its own incredibly detailed 'Maqueta.' Interesting...
Foco Cultural el Tivolí
Carnaval practice for the Sarabanda Mayombe happens weekly at this Tivolí foco (a show that takes place in Tivolí). Saturdays at 5pm it...
The main market, two blocks west of Parque Céspedes, has a poor selection considering the size of the city.
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Fidel Castro House information
Across the street from the Museo de la Lucha Clandestina is the house where Fidel Castro lived from 1931 to 1933 while a student in Santiago de Cuba. On the next corner is a series of carnival murals facing a small park.