In the former Casa de Gobierno (1853), the Museo Municipal houses a small historical collection that begins with a huge wall-mounted map...
Nuestra Señora de los Dolores
On the northwest side of Parque Central, this dinky, Mexican colonial-style church was built in 1926, after the original was destroyed...
Two blocks east of Parque Guerrillero Heroico, you'll see a huge black-and-white ferry set up as a tatty memorial next to the river....
Surprisingly colorful and happening cinema right on Parque Central.
Sells life-saving Pringles and biscuits.
Lonely Planet review
Just to remind you you're still in Cuba, there's a Coppelia. Head here to satisfy all ice-cream cravings.