Catedral de San Rosendo
Gym freaks might want to check out the Gimnasio Deportivo where, with some fumbling Spanish and a bit of deft sign language, you can...
Fábrica de Bebidas Casa Garay
Workers here use a secret recipe to distill sweet and dry versions of the city's signature liquor, Guayabita del Pinar guava brandy....
Museo Provincial de Historia
A museum collecting the history of the province from pre-Columbian times to the present, including Enrique Jorrín ephemera (Jorrín was...
Casa de la Música
After warming up at Café Pinar, many revelers cross the street for more live music here.
Panadería Doña Neli
Gives you each day your daily bread.
Catedral de San Rosendo information
Lonely Planet review
The city's understated cathedral is four blocks southeast of the cigar factory. It dates from 1883 and its pastel-yellow exterior seems to get a more regular paint job than the rest of the city's buildings. As with most Cuban churches, the interior is often closed. Slip inside for a peek during Sunday morning service.