Iglesia Parroquial Mayor del Espíritu Santo
Overlooking Plaza Honorato is this verging-on-decrepit church. Originally constructed of wood in 1522 and rebuilt in stone in 1680, it's...
Calle Independencia Sur
The city's revived shopping street is traffic-free and lined with statues, sculptures and myriad curiosity shops. Check out the opulent...
Galería de Arte
The Galería de Arte , next to the agropecuario (vegetable market; enter via Independencia Sur), houses numerous works by local painter...
Casa de la Trova Miguel Companioni
Another of Cuba's famous trova (traditional poetic singing) houses, this kicking folk-music venue in a colonial building off Plaza...
Restaurante Hostal del Rijo
Quiet colonial ambience in the impressive central courtyard of the Rijp or on the lovely terrace. Service is equally good, and there is...
Plaza Honorato information
Lonely Planet review
Formerly known as Plaza de Jesús, this tiny square was where the Spanish authorities once conducted grisly public hangings. Later on, it hosted a produce market, and scruffy peso stalls still line the small connecting lane to the east. The north side of the square is now occupied by a boutique hotel, Hostal del Rijo.