One block south of Parque Martí, the grand Teatro Principal more than compensates for the park's lack of illustrious edifices. Built in 1927 with help from local financier Ángela Hernández de Jiménez, it purportedly…
October to April, baseball games take place to the northwest of Ciego's center. The town's Tigres have experienced a dramatic turnaround in fortune of late and are currently Cuba's best team, bagging the Cuban Natio…
In the dice-roll of traditional musical entertainment, Ciego's trova (national poetic singing) house scores a magic six with polished Thursday-night regional trovadores in a pleasant colonial setting.
Dodge the slumbering receptionist, and all sorts of capers take place here, including a Wednesday danzón (ballroom dance) club and weekly folklórico (traditional Latin American dance).
Vibrant alfresco music house with popular Wednesday comedy night.
There's occasional concerts on the courtyard stage of this graceful colonial building, and a bar decked out in tribal art out back. Check the noticeboard at the door to find out what's on..
This natural cave is the only non-all-inclusive entertainment venue in Cayo Coco, although 95% of the audience will be 'all-inclusivers.' It features a slightly cheesy cabaret show.
Locals willingly hitch, walk or carpool to make the 6km trip from Morón to this cabaret, held in a cave on the southern shores of Laguna de la Leche.