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....
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...
Extremely loud music along with most of the town's teenagers and 20-somethings converge by the historic boat for alfresco dancing. Drink...
Sells life-saving Pringles and biscuits.
Calle 32 · interesting places nearby
Restaurante Río information
A dog-eared establishment by the river that gets varied reviews from locals. On a good day it serves fresh river and sea fish (one of the few places in Cuba where you can eat both), and you'll pay in moneda nacional . It has an outside terrace with a stereo blasting out the latest Cuban pop and an air-conditioned interior.